01 Dec WATER-MINING prioritises the privacy of information and adopts the QUODARI social network for internal communication
The WATER-MINING Consortium – led by TU Delft professor Patricia Osseweijer – has collaborated with QUODARI since October 2021 for the project’s internal communication, and will use the platform to link the project’s 38 partner organisations in the 12 participating countries.
QUODARI – founded in the Netherlands – is the first European social platform in which the privacy of
information stored is the main focus. The WATER-MINING Consortium intends for this tool to allow the
free exchange of knowledge and research results with all Consortium partners in a secure environment,
with the information kept in a safe storage system within the European boundaries. As the project
coordinator, professor Osseweijer confirms: “Since the start of the project in September 2020, we have
been searching for a suitable tool to collaborate with our partners in a safe way. An important criterion
for the chosen tool was that all data are kept within Europe, and
preferably in The Netherlands.