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Innovative and Sustainable Groundwater Management in the Mediterranean
Innovative and Sustainable Groundwater Management in the Mediterranean

The InTheMED Decision Support System source code is freely as an official toolbox in

The InTheMED project is thrilled to share some remarkable news and achievements, particularly from CERTE team and Work Package 5.

On March 21st, 2023, Boğaziçi University organized a final Living Lab in Konya, Turkey, within the scope of the InTheMED project.

The final conference of the InTheMED was organized during the EGU General Assembly 2023 at the Vienna International Centre (Austria) from April 23rd to April 28th, 2023.

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On January 26th, 2023, the InTheMED Project Team in Tunisia (CERTE) organized a training session for the textile industry - GDR (Gonser Denim Revolution)

The Water Research and Technologies Center, represented by Hatem Baccouche, InTheMED Project Manager in Tunisia, attended the second edition of the Innova

The Water Research and Technologies Center, represented by Hatem Baccouche, InTheMED Project Manager in Tunisia, attended the 4th Euro-Mediterranean Confe

As part of the promotion of the ninth European Research and Innovation framework program, Horizon Europe, Prof Hanene Akrout participated in an informatio

The 7th Europe Congress of the International Association for Hydro-environment Engineering and Research (IAHR) took place in Athens, Greece, from 7-9 of September 2022.

This year geoENV 2022 was organized by the Italian InTheMED Partner and took place from the 22nd to  the 24th of June at the University of Parma.

The InTheMED Midterm meeting was held in Valencia from the 22nd to the 24th of March.

On the 4th of March 2022, Universitat Politècnica de València organized a Living Lab in Valencia, Spain.

On the 17th of February 2022, Bogaziçi University organized a Living Lab in Konya, Turkey.

On December 11th, 2021, The InTheMED project was represented by the CERTE Team at the National Forum of Climate Change Adaptation Actors "FNAACC" – Tunisi

On December 10th, 2021, and on the occasion of the visit of TU-Berlin German team to the Wastewater & Environment Laboratory in the framework of Tweed

The synergy between IntheMED and Sustain-COAST projects resulted in two contributions at ISARM2021 2nd International Conference on "Transboundary Aquifers: Challenges and the Way Forward", to be he

PRIMA will be participating in Webinar 2: Driving Sustainable production and consumption through eco-labeling in the Mediterranean region organized by the Union for the Mediterranean and the I

You can visit the new PRIMA website here: PRIMA: Partnership for Research & Innovation in the Mediterranean area

In June and July 2021, UPV team together with the Spanish team of eGROUNDWATER project, held sev

The first InTheMED Annual Meeting, organised by IIAMA-UPV (Universitat Politècnica de València), was held online on the 17th September.

The Webinar "Groundwater: facing a common challenge, organised by Cetaqua Andalucía in collaboration with IIAMA-UPV (Universitat Politècnica de V

As part of the InTheMED project and research activities, a sampling and analysis campaign for the quality of well water in the Grombalia region was carried out by the CERTE team o

February 24th, 2021, CERTE team organized a first meeting with the Public stakeholders CRDA, Nabeul and Agency of environment pro

UFZ Newsletter on “Environmental Perspectives” advertised the participation of UFZ (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research) in the InTheMED project.

‘90 Seconds of Science’ is a Portuguese project of the Institute of Chemical and Biological Technology António Xavier (ITQB NOVA), Faculty of Social and Human Sciences (FCSH NOVA

‘GREEN NIGHT’ is an experience of Tunisia in the European Researchers’ Night after being associated to H2020.

The Portuguese research centre CERENA (Centre for Natural Resources and Environment) belongs to the consortium of InTheMED project.

Universitat Politècnica de Valencia (UPV) leads international project InTheMED (Innovative and Sustainable Groundwater Management in the Mediterranean) which overall objective encompasses the…

The InTheMED consortium, coordinated by Prof. Jaime Gómez-Hernández from IIAMA UPV, counts with the expertise of researchers from different research centers and universities from Spain, Germany,…

InTheMED project will develop a decision support tool that is easy to use and available to communities on a web platform, by collecting, verifying and analysing the historical information available…