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Integrating a Comprehensive European Approach for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Montenegro Viticulture

Project

The principal objective (PO) of MONTEVITIS is to strengthen, homogenize and augment UDG and its involved faculties’ and labs’ research and collaboration capacities and performance, both in Montenegro and across the European prospect, in specific topics of climate change mitigation and adaptation in viticulture.

The principal objective (PO) of MONTEVITIS is to strengthen, homogenize and augment UDG and its involved faculties’ and labs’ research and collaboration capacities and performance, both in Montenegro and across the European prospect, in specific topics of climate change mitigation and adaptation in viticulture.

Three defined operational topics constitute the pertinent needs of an integrated and operational European approach in tackling climate change in viticulture, now to be applied in Montenegro via UDG. Firstly, the project will set up, integrated, and validate the following topics:
1) use and adaptation of existing analytical and modelling tools for assessing the effects of climate change at regional levels,
2) understanding these effects on the course of physiological processes in the vine, yield, ripening, and quality of grapes and wines of different varieties. MONTEVITIS will then combine a somewhat orthogonal topic coming from the ICT sphere of knowledge for efficiently applying the emerging technologies for enhancing the mitigation and adaptation measures in vineyards:
3) definition of precision viticulture technologies and usage scenarios in vineyard management.

The project is built upon the strengths of all of its consortium members and conducts the twining processes in combining the research methodologies with gradually expanding know-how and findings for the benefits of UDG and all participants. MONTEVITIS EU partners are in countries with worldwide recognised viticulture demarcated areas and have years of R&D and innovation experience in viticulture and climate studies. As well as being able to share valuable knowledge and experience, all partners will benefit from research, networking, capacity building, and knowledge transfer processes within this action and ongoing research projects and the general strengthening of many sustainability components. UDG also invited several partners from Montenegro for extending the impact of the project.

Keywords:
viticulture, wine production, climate change, computer science, precision viticulture, twinning, knowledge transfer, technology transfer, innovation, S&T capacity and research profile reinforcement

Project type
  • Horizon Europe
Country of the coordinating institution
Montenegro
Acronym
MONTEVITIS
Geographical focus
  • Horizon Europe
  • Montenegro
  • Western Balkans
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Cross-thematic/Interdisciplinary
Runtime
September 2022 - August 2025

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Modified on November 16, 2022

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Elke Dall
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