This meeting marked the start of the VIVALDI 4 years EU project, which will bring together 21 institutions from Europe and beyond, on the issue of mollusc diseases.
On the occasion of the IRTA's technical days, the VIVALDI project was presented to the producers and other local stakeholders.
The 2017 General Assembly of the VIVALDI project took place from 10 to 12 May 2017, in L'Ampolla in Catalunya, at the kind invitation of IRTA.
This Information Day on VIVALDI offered local stakeholders (scientists, producers, competent authorities...) the opportunity to hear about the project and the activities planned by the Irish partners.
The VIVALDI Ifremer Days took place on 6 & 7 December on the IFREMER Bouin platform. About 40 persons involved in the VIVALDI project participated and exchanged on the ongoing work and the first results of the project.
On 29 August 2018, in the framework of Aqua 2018 in Montpellier (F), the VIVALDI consortium organised an open workshop entitled “Acting together to better prevent and mitigate farmed bivalve diseases”. All the presentations are available here!
The VIVALDI consortium met in Trieste on 11, 12 & 13 June 2019.
This workshop, taking place in the framework of the EAFP Annual congress, aimed at crossing experiences from research conducted in Europe by VIVALDI project partners with research conducted by other experts in Europe and beyond.
Taking advantage of the 44th Shellfish farming fair in La Tremblade, France, VIVALDI’s coordinator, IFREMER, organised its first VIVALDI communication event.
Brest, 5 December, 13:30-17:30
On the occasion of workshops organised by CSIC on 25-26 November 2016, during the Week of Science, the objectives of VIVALDI were presented to the wider public.
Bivalve diseases were at the heart of the discussion in this workshop organised by the VIVALDI project, focusing on pathogen diversity and emergence.
The 2018 General Assembly of the VIVALDI project will take place from 6 to 8 March 2018, in Weymouth (UK), at the kind invitation of CEFAS.
Several VIVALDI works have been presented at the National Fisheries Association meeting in Seattle, by colleagues from the University of Cork (IE) and Ifremer (F).
The VIVALDI project will hold its Final Conference from 26 to 28 November 2019 in Brest (F). A provisionnal programme is now available!