Pluggy plenary meeting took place on 9-10 April 2019 in Malaga, Spain. Not only interesting presentations about each WP separately but also presentations of the updated Pluggy platform and parallel workshops in which the partners explained to externals, invited to experience Pluggy, how to actually use all the PLUGGY apps! Moreover, in the afternoon the partners divided in groups, competed during the Malaga Challenge in which they had to find the artworks of the artist Invader which were hidden in Malaga streets. Read More
On October 23th – 24th, the PLUGGY consortium met at the Eternal City for the 3rd Plenary Meeting of the project.
The meeting was organized by Vianet, PLUGGY’s dedicated partner in the field of interaction design, at the meeting facilities of the Hotel delle Nazioni in Rome downtown. Read More
On June 27th & 28th, the European Capital of Culture for 2013, the city of Kosice in Slovakia, hosted the PLUGGY consortium for the 2nd Plenary Meeting of the project.
During the meeting, the Work Package (WP) leaders presented a summary of the activities and achieved results carried out within the time period between March and June 2017.
On March 22nd and 23rd, members from all partner institutions and companies gathered at the premises of the University of Malaga to present the work performed during the first 4 months of the project and plan the work ahead.
PLUGGY’s 1st Plenary meeting’s first day was mainly devoted to Work Packages’ updates while creative workshops took place among the partners, who, through interactive gaming and teamwork, defined PLUGGY’s general “look and feel” and the apps’ design and infrastructure. Read More
The PLUGGY consortium met on December 12th & 13th for the project’s kickoff, marking the start of the most expected Social Networking platform for cultural heritage.
During the project’s kick off meeting, held in Athens and hosted by the project coordinator, the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems, partners defined the future research activities and developments. Read More