5th Project Meeting - Lausanne, Switzerland, 29-30 October 2013 The last meeting of GRIN-CH took place in Lausanne, one day after the GRIN-CH final event. Partners had the opportunity to comment on the final event. They also discussed about the final steps leading to the completion of the project and had a fruitful conversation over exploitation of the project results.
4th Project Meeting - Rome, Italy, 2-3 May 2013 Within the 4rthproject meeting, the progress on the developement of the Training Guidelines was presented. Furthermore, discussions were held about the launch of the evaluation of the first drafts of the Role Profiles and the Training Guidelines.
3rd Project Meeting - Nyköping, Sweden, 29-30 October 2012 During the 3rd project meeting the first draft of one of the key results of GRIN-CH - Role Profiles - was presented. The structure of the Role Profiles follow the one of the European e-Competence Framework (e-CF). In addition, the approach to the development of the second key result of GRIN-CH - Training Guidelines - was presented.
2nd Project Meeting - Rome, Italy, 23 April 2012 Rome was the meeting point for the 2nd meeting of GRIN-CH. Partners discussed, among other issues, about the results of Work Package 1, which deals with the conduction of research around the knowledge, skills and competencies needed for Green IT jobs from the industry/ job market perspective. After long discussions the project partners decided upon the following 5 Role Profiles to be further investigated within the course of Work Package 2 of the project:
Sustainable ICT software engineer
Sustainable ICT infrastructure and operations expert
Sustainable ICT auditor
Sustainable ICT consultant
Sustainable ICT ambassador
Kick off Meeting - Vevey, Switzerland, 18 November 2011
The project partners met in Vevey, Switzerland to launch GRIN-CH. The objective behind the launch of this project is to generate Role Profiles that will contribute to the creation of new job opportunities in the field of Green IT. Overall goal of Green IT is to reduce the use of hazardous materials, maximize energy efficiency during the product’s lifetime, promote recyclability or biodegradability of defunct products and factory waste.