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1.2. Quality and effectiveness of the support mechanisms, and associated work plan PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Project programme will consist of 6 fundamental elements (WPs), each with sub-divisions (tasks) explained in WP description.

1.      MANAGEMENT

2.      STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS FOR KNOW-HOW EXCHANGE

3.      RECRUITMENT OF EXPERIENCED RESEARCHERS

4.      ACQUISITION & UPGRADING OF RESEARCH EQUIPMENT

5.      ORGANISATION OF WORKSHOPS & CONFERENCES

6.      DISSEMINATION

Each workpackage will be led by one manager, who will be responsible for the technical work and reporting to a project co-coordinator. The Coordinator will lead WP 1. Staff member 2 (Research Manager) will lead WP 2, staff member 3 (Reinforcement Manager) will lead WP 3, staff member 4 will co-ordinate WP 4 (Equipment Manager) and staff member 5 (Training Manager) will lead WP 5. Staff member 6 (Dissemination Manager) will lead disseminatin activities in WP6.

Managers of the workpackages will be responsible for detailed implementation of assigned WPs and for monitoring the collaboration with other workpackage participants. The WP leaders will monitor the day-to-day work and report periodically to project manager. They are responsible for elaboration of the report regarding the workpackage and sending it to the co-ordinator each 6 months.

 

After the programme has been established selection of the participants will be carried out. Preliminary arrangements will ensure smooth project realisation. Each project participant has particular responsibility in the frame of particular workpackage (explained in part 2.1 and 2.2). The exploitation of the project will be done by individual results of the work packages. Project co-ordinator will co-ordinate all the exploitation-related issues within the project.

 

Project deliverables will be public. One of the forums will be held at the conference: Textile Science and Economy, organised by our Faculty of Textile Technology (organized for the first time in 2008). Training courses and educational workshops with different topics will be organised both for academic and industrial entities. The dissemination activities will be supervised by project co-ordinator and led by Dissemination Manager. He is appointed to ensure proper dissemination of the project results in order to keep all partners at the same level of state-of-the-art knowledge. Different public activities such as public lectures: 2 held by international experts and 2 held by domestic experts; 12 young researchers seminars, 1 Round table, 4 textile forums, Textile Science & Economy Symposium, International Textile, Clothing & Design Conference, Dissemination Conference and several radio/TV broadcasts will be organised in order to diffuse and exploit research results.

The project web site and Textile Portal will serve as a key dissemination tool. One of its purposes would be enabling interested EU or domestic entities to view TTF's and Textile Science Research Centre opportunities, strengths, potential partners, research topics and project ideas. This will foster faster inclusion of convergence regions and realisation of the full research potential of enlarged Union. Second purpose of the site is to serve as a project management site and to give information regarding project activities, such as: progress status, dates of the training or dissemination activities, public deliverables etc.

 
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