News

  • Annual meeting on November 30th and December 1st-2nd 2021: it will take place “face to face” and “online” in Agripolis (map). The three main objectives of the meeting are: 1) to verify the implementation of the project, 2) to agree on the training activity of the ESRs, 3) to know the ESRs and introduce the supervisors.
  • Webinars on December 1st, 2021: within the annual meeting we organized three webinars as a part of our training activities. A vision on the networking in EU forest and wood industry, the importance on how disseminate and comunicate the research results and a vision on sustainable forest operations are the three topics. Here you find the leaflet of the webinars
  • Training activities 2022: a first draft of the planning activities has been defined according to the Skill-For.Action proposal s4a_training_first_year_drafted
  • Training activities (WEBINAR) on Jannuary 14th 2022 at 9.00: Webinar on Forest Dynamics – from understanding to utilisation. The main topics will be “Principles of forest dynamics and its utilisation in forest management” (Pretzsch and Uhl, TUM) and “Dynamics of strictly protected forests using Białowieża Strict Reserve (NE Poland) as an example” (Bogdan Brzeziecki and Kamil Bielak, SGGW) and “Effect of ungulates on forest dynamics using Polanow Forest District (NW Poland)” (Tomasz Kurek, PFD). You can access to the zoom link to the moodle platform
  • The ETN Skill-For.Action media channel is activated, here you find the webinar playlist – link
  • Applied workshop on LiDAR tecnologies and Carbon cycle will held in Spain in the week from March 7th to March 11th

Who we are

A group of 10 academic partners and 12 non-academic partners working together for a contamination of “ideas” between the domains of forest growth and forest operating efficiency

Contacts

Project coordinator: TESAF Department, Università degli Studi di Padova ITALY

E-mail: skillforaction.tesaf@unipd.it

EU – Horizon 2020

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie

Grant Agreement 936355