Organisation nameUniversus-Csei
CountryItaly
Website:www.universus.it

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UNIVERSUS is the Lead Coordinating Partner (LCP) of the project and will be responsible for the overall project implementation and regular contacts with Erasmus Programme management structures.

It will ensure both technical and financial managing coordination of the whole project. He will appoint the Project Manager (PM) and Project Manager Assistant (PMA) for the Coordination aspect of the project, as well as the Technical Coordinator Manager (TCM) as responsible for the specific tasks entrusted within the project. It will monitor and ensure the correspondence of the expenditures and the outputs delivered by the project partners. It is also responsible for leading the Project Steering Committee and all the coordination structures (TCMs of each partner), will check and assess the respecting of the shared responsibility of project tasks. The LCP will deal also with the collection of the outputs of the project, physical and statistical data that are needed for project monitoring as well as for the interim and final appraisals. LCP will ensure, in collaboration with partners, the promotion activities and will provide support to their preparation. It will deal also with legal and administrative set-up of the project. It will be Lead organization for the WP1, WP2 and WP6. The staff of LCP will also take part in all the other activities foreseen in the project, ensuring full and active participation.

Team Members

Names of the staff members
 Carmine Viola
 Eugenio Di Sciascio
 Francesco Cupertino
 Patella Annamaria
 Mali Matilda
 Abrescia Angelamaria
Abbrescia Fabio

Organisation nameIdea75
CountryItaly
Website:www.idea75.it

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Idea75, valuing its great experience in managing interaction processes between researchers, university and enterprises, will be the Leading Organization of WP7 which main objective is to define the structure and the organization of an Observatory HEIs/SMEs/INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS to be created to support the GIENAHS Consortium in expanding and consolidating its network after the lifetime of the project. Idea75 will also be a supporting partner in WP9 (Quality Assurance), actively participating in the Advisory Board dealing with the control of the Quality of the project results according to Functional quality standards, supporting the quality assessment of evaluation procedures applied by WP8.
Furthermore, Idea75 will give its scientific contribution to achieve the project results participating actively in all technical assessment groups and activities foreseen in the WP3, WP4, WP5, and WP6.
As other partners, Idea75 will participate in Preparation activities (WP1) and Dissemination activities (WP10) and will provide the reports required for the Monitoring and Evaluation (WP8) and for the Quality Assurance (WP9). As to the financial management it will deliver to the LCP staff all the documents related to the expenditures incurred and will produce evidence about the correspondence of the outputs produced with the incurred expenditures. Finally, the partner will actively participate in the Project steering meetings.

Team Members

Names of the staff members
Giuseppe Leonardo Cascella
Eleonora Loiacono
Genoveffa Grassi

Organisation nameAnglia Ruskin University
CountryUK
Website:www.anglia.ac.uk

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Anglia Ruskin will lead WP8 “Proactive control and continuous project monitoring and evaluation”. Valuing a consolidated experience in international projects, it will constantly ensure the correct implementation of the monitoring and evaluation activities in all project phases iteratively giving feedbacks to all responsible partners. It will ensure the internal project assessments, being active either within executive project planning, either during the implementation of each steps/tasks, until the end of the project in the finalizing outputs/outcomes steps. It will lead the WP according to a set of evaluation quality criteria that the Quality Board (WP9) will provide periodically.
Anglia Ruskin will give its scientific contribution to achieve the project results participating actively in all technical assessment groups and activities foreseen in the WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6, WP7 and will lead the task 6.5 of the WP6 aimed at designing a Training course for trainers.
It will participate in Preparation activities (WP1) and Dissemination activities (WP10) and will provide the reports required for the Monitoring and Evaluation (WP8) and for the Quality Assurance (WP9). As to the financial management it will deliver to the LCP staff all the documents related to the expenditures incurred and will produce evidence about the correspondence of the outputs produced with the incurred expenditures. Finally, it will actively participate in the Project steering meetings.

Team Members

Names of the staff members
Professor Hassan Shirvani
Habtom Mebrahtu
Javaid Butt
Md Ashikul Alam Khan

Organisation nameUniversity of Ioannina, Department of informatics and Telecommunications
CountryGREECE
Website:kic.teiep.gr

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University of Ioannina with its KIC Lab will cover the responsibility of the whole WP10 “Advertising, information and dissemination”. Based on its great experience, the partner will contribute to the development of an advanced communication plan and advanced communication tools. It will ensure the internal and external communication web-platforms and will cover all the tasks related with the information and dissemination of the activities.
Furthermore, UoI will give its scientific contribution to achieve the project results participating actively in all technical assessment groups and activities foreseen in the WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6, WP7 and will lead the task 6.4 of the WP6 (Training tools), that aims to define the training and mentoring tools to be used during the study courses of the new path and will elaborate the structure of a e-learning platform.
As other partners, UoI will participate in Preparation activities (WP1) and will provide the reports required for the Monitoring and Evaluation (WP8) and for the Quality Assurance (WP9). As to the financial management it will deliver to the LCP staff all the documents related to the expenditures incurred and will produce evidence about the correspondence of the outputs produced with the incurred expenditures. Finally, the partner will actively participate in the Project steering meetings.

Team Members

Names of the staff members
Prof. Chrysostomos Stylios
Dr George Georgoulas
Dr. Petros Karvelis
Dr. Vassili Liagkou

Organisation name
NOESIS Technologies P.C.
CountryGREECE
Website:www.noesis-tech.com

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NOESIS will specifically support the activities foreseen in WP3 “Interaction between HEIs and SMEs” and WP5 “Legal frameworks for the development of the new Industrial PhD path for SMEs”. In both WPs Noesis will jointly work with the Lead organizations (P10 for WP3 and P8 for WP5) adopting a cooperative method aimed at sharing and integrating, in the organization and implementation of the WP, the two different cultural approaches (enterprise/university) in relation to the issues to be analysed. NOESIS will also be a supporting partner in WP9 (Quality Assurance), actively participating in the Advisory Board dealing with the control of the Quality of the project results according to Functional quality standards. NOESIS will give its scientific contribution to achieve the project results participating actively in all technical assessment groups and activities foreseen in the WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6 and WP7. As other partners, NOESIS will participate in Preparation activities (WP1) and Dissemination activities (WP10) and will provide the reports required for the Monitoring and Evaluation (WP8) and for the Quality Assurance (WP9). As to the financial management it will deliver to the LCP staff all the documents related to the expenditures incurred and will produce evidence about the correspondence of the outputs produced with the incurred expenditures. Finally, the partner will actively participate in the Project steering meetings.

Team Members

Names of the staff members
George Krikis, MSc
Fokion Alexandris, MSc
Andreas Kalamboukas, Elec Eng
Nikolaos Krikis, Mech Eng

Organisation nameWarsaw University of Technology
(PolitechnikaWarszawska)
CountryPOLAND
Website:www.pw.edu.pl

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WUT, valuing its extensive experience of research projects carried out with clusters of enterprises, will cover the responsibility for the whole WP4 “Map of key processes and competences for innovation in SMEs” supported by P9 (Exquisite – Romanian SME). Even in this case, they will jointly work adopting a cooperative method aimed at sharing and integrating, in the organization and implementation of the WP, the two different cultural approaches (enterprise/university) in relation to the issues to be analysed.
WUT will also cover the responsibility for the whole WP9 “Quality Assurance”, supported by all the 4 SMEs partners, ensuring the definition and implementation of the best Quality System of the project, supporting the Monitoring and Evaluation activities.
Furthermore, WUT will give its scientific contribution to achieve the project results participating actively in all technical assessment groups and activities foreseen in the WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6 and WP7.
As other partners, WUT will participate in Preparation activities (WP1) and Dissemination activities (WP10) and will provide the reports required for the Monitoring and Evaluation (WP8) and for the Quality Assurance (WP9). As to the financial management it will deliver to the LCP staff all the documents related to the expenditures incurred and will produce evidence about the correspondence of the outputs produced with the incurred expenditures. Finally, the partner will actively participate in the Project steering meetings.

Team Members

Names of the staff members
Antoni Szumanowski
Witold M. Orlowski
Yuhua Chang
Artur Kopczyński
Leszek Niedzicki

Organisation nameUniversitatea Tehnică “Gheorghe Asachi”
CountryROMANIA
Website:www.tuiasi.ro

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TUIASI will cover the whole responsibility of WP5 “Legal frameworks for the development of the new Industrial PhD path for SMEs”, supported by Noesis. They will jointly work adopting a cooperative method aimed at sharing and integrating, in the organization and implementation of the WP, the two different cultural approaches (enterprise/university) in relation to the issues to be analysed. The TUIASI leading role in WP5 is linked to the strong interest for Industrial PhD regulation, actually absent in Romania. TUIASI will also cover the responsibility of the task 6.6 of WP6, focused on the definition of the processes for the evaluation and certification of the key competences (formal, informal, non-formal) required by the new Industrial PhD path for SMEs.
Furthermore, it will give its scientific contribution to achieve the project results participating actively in all technical assessment groups and activities foreseen in the WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6 and WP7.
As other partners, it will participate in Preparation activities (WP1) and Dissemination activities (WP10) and will provide the reports required for the Monitoring and Evaluation (WP8) and for the Quality Assurance (WP9). As to the financial management it will deliver to the LCP staff all the documents related to the expenditures incurred and will produce evidence about the correspondence of the outputs produced with the incurred expenditures. Finally, the partner will actively participate in the Project steering meetings.

Team Members

Names of the staff members
DUMITRAS Catalin Gabriel
SEGHEDIN Eugen Nicolae

Organisation nameExquisite
CountryROMANIA
Website:www.exquisite.ro

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Exquisite will be involved in WP4 “Map of key processes and competences for innovation in SMEs”. It will directly lead task 4.5 of WP4 and for the other tasks will support the Lead Organization (WUT) jointly working with a cooperative method aimed at sharing and integrating, in the organization and implementation of the WP, the two different cultural approaches (enterprise/university) in relation to the issues to be analysed. It will also cover the responsibility of task 6.1 of WP6, which aim to define the key competences to be trained through the new Industrial PhD path for SMEs.
Finally It will be a supporting partner in WP9 (Quality Assurance), actively participating in the Advisory Board dealing with the control of the Quality of the project results.
Furthermore, It will give its scientific contribution to achieve the project results participating actively in all technical assessment groups and activities foreseen in the WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6 and WP7.
It will participate in Preparation activities (WP1) and Dissemination activities (WP10) and will provide the reports required for the Monitoring and Evaluation (WP8) and for the Quality Assurance (WP9). As to the financial management it will deliver to the LCP staff all the documents related to the expenditures incurred
and will produce evidence about the correspondence of the outputs produced with the incurred expenditures.
Finally, the partner will actively participate in the Project steering meetings

Team Members

Names of the staff members
ROSU CONSTANTIN MIRCEA
VORNICU Liviu Gabriel

Organisation nameChalmers University of Technology
CountrySWEDEN
Website:www.chalmers.se

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Chalmers University of Technology will cover the responsibility of the whole WP3 “Interaction between HEIs and SMEs” valuing its long experience and its constant commitment to research and knowledge creation, flanked by larger enterprises. In the leadership of the WP, it will be supported by Noesis, adopting a cooperative method aimed at sharing and integrating, in the organization and implementation of the WP, the two different cultural approaches (enterprise/university) in relation to the issues to be analysed. Chalmers will be also responsible of task 7.3 aimed to realize webinars to raise awarness from targeted stakeholders (such us students, employees, young researchers and other participants) about the GIENAHS Observatory and the new Industrial PhD path for SMEs.
Furthermore, Chalmers will give its scientific contribution to achieve the project results participating actively in all technical assessment groups and activities foreseen in the WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6 and WP7.
It will participate in Preparation activities (WP1) and Dissemination activities (WP10) and will provide the reports required for the Monitoring and Evaluation (WP8) and for the Quality Assurance (WP9). As to the financial management it will deliver to the LCP staff all the documents related to the expenditures incurred and will produce evidence about the correspondence of the outputs produced with the incurred expenditures. Finally, the partner will actively participate in the Project steering meetings.

Team Members

Names of the staff members
Per Lövsund
Angela Hillemyr
Mauro Bellone

Organisation namePRO-TEC
CountryPoland
Website:www.proteccss.pl

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Pro-Tec will support Anglia Ruskin University in the implementation of WP8 “Proactive control and continuous project monitoring and evaluation”. They will jointly work adopting a cooperative method aimed at sharing and integrating, in the organization and implementation of the WP, the two different cultural approaches (enterprise/university) in relation to the monitoring and evaluation activities in all project phases. In addition, Pro-Tec will support WUT in the implementation of WP9 (Quality Assurance), actively participating in the Advisory Board dealing with the control of the Quality of the project results. Pro-Tec will be also responsible for the task 7.1 of WP7 aimed defining the structure and the organization of the GIENAHS Observatory HEIs/SMEs/Industry Association.

Pro-Tec will give its scientific contribution to achieve the project results participating actively in all technical assessment groups and activities foreseen in the WP3, WP4, WP5, WP6 and WP7.

It will participate in Preparation activities (WP1) and Dissemination activities (WP10) and will provide the reports required for the Monitoring and Evaluation (WP8) and for the Quality Assurance (WP9). As to the financial management it will deliver to the LCP staff all the documents related to the expenditures incurred and will produce evidence about the correspondence of the outputs produced with the incurred expenditures. Finally, the partner will actively participate in the Project steering meetings.

Team Members

Names of the staff members
Jakub Lasocki
Joanna Marczak
Albert Marczak

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