Agenda - prepare your presentations
This post is long. Stay with me.
A must read for WP leaders and partners, @markomanka and @Alberto (and @Noemi since Alberto won’t be with us on March 9 and will arive late on March 10) and @Costantino and @Lakomaa and @Rossana_Torri and @LuceChiodelliUB
I already sent Loretta a rough agenda, mainly focusing on how much time is devoted to talks, discussion, etc.
- 10:00 - 12:30 —a session focusing on opencare « in the field » developing on the work done, methodology used, with stakeholders and communities (including an overall intro providing context and listing goals)
- 12:30 - 13:00 light lunch (on site)
- 13:00 - 14:00 a session focusing on the ICT side of opencare, where collective intelligence and network science meet (including a conclusion listing project impact)
- 14:00 - 14:30 opencare management
- 14:30 - 15:00 discussion
- 15:00 - 15:30 reviewers private caucus
- 15:30 - 16:00 feedback from reviewers
Roughly speaking, each partner gets a 30 minutes slot (20 min presentation + 10 min questions). Powerpoint style presentations are expected, you may even prepare a demo, show a short video exceprt (if you need sound, we may need to bring a set of speakers).
As previously agreed (above in this same thread),
- Your presentation may tell a story showcasing your work (points 1 and 6 above). Your story will most probably include elements on point 2. You should underline how your work and the way you carried it connects with point 5.
- Your story should provide indication about how you are using the EC money you were given (point 3). You may address this plainly at the end of the scientific part of your presentation.
- Your presentation should mention how your results achieve impact (cf report part A).
- Your presentation need not duplicate the report.
Alberto and I will prepare an introduction to help reviewers adopt the right perspective on our project (20 - 30 minutes). I personally am unsure about how much they are into the CAPSSI spirit (remember one is software-engineering oriented, the other is into neurosciences and bio-informatics). After the intro is over, we may assume they got the big picture, context and goals on which presenters can build.
I suggest then that partners present in the following order, partly for logical reasons, partly because of timing constraints:
B. PARTNER PREZ
- City of Milano (20 + 10 minutes)
- WeMake (20 + 10 minutes)
- SCIMPULSE (20 + 10 minutes)
- EHFF (20 + 10 minutes)
– Lunch break –
- UBx and ER will team up to give a two speaker presentation, reporting on ER's work itself, then explaining how network science is mobilized, providing information on ICT work by UBx; then presenting a use case to highlight how this technology is used and how it is useful. (40 + 20 minutes)
Other partners may also prepare a joint presentation. I personally thought City of Milano maybe want to team with WeMake.
- Project management (UBx, Luce and I, maybe go over the Open Call episode?)
- Project impact, goals acheived, future work (Alberto -- other want to stand up or bring items to the board? just say so)