UniBwM at the 4th Plenary Meeting of Project MAMMOth: A Midpoint Milestone in Athens

18 June 2024

Day 1: Showcasing Achievements and Setting the Stage


The first day was pivotal for UniBwM as Swati and Arjun led the presentation for Work Package 3 (WP3). They reported significant milestones achieved in the past six months, demonstrating their dedication and progress. Key highlights included:


WP3 Presentation Highlights:


  • Overall Workflow Diagram: The team presented a comprehensive workflow diagram of WP3, connecting its various components to the different use cases studied under the MAMMOth project. This visual representation provided clarity on the intricate processes and their interdependencies.

  • Scientific Report: Under the leadership of UniBwM, the scientific report of the project was completed, showcasing the team's commitment to high-quality research and documentation.

  • D3.1 Deliverable: Arjun played crucial roles in authoring the D3.1 deliverable, with Swati contributing as reviewers, ensuring thorough scrutiny and precision.

  • Scientific Publications: The team achieved notable success with their scientific publications in prestigious IEEE and Springer conferences, contributing significantly towards T3.2 of WP3.


  • Interactive Visualization Framework: UniBwM's ongoing work on an interactive visualization framework, which contributes to WP4 and the MAMMOth toolkit, highlighted their innovative approach and forward-thinking mindset.



The intense brainstorming session was followed by a delightful culinary experience at a hilltop restaurant overlooking the historic Acropolis. The team enjoyed various Greek platters, providing a perfect end to a productive day.

Day 2: Workshop and Public Demonstration


The second day was a landmark for the MAMMOth project as it featured the first public demonstration of the MAMMOth toolkit. The day began with an internal workshop, where interdisciplinary teams delved into critical questions about the toolkit's expectations, key challenges, potential solutions, and stakeholder roles.


Key Questions Explored:


  • What do we expect from the toolkit?

  • What are its key challenges?

  • What are the possible solutions for such challenges?

  • Who are the stakeholders for each solution?


During this collaborative workshop, the team uncovered significant scientific and social questions, such as data scarcity, toolkit visibility, and adaptability. This session not only addressed crucial project aspects but also fostered stronger bonds among the various project partners within MAMMOth.


Following the internal workshop, an external public workshop was organized, where the toolkit was introduced and explained by all partners. This public demonstration marked a significant milestone, showcasing the collaborative efforts and innovative solutions developed by the project team.


Closing on a High Note


The meeting concluded on a high note, with the team setting new challenges and identifying the next steps for refining the MAMMOth toolkit. The focus now shifts to completing the toolkit components and preparing for the release of version 0.2.


The 4th plenary meeting in Athens was not just a mid-project checkpoint but a celebration of collaborative success and a stepping stone towards future achievements. UniBwM's contributions have been instrumental in driving the project forward, and the team is excited about the journey ahead.