you are here: Home The Project Project meetings Third plenary meeting

06 -October -2022
SISOBserver Journal
Our blog
Our Twitter
Our Facebook page
Our Mendeley account
Our Flickr page
Our Youtube profile
Our Meneame profile
Our LinkedIn group
Third plenary meeting PDF Print E-mail

Date:· 17th-18th November 2011

Host: CICE - Sevilla

Letter of invitation SGUIT.
Letter of invitation Francisco Solís.



  • Present the advances and partial results of the project.
  • Present a first prototype of the SISOB program with some single case studies.
  • Show how to do the  finnancial reporting (preparing an iternal reporting for month M12 of the project).
  • Organize the future work todwards the review in June 2012.



2011 November, 

9:30 Welcome.


State of the project and dissemination plan

Please login to download

11:00 Coffee 


SISOB prototype:

Please login to download

13:30 Lunch

15:00 State of the case studies and demos with the prototype

15:00-15:30 mobility Please login to download
15:30-16:30 knowledge sharing Please login to download
16:00-16:30 peer review Please login to download
16:30-17:00 discussion

20:00 Dinner
2011 November, 18th

9:00 Workpackages: 
WP4 and WP5

9:00-9:30 WP3
9:30-10:00 WP4
10:00-10:30 WP5

10:30 Coffee 

11:00 Finnancial report

12:00 Future work and general plan for the review

13:30 Lunch


Visit to Reales Alcázares

The Alcazar Palace (los Reales Alcazares) is definitly one of the most impressive monuments of Seville. The Alcazar is a fortified palace of which the construction was ordered by Abd Al Ramn III in the year 913.
Because of it's beauty it was chosen as residence by many monarchs in the centuries that followed. It now is the residence of His Royal Majesty Juan Carlos when he visits Seville.
Pedro I, "the cruel" (1350 to 1369), made significant additions to the palace which is one of the most important examples of Mudejar architecture in Seville. The numerous rooms, patios and halls vary in architectural styles from the Islamic to Neoclassical. The beautiful gardens and fountains are especially worth visiting.
For further information, please visit:



The meeting will be held at the headquarters of the SGUIT, in the Regional Ministry of Economy, Science and Innovation.  You can access SGUIT by public transport or on foot (it takes 15 minutes from the hotel).

Complete address: Avenida Albert Einstein, 4. Parque Científico Tecnológico Cartuja 93. CP 41092 -Sevilla Tel.: +34 954 995 002

Transport in Seville. Instructions.


**In case you find it easier to fly to Málaga instead of flying directly to Seville, the transport from Málaga to Seville can be aranged, please contact us if you are considering this option.




We have booked 15 rooms at ABBA Triana Hotel, close to Isla de La Cartuja where the meeting will take place. Below you will find information about the hotel (email, telephone number, prices, etc). To book a room, you should indicate that you will attend SISOB meeting. The rooms will be available from 14th to 20th November, in case you decide to come earlier or stay in Seville during the weekend following the meeting.


Hotel Abba Triana:
Contact person: Mrs. Pilar Marín
Email: p.marin @
Tel +34 647329698

Prices: room + breakfast / night
Double room: 93 €
Double single use: 89 €