Horizon 2020 project with TU Wien participation

The CO-VERSATILE project is launched by 21 partners from across Europe to boost manufacturing responsiveness to counteract the shortage of vital medical equipment and protect caregivers and citizens.

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CO-VERSATILE is an answer to a COVID-19 urgent action initiated by the EU launched by 21 project partners from European countries. Europe’s manufacturing sector is to play a pivotal role in adequate and rapid response to health crisis and deliver quick results for society.

As partner in the project, TU Wien leads WP6 - Data Management, GDPR, IPR and Ethics. The project team at TU Wien team will make sure that a state-of-the-art handling and management of research data will be implemented. This activity is also in accordance with the TU Wien Policy for Research Data Management, opens an external URL in a new window, which recognizes the long-term value of research data for research, academia and industry as well as the potential for broad public re-use. The proper handling of legal and ethical aspects will be a main contribution to the CO-VERSATILE project. For example, a definition will be created of how project results can be replicated and exploited through commercial or industrial exploitation, how they will be protected and how shared property will be managed.

CO-VERSATILE in a nutshell

  • Project Longtitle: Adaptive and resilient production and supply chain methods and solutions for urgent need of vital medical supplies and equipment
  • Funded within the EU’s ‘Advanced knowledge for the clinical and public health response to 2019-nCoV epidemic’ programme
  • Project start: November 2020
  • Project Duration: 24 months
  • Consortium: 21 partners from across Europe and Israel
  • Coordination: SZTAKI, Budapest
  • Project website http://co-versatile.eu

CO-VERSATILE project team at TU Wien

Contact: juliana.giroletti@tuwien.ac.at