On December 2nd, 2019, the working teams of the Erasmus+ Minerva project met to discuss the progress of the activities within the project.
During the meeting, the results of the study visits made during October-November 2019 in Liege, Belgium and Valencia, Spain, were discussed: the progress in the development of work packages, in particular about obtaining the HRS4R tag, improving the open science of UTM, improving the UTM repository. As a result of the meeting, it was decided that the team leader will coordinate the activities in order to evaluate the current state of human resources, the open science, the structure of the repository, which will be carried out by the end of the year. It was also decided that the technical support service should speak on the equipment to be purchased and submit its objections and proposals for adjustment, in order to meet the project objectives.
We mention that the Minerva project aims to strengthen the management of research in the higher education institutions of Moldova and Armenia, as well as the skills in the open science field.
The Minerva project is implemented with EU support through the Erasmus+ program.