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Activities

Upcoming Events

11 - 14 December, 2021 -Early Stage Researcher Retreat

The RecaP ESRs are all invited to Denmark, where we will explore GPC I - Transdisciplinarity together, officially launch ESR engagement in our working subgroups, and visit the Krüger office in Copenhagen for Company Day I in the RecaP Project.

6 January, 2022 - Project Management Workshop III - Milestone Planning

This workshop will take place virtually over Zoom. Homework to be announced in the previous workshop.

8 February, 2022 - Project Management Workshop IV -Risk Analysis

This workshop will take place virtually over Zoom. Homework to be announced in the previous workshop.

14 March, 2022 - Project Management Workshop V -Time Estimation

This workshop will take place virtually over Zoom. Homework to be announced in the previous workshop.

25 April, 2022 - Project Management Workshop VI -Steering Committee Presentations

This workshop will take place virtually over Zoom. Homework is to prepare for the upcoming Steering Committee presentations at the WETSUS campus in may 2022.

 

Previous Events

 

7 December , 2021 - Project Management Workshop II - Stakeholder Analysis

This workshop helped ESRs identify relevant stakeholders and consider their position in a power/influence v. involvement chart. Homework was to complete readings from setting goals and success criteria to ensure project timeline and follow through on deliverables.

30 November, 2021 - Project Management Workshop I - Goal Charts and Hierarchy

This workshop provided tools for all ESRs to map their project goals into deliverables, success criteria, and overall aim. There was no homework for this workshop; students are expected to complete and share their map at the next workshop.

8-12 November, 2021 - Early Stage Research Welcome & Kick-off Meetings

This series of meetings took place over Microsoft Teams, as COVID restrictions prevented large group gatherings. ESRs were introduced to the core tenets of the RecaP project, expectations, MSCA actions and rights, upcoming trainings, and an opportunity to meet project partners across 10 different countries and 23 different institutions.

 

9 September, 2021 - RecaP joins the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP)

From ESPP Newsletter 58

The RecaP project, an H2020 MSCA-ITN led by University of Southern Denmark (SDU), will train 15 PhD students with support from 23 industrial and research organizations in 10 countries. RecaP stands for “Capture, recycling and societal management of phosphorus in the environment” and aims to contribute to sustainable phosphorus changes across the globe. Our international collaboration addresses the world's changing Phosphorus needs by creating a new generation of Phosphorus specialists to become ‘knowledge brokers’ across disciplinary silos with their interdisciplinary skills, experience and networks, ensuring transformative changes in P sustainability in the EU. RecaP will not just explore the technical aspects of the global P challenge, but also where such solutions can be implemented in a way that is socially, economically, and environmentally acceptable. The 15 PhD projects fall into one of five themes: the capture and recycling of P from wastewater and freshwater systems, novel P recovery techniques, strategies to improve crop utilization of P, novel freshwater restoration techniques, and barriers and enablers to policy and economic transformation to support recycling. All activities are connected to one another in order to create novel insights that can help create new P governance.

By becoming a member of the ESPP, RecaP joins the strong collaboration of partners contributing to a long-term vision for phosphorus sustainability in Europe and the world.

Read more from the ESPP, here.

2 June, 2021 - 4th Phosphorus in Europe Research Meeting (PERM);

European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform

13 April, 2021 - Project Kick-off Meeting

The RecaP Project members all met for the first time to share insight and plans for the upcoming year, including the recruitment process for 15 PhD positions. More about the positions can be found here

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Last Updated 09.12.2021