The EU-funded INTRANCES project (Grant agreement ID: 886050) has been completed. A summery of results and key project outputs can be accessed here.
Richard J Hewitt wishes to thank the European Commission for funding the project through a H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Research Fellowship and the host supervisor at the Madrid Complutense University, Juan Carlos García Palomares. The project is also very grateful for the kind assistance of numerous collaborators, especially: Charlotte Astier (Observatorio para Una Cultura del Territorio), Mike Batty (University College London), Rafael Borge (Madrid Polytechnic Univeristy), Eduardo Caramés (Observatorio para Una Cultura del Territorio), Hedwig Van Delden (RIKS), Julio Lumbreras (Madrid Polytechnic University), Tim Oxley (Imperial College London), Nick P. Winder (retired), Mark Zuidgeest (University of Cape Town).
We gratefully acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the following master’s degree students who worked on various aspects of the project at various times: Javier Antolín Asenjo, Ramón Díez Rodríguez, Julio-José Pérez-Bello Piñeiro, Javier Valbuena González (Master’s dissertations); Juan Balea-Aneiros, Eduardo Caramés, Sergio González Minguito, Lidia Moya Sánchez, Javier Valbuena González, Claudia Alejandra Aranda Andrades, Zuleyka Zoraya Campaña Huertas (Master’s practice work placements). Without them the project could not have been completed successfully.
Finally, we are very grateful for the numerous expert stakeholders, in governement, civil society, private practice and research institutions who contributed their free time to the project.
Final workshop of the INTRANCES project. Photo: Claudia Alejandra Aranda Andrades