On 14 and 15 of January 2016, the PICH project partners met in Delft, to discuss the progress made on the first case studies and the plans for future action.
This was the workshop after the kick-off meeting in October. We’ve been meeting and discussing the progress on Skype but it’s always better to meet in person. So here we were. Some familiar faces, and some new team members, a lot of coffee, tea, chocolate, and energy. Off to a good start.
Group photo JPI PICH project January 15 2016. Team members, from left to right: Loes Veldpaus, Mette Bye, Azadeh Arjomand Kermani, Vincent Nadin, Arthur Parkinson, Wout van der Toorn Vrijthoff, Enrico Fontanari, Dag Kittang, Dennis Rodwell, John Pendlebury, Kerstin Höger, and Judith Borsboom
The first pilot studies for focus groups are being undertaken at the moment in Trondheim by NTNU. TUD and NU have been working hard on developing and testing the methodology for the policy analysis and fieldwork. The preliminary results will now integrated into the existing research framework.
Next meeting will be in Trondheim, just before summer. The first case studies should be ready by then, and preliminary results on the table. We are looking forward to presenting them to you!