The key tasks are:

  • T7.1 End userworkshops: To engage wider groups, industrial interactions will be arranged (with the facilitationof UKWIR in the UK and CPCB in India) and 2 workshops (London and Chennai) organized toidentify the ECs requiring in-depth investigations and the additional features for the DSSdevelopment. Using the gamification techniques in conjunction with the developed DSS, the endusers will be encouraged to generate and identify sustainable management strategies for theirdefined constraints and contexts at a 3rd workshop in India before the end of 2nd year;
  • T7.2Theproject website will be developed and maintained and press releases issued simultaneously inIndia and UK;
  • T7.3Pilot demonstrations based on WP4-5 are planned to engage end users andresearch communities in India;
  • T7.4Pilot demonstrations based on WP4-5 are planned to engage end users andresearch communities in India;
  • T7.5Peer reviewed International and national conference will beused to disseminate our research;
  • T7.6A parallel project conference will be organized in India(Delhi) and UK at the same time with selected technical and discussion sessions relayed live bothways.
  • T7.7Research commercialisationof the novel treatments will be explored with theproject partners and beyond through UoE and IIT-Madras specialist support teams and UoEImpact Manager.