A two-day All-Hands Meeting held on September 28-29 brought 65 participants (of which 56 are pictured) from 9 institutions together at Washington University’s EPNEC Center. This highly successful meeting included numerous breakout sessions in which project plans and timelines were discussed and refined. The three plenary sessions included discussion of progress from the breakout sessions, plans for the forthcoming year, and a number of consortium-wide issues.
Stamatios Sotiropoulos, Jesper Andersson, Gian Luca Romani, Vittorio Pizzella, Stefania Della Penna, Robert Oostenveld, Christophe Lenglet, Steve Petersen, Tom Nichols, Karla Miller, Linda Larson-Prior, Deanna Barch
Not pictured: Erin Reid, Lucille Miller, Francesco de Pasquale, Edward Auerbach, Pascal Fries, Maurizio Corbetta, Alison Goate, Josh Shimony, Guillermo Sapiro
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