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Elements of a good project to the european commission

Elements of a good project to the European Commission

dr. ir. Matthijs Soede

Poznan, 15 January 2007


At the start
At the start

  • Be aware that it is a competition

  • Understand the process

  • Good project has to be presented in a proposal


It is a competition
It is a competition….

  • Play according to the rules of the competition

    • Workprogramma  kind of play

    • Guide for applicants  how to play

    • Evaluators  referees


Structure proposal
Structure proposal

  • A-part

    • A1 ‘Our idea’ – project outline

    • A2 ‘Who we are’ details from all partners

    • A3 ‘What it costs’


Structure proposal1
Structure proposal

  • B-part

    1.1. Concept and objectives

    1.2 Progress beyond the state-of-the-art

    1.3 S/T methodology/description project and associated workplan

    2.1 Management structure and procedures

    2.2 Individual participants

    2.3 Consortium as a whole

    2.4 Resources to be committed

    3.1 Expected impacts listed in the work programme

    3.2 Dissemination and/or exploitation of project results, and mangement of intellectual property rights (IPR)

    4. Ethical issues


Structure proposal2
Structure proposal

Scientific and/or technical quality

  • B-part

    1.1. Concept and objectives

    1.2 Progress beyond the state-of-the-art

    1.3 S/T methodology/description project and associated workplan

    2.1 Management structure and procedures

    2.2 Individual participants

    2.3 Consortium as a whole

    2.4 Resources to be committed

    3.1 Expected impacts listed in the work programme

    3.2 Dissemination and/or exploitation of project results, and mangement of intellectual property rights (IPR)

    . Ethical issues

Implementation

Impact


Scientific technical quality
Scientific/technical quality

Innovation !

Problem

State of the art

Objectives

  • S/T methodology/description project

  • and associated workplan


Keywords in the project
Keywords in the project

  • Structure

  • GANTT chart, PERT chart

  • work plan

  • work packages

  • tasks

  • deliverables

  • milestones






Implementation
Implementation

Management structure and procedures

Individual participants

Consortium as a whole


Management structure
Management structure

  • Important:

    • Logical structure

    • Who is responsible for what?

    • Way of communication?


Individual partners consortium
Individual Partners - Consortium

  • Excellence

  • Experience in relevant area

  • Facilities

  • Complementarity, balance

  • Possibilities for exploitation – end users

  • European dimension


Impact
Impact

  • Contribution, at the European and/or international level, the expected impacts listed the work porgramme under the relevant topic/activity

  • Appropriateness of measures for the dissemination and exploitation of project results and management of intellectual property




General control parameters
General control parameters

  • Timing  When

  • Quality  What and level

  • Finance  Resources

  • Information  State of the art, results, reporting

  • Organisation  Internal and external cooperation and organisation



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