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WP1: Scientific and technical coordination



The main objective of this work package (WP) is to ensure an effective, smooth and high-quality implementation of the project, with respect to both general administrative and management practices that are expected for projects funded via the EC programmes, and with respect to financial management.

The coordination work package is under the responsibility of the Coordinator assisted by the European Project Manager.

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    • The Coordinator is the legal entity acting as the intermediary between the Parties and the European Commission. The Coordinator will, in addition to its responsibilities as a Party, perform the tasks assigned to it as it is described in the Grant Agreement and the Consortium Agreement.
    • The Workpackage Leaders are in charge of the coordination of activities inside their Work Package and achieving the goals set in the work plan.

    • The Executive Board is the supervisory body for the execution of the Project which will report to and be accountable to the General Assembly. 
    • The Scientific Advisory Board will advise the General Assembly and the Coordinator on scientific issues.
    • The General Assembly will be the ultimate decision-making body of the Consortium.
    • The European Project Manager will help the Coordinator in its coordination tasks.



    D1.1 : First period report:
    The Coordinator, with the help of work package leaders and project manager, wrote a periodic report at the end of the first reporting period. This periodic report gives an overview of the progress of work towards the objectives of the project, including achievements and attainment of milestones and deliverables. The report includes the differences between work expected to be carried out and that actually carried out.
    D1.2 : Second period report

    D1.3 : Final project report



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