LLJ First Review Meeting

On 4 June the LLJ project held its first review meeting in Brussels. The
consortium gathered to give presentations of the work, achievements and future plans for the project. In the photo Dr Karen Steensen, the Project Manager, Dr Laurence Archibald the Project Technical Adviser representing the European Commission to assess the project, Professor Richard Hall the Project Director.

Post review photo of the LLJ team attending the first review meeting, the
conclusion of which was that the PTA Laurence Archibald expressed his
satisfaction with the progress of the project.

LLJ 3rd Partner Meeting in Brussels

On 3 June, the third Partner meeting was held at the Fondation Universitaire in Brussels. The main focus of the meeting was to review the achievements of the first 12 months of the project and prepare for the first review meeting to be held the next day. As shown in photo this provided a good chance for intensive discussion between partners and mutual support in preparing presentations.


2nd Partner Assembly in Hamburg

llj_consortiumOn 11 February 2014 the LifeLongJoints consortium met for the 2nd full assembly at the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg. The purpose of the meeting was to inform each other about progress in the various work packages, discuss technical issues and their solutions and to prepare the work to be done in the immediate future

1st Partner Assembly in Zürich

Prof. Richard Hall On 19 and 20 November 2013 the LifeLongJoints project held its first Partner Assembly near Zürich Airport. During the meeting the partners had fruitful discussions on the current status and future direction of the project. Of particular importance were the discussions about the regulatory requirements. The assembly has completed the Regulatory Plan as basis for the EU Regulatory Regulations governing the legal sale and distribution of medical devices.

In the course of the Assembly Prof. Richard Hall of Leeds University was elected Chairman of the Assembly (here seen talking with Prof. Anne Neville of Leeds University).