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WP1 Project Management
CALYPSO South project meeting
CALYPSO South project meeting


CALYPSO South brings together 7 partners from Malta and Sicily. These are:

  • The Physical Oceanography Research Group within the University of Malta which is coordinating the project as lead partner;
  • Polo Territoriale Universitario della Provincia di Trapani within Università degli Studi di Palermo as the Sicilian focal point;
  • The Port and Yachting Directorate within Transport Malta;
  • CUTGANA within the Università di Catania;
  • Unità Operativa Complessa ST3 within Agenzia Regionale per la Protezione dell’Ambiente della Sicilia
  • Istituto per lo studio degli impatti Antropici e Sostenibilità in ambiente marino del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
  • Civil Protection Department of Malta
Six meetings are planned during the implementation of the project. These will serve primarily as a forum of discussion between the partners to ensure successful implementation of the project. Other meetings include three half-day seminars open to the general public and five stake holder’s meetings to promote the cross-border exchange between responsible entities for civil protection, surveillance and security especially in connection with response to hazards from oil spills in the region, and to search and rescue operations.

Meetings held:

18/04/2018Marine Intelligence - the value of data for sea-based applications
19/04/2018Kickoff meeting
04/10/2018First progress meeting
17/04/2019Second progress meeting
11/12/2019Marine litter, micro-plastic and sea pollution