The weather and water was very welcoming in first days. Heavier tasks in lecture halls brought together lots of friends!
The participants were the project coordinator Alain Tissier and Tom Schreiber from Leibnitz Institute of Plant Biochemistry and Philip Wigge from Sainsbury Laboratory at Cambridge University. Project progress in computational and experimental parts is assessed.
CHARME will increase the awareness for the need of standards, enabling the reuse of research data and its interoperability within the scientific community. CHARME will provide a common ground for researchers from academia, research institutes, SMEs and multinational organizations.
Leaders of the project and workgroups were elected. Plans for the first year of activities were drafted. Agris Pentjuss and Egils Stalidzans both are Latvian representatives in Managing Comitee.