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Final Review Meeting in Brussels

With the end of October the official project lifetime of MATTHEW came to its end. The MATTHEW consortium reached the set objectives and submitted all Deliverables and Milestones in time. Additionally, an outstanding number of scientific publications present the MATTHEW project outcomes. (Find them openly accessible:

On 23rd November 2016 the project final review meeting took place at the EC premises in Brussels. After a general introduction to the project and the results in the technical work packages, a public session was scheduled. The consortium used this opportunity to show the demonstrators of the 3 Use Cases:

  • Contactless Payment with SiP for Wearables + nanoSIM Integration of MATTHEW components
  • Demo on Access Control System with SIM + SAM based on CIPURSE protocol (4-eyes scenario)
  • Anonymous Ticketing with ABCs on mobile platforms + Protocol Demo with Secure Elements


The project external visitors were very interested and and engaged in a vivid discussion on the MATTHEW use cases. After the final session with the reviewers and the project officer, all Deliverables and Reports were accepted and the progress impressed the experts in the review panel.

The excellent outcomes of MATTHEW will enable further cooperation within the consortium partners and the technological developments will be included into several innovations.

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The MATTHEW consortium met for a technical meeting on 27th and 28th of September in Regensburg (Germany) at the premises of Infineon Germany. It was the last technical meeting for the MATTHEW partners and the chance to prepare for the final review meeting. The aim of the technical meeting was a final alignment between the partners for the upcoming last deliverables and reports of the project.

Major focus was put on WP6 regarding the finalization and appropriate reporting of the evaluation and test results and on WP7 concerning dissemination and exploitation as well as the final project reporting. Additional discussions about ongoing issues and planning towards the project finalization took place.

Further, the meeting concentrated on the preparation of the final review meeting. The partners agreed on an agenda and relevant inputs and demonstrations for the final review meeting, which will take place on 23rd November 2016 at the EC premises in Brussels. The consortium is looking forward to presenting the excellent results to the EC.


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The MATTHEW consortium met on July 12th, 2016 at the premises of IMA in Prague (Czech Republic) for a one day technical and general assembly meeting. The aim of the technical meeting was a final alignment between the partners for the upcoming last months of the project, whereas the general assembly meeting targeted tasks related to the project internal management.

The technical meeting started off with a recapitulation of the past three project months. Within these three months the MATTHEW team submitted eight deliverables to the European Commission. During the discussions it was pointed out several times that the efficient internal review process is an important factor to keep the deliverables’ quality as high as possible. Afterwards IAIK presented their new publication that deals with Blind Signatures in the Standard Model, which fits very well to the MATTHEW context. The technical meeting was closed with an intense discussion about the remaining technical deliverables that have to be submitted until the project end. Therefore, responsibilities as well as deadlines for the contributions were defined.

During the general assembly meeting the project coordinator informed the project team about the upcoming reporting duties as well as the non-technical deliverables that will be submitted by the end of October 2016.