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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement N° 821870
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At a decision-making level, the project management structure includes four committees with anoverall number of 14 members, 9 of which are female. Boards have the responsibility of monitoring and verifying the compliance of the activities within the project work plan and objectives/results set.

Committees

Committees members (blue cell indicates female researchers)

Management board and steering committee (MB/SC)
ER5 (Maximova)
ER7 (Minutoli)
ER1 (Parrinello)
ER3 (Palmero)
Monitoring committee (MC)
ESR11 (De Marco)
ESR14 (Semina)
ESR13 (Cos-Gayón)
ER8 (Arrighetti)
Scientific board (SB)
ER5 (Maximova)
ER4 (Giner-García)
ER2 (Picchio)
ER1 (Parrinello)
Dissemination and communication committe (DC)
ER10 (España)
ER6 (Shamarina)
ESR12 (Dell'Amico)
ER9 (Rivas)

Management Board (MB):

Overall project management. It includes senior representatives from all participating organizations. This research involves only 14 researchers from 5 institutions from different countries. The implementation of the work plan is linear, hence with a limited need for coordination, therefore, the role of the steering committee (SC) will be covered by MB. A partnership agreement will besigned defining the share of contribution the beneficiaries are allocating to support the visiting researchers from the partner organization.
Main tasks: define the partnership agreement, rules and decision-making procedures; define the workplan; verify that the activities will be in line with work plan, through the reporting of the Monitoring committee; manage conflicts; verify the financial management; reorient the work plan if necessary.
Members: ER1 (Parrinello, leader), ER3 (Palmero), ER5 (Maximova), ER7 (Minutoli).
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Monitoring Committe (MC):

Scientific Board (SB):

Dissem. and Comm. Commitee (DC):

Involves mostly the partners’ younger members. It will develop amonitoring plan including activities, results, milestones, deliverables, budget, a monitory secondments and will regularly check that the project implementation closely follows the plan. Main tasks: communicate the up-to-date motoring plan to the MB/SC before each year project meeting, or earlier in case of relevant inconsistencies.

Members: ER13 (Fernando Cos-Gayón López, leader), ESR11 (De Marco), ESR14 (Semina), ER8(Arrighetti).
Including experienced researcher from each discipline with the special role of supervising scientific quality of project activities and outputs.
Members: ER5 (Maximova, leader), ER1 (Parrinello), ER4 (Maria Isabel Giner García), ER2 (Picchio).
In charge of verify organisation, implementation and efficacy of the Dissemination and Communication actions. A dissemination and communication plan will be prepared and shared with the MB/SC.

Members: ESR12 (Dell’Amico, leader), ER6 (Shamarina), ER9 (Rivas), ER10 (España).
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Advisory Board (AB):

Composed of external experts, will support the SB in the control of the scientific value of theproject, with evaluation tools and verification regarding the lead times and respect of milestone sand quality of deliverables. The board includes external experts (2-3 people), belonging to the area of academic research, involved during the project into phases and supervising meetings alongside other boards.
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