The EU-funded H2020 project PrimoGAIA held its second Steering Committee meeting on the 13th and 14th of September 2021, in Bordeaux, France, hosted by the lead partner CNRS.
Florence Noble, Scientific deputy director of the CNRS-INSB and Philippe Moretto, vice-president for Research, from the Université de Bordeaux, have also participated in this meeting, they congratulated all partners for their ambitious project aiming at developing the MRI of the future.
During this meeting the members of the Consortium had the opportunity to discuss about the technical developments of the project, exchange on the ongoing tasks and prepare the next project activities. It was also the opportunity for them to visit the CRMSB laboratory and the PrimoGAIA experiments, including a live experiment with the first kernel that has been set up in Bordeaux.
So far, the technical work packages have been progressing well even if there are impacts due to the COVID crises. The main focus of this Steering Committee meeting was to align and discuss on a detailed technical level the next steps for achieving the upcoming deliverables and milestones.