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Consortium management

WP6: Gestione e coordinamento del consorzio

Responsabile del Work package: CNRS/INSU

Descrizione delle attività:

Il work package include le attività generali del progetto di gestione del Consorzio ed è guidato da un Project Coordinator (CNRS/INSU) e un Project Manager (CNRS/INSU). Il Project Manager europeo segue le attività sotto l’aspetto operativo e gestionale. Il WP è strutturato in due gruppi di attività:

Obiettivi:
- Fornire un quadro della gestione generale amministrativa, finanziaria e legale del progetto;
- Coordinare le attività tecniche dei partner al fine di perseguire gli obiettivi del progetto;
- Assistere i gruppi operativi nell’applicazione delle decisioni del Board;
- Assistere il coordinatore nel collegare tutte le informazioni tecniche e finanziarie necessarie da includere nel rapporto per la Commissione;
- Assicurare un flusso efficiente di informazioni tra il coordinatore e i partner;
- Mantenere l’archivio di tutti i documenti prodotti dai partner per le comunicazioni interne e esterne.

Questo WP è diviso in 4 task, posti sotto la responsabilità del project coordinator:

  • Task 6.1: Project management
  • Task 6.2: Gestione degli strumenti di comunicazione
  • Task 6.3: Organizzazione di incontri
  • Task 6.4: Supporto finanziario per i partner associati

Contatto: Peter Kropmanns e Denis Mourard

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