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MyAcademicID wraps up 2019 in Amsterdam
The third consortium meeting of the MyAcademicID project (MyAID) took place in Amsterdam on the 3rd and 4th of December 2019. Hosted by GÉANT, the meeting allowed the consortium and its advisory board to take stock of the progress made during the first year of the implementation of MyAID.
Towards a European student eID
On 20-21 November 2019, the MyAcademicID consortium presented the progress of the project at a European-wide conference in Berlin. Organised by the Deutsches Studentenwerk and hosted by the Humboldt University of Berlin, the two-day event gathered over 130 participants from more than 30 countries among university IT staff and CIOs, international relations officers, NRENs, student unions, national and EU decision-makers, and identity and service providers.
MyAcademicID travels to Scandinavia
This year, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology played host to the 2019 EUNIS Congress. The EUF and the Cnous travelled to Trondheim to present MyAcademicID and collect feedback from the audience, which gathered more than 400 attendees from Europe and beyond.
MyAcademicID 2nd Consortium Meeting
The second consortium meeting of the MyAcademicID project (MyAID) took place in Stockholm on June 3. Hosted by the Swedish University Computer Network (SUNET), part of the Swedish Research Council and a partner in the project, the meeting allowed the consortium and its advisory board to take stock of the progress made during the first six months of MyAID.
Blueprinting an eID scheme for European higher education
In April and May, the partners of the MyAcademicID project met in Amsterdam to discuss the structure of the electronic identifier, the required technical connections and its future roll-out.
First Technical Workshop in Amsterdam
In Paris the Consortium decided that three technical workshops would be organised between February and May 2019. The first of these was held in Amsterdam on 22 and 23 February. The meeting aimed at defining the architecture of the project and at creating the necessary connections with the objectives of the related activities.
The kick-off meeting of the project was held in Paris on January 28th. During the meeting it was agreed that the work to be undertaken under MyAID will focus on developing a European eID scheme for Higher Education that allows students to identify and authenticate themselves online to access the electronic services laid out in the application and grant agreement.
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