It has been an intense three years, but they have gone fast!
The project eTOMATO comes to an end, and it is time to look back at the achievements and think forward in the future. How can we exploit and keep the legacy for the results of these years?
We invite you to explore the “Results” section on our website to keep making use of the tools developed during the course. If you are a project University, you will keep on offering our MA Course, and if you are interested in adding such offer in your curriculum, do not hesitate to reach us!
The success and legacy of the project has also been covered during the Final Conference, held on Thursday 28th October 2021. The event was held on Zoom and saw 117 participants, with the following agenda:
15:30 – 15:45 – Welcome and Introduction to the eTOMATO Project
15:45 – 16:20 – Multifunctionality and Circular Economy
16:20 – 16:30 – Comments and Questions
16:30 – 17:05 – Multifunctional Agriculture and Rural Development
17:05 – 17:15 – Comments and Questions
17:15 – 17:30 – Break
17:30 – 17:55 – Presentation of eTOMATO MA Tools
17:55 – 18:20 – Presentation of eTOMATO Course
18:20 – 18:45 – Presentation of eTOMATO work-based experience
18:45 – 19:00 – Comments and questions
19:00 – Closing
We received the visit from many notable Guests Speakers, such as Prof. Nina Drejerska, Deputy Director for Research at the Institute of Economics and Finance at Warsaw University of Life Sciences (Poland); and Prof. Gianluca Brunori, Professor of Food Policy at the University of Pisa (Italy).
We hope to keep seeing you working in the field of Multifunctional Agriculture and that such area of interest will receive further merits, research and the deserved attention.
The eTOMATO team