Multiplier Event in Muğla, Turkey

The DIGITASK4IC team will organize the first multiplier event in Muğla, Turkey. The two half-day event will be held in 28-29 October, 2021 at Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University. Although this is a closed event with more than 30 participants, we will record the session and share the recording on Youtube upon the completion of the event. Please see the schedule below and follow us for further updates.

12.30Shuttle from MSKU Guesthouse to MSKU AKM Conference Hall  
13.30MSKU AKM Hall B
Opening speeches for the event
MSKU Project Partner: Prof. Dr. Eda ÜSTÜNEL, MSKU
Rector Prof. Dr. Hüseyin ÇİÇEK (In the event of honoring)  
13.45-15.00MSKU AKM Hall B Project Briefing
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ufuk BALAMAN, Hacettepe University  
15.00-15.30Tea/ Coffee Break
15.30-17.00MSKU AKM Foyer
Workshop – Session 1
17.00-17.15Tea/ Coffee Break
17.15-18.15MSKU Foyer Area
Workshop – Session 2
18.15-18.30Shuttle from MSKU AKM Conference Hall to MSKU Dining Hall
18.30-20.15MSKU Dining Hall Project Gala Dinner
20.30Shuttle from MSKU  Dining Hall to MSKU Guesthouse

                                                      October 29th, 2021 Friday

08.30Shuttle from MSKU Guesthouse to MSKU AKM Conference Hall  
09.30-11.00MSKU Foyer Area
Workshop – Session 3
11.00-11.15Tea/ Coffee Break  
11.15-12.15MSKU Foyer Area
Workshop – Session 4
12.15-12.30Tea/ Coffee Break  
12.30-13.00MSKU AKM Hall B
Project Multiplier Event Evaluation and Closing Speech
13.15Shuttle from MSKU AKM Conference Hall to MSKU Guesthouse  

1st Transnational Meeting in MSKU

DIGITASK4IC consortium will be meeting face-to-face for the the first time. Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University and the project partner Prof. Dr. Eda Üstünel will host the meeting. We will finalize the design of the DIGITASK web app, plan the Virtual Exchange project, and discuss project activities in 25-28 October in Muğla.

(Online) Kick-off Meeting Completed

The DIGITASK4IC project team had a very succesful kick-off meeting in 9-12 June, 2021. We talked about the project activities, tasks, and milestones and went through the day-to-day workload ahead. We are planning to release the first version of the DIGITASK web app by the end of September! Follow us for further updates.