Co-UDLABS (Building Collaborative Urban Drainage research lab communities) is a Horizon 2020 project funded under the Research Infrastructures programme (INFRAIA-02-2020 - Integrating Activities for Starting Communities).
Bringing together 9 partners offering access to 17 unique research facilities, Co-UDlabs offers training and free access to a wide range of high-level scientific instruments, smart monitoring technologies and digital water analysis tools for advancing knowledge and innovation in Urban drainage systems.
1 May 2021
30 April 2025
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Co-UDlabs will offer free Transnational Access (TA) to its 17 high-end experimental facilities including laboratories, field sites and large repositories of experimental data in order to encourage co-operation among researchers, practitioners, SMEs, local regulators and administrations to tackle challenges in the management and operation of wastewater systems.
Access to Co-UDlabs facilities can be requested by submitting a proposal including a description of the work that the applicants wish to carry out. The first call is now closed. The next TA call will open in October 2023.
Co-UDlabs webinar on Routine Uncertainty Assessment
Uncertainty Assessment should be significantly developed and systematically applied in urban drainage monitoring as a standard part of best practice metrology. However, methods and calculations may frequently appear as too...
Co-UDlabs workshop at Novatech 2023
The Co-UDlabs consortium is organising a workshop on July 3, 2023 in Lyon (France) to launch its second global call for Transnational Access (TA). The workshop aims to be a...