Our technical activities will be demonstrating the benefits and feasibility of various technology lines in cNES including the tools to monitor them. Our dissemination efforts will ensure that these approaches are more widely recognised, understood, and positively perceived.
Our dissemination and communication activities support the exploitation ambitions of the partners and have been designed to engage, inform, and interact. Insights gained during the market analysis and business model generation will help to shape the dissemination strategy. Based on these findings we will actively address what was identified as barriers or risks to exploitation.
AquaNES is dedicated to host workshops about the demonstrated innovations during relevant conferences and events. At least three specialised conferences/workshops on bank filtration, MAR and constructed wetlands will be organised at international level.
Our activities will be announced through the news section.
AquaNES will provide training on the tools that it develops. Especially the AquaNES DSS will require regular interaction with consortium partners, local coordinators, and end-users.
Dates and scope of such training events will be announced here.
AquaNES will actively seek the exchange with peers in science, industry and the water sector. Our contribuitons to conferences and presence at exhibitions will support the eventual market up-take of our innovations.
AquaNES aims for peer-reviewed publications of its activities to assure our innovations are recognised by the scientific community.
The list of our scientific publications and dissemination on conferences will be updated on a regular basis.
AquaNES will translate its demonstration work into a number of deliverables. We will share our experiences from large-scale testing in dedicated reports and tools.
However, the most complex output will be the AquaNES DSS - a tool to aid in the structured decision making towards the implementation of combined natural and engineered treatment systems (cNES).
The AquaNES Project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 689450
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