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Eco Process Engineering System for composition of services to optimize product life cycle

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The project will participate in the activities organised at programme level relating to the ICT domain, with the objective of providing input towards common issues and receiving feedback (e.g. from other related projects), offering advice and guidance and receiving information relating to ICT programme implementation, standards, policy and regulatory activities, national or international initiatives, etc. The management structure and techniques of the EPES project are adapted to the structure of the project, taking into account the consortium size and management efficiency. The management structure, as presented in following figure, includes following management bodies:

  • Project Coordinator: EPES is a highly innovative project with a strong RTD focus. Therefore, the consortium agreed that TEC, as an applied research institute with a long-term experience in the management of national and European RTD projects, is responsible for the project management. The project coordination carried out by an RTD partner assures that it is being driven to achieve its challenging RTD objectives. Project coordination includes legal, contractual, ethical and financial management of the consortium. The PC acts as the intermediary for any communication between the Commission and any beneficiary, and coordinates meeting events within the consortium.
  • Deputy/back-up project coordinator, Mr. Alberto Armijo, TEC 
  • Dissemination and exploitation manager, Mr. Mario Insunza, SIST responsible for management of the innovation related activities covering planning and harmonisation of all dissemination activities, the set-up of the exploitation strategy for the project results and harmonisation of exploitation plans between the partners, preparation of the Plan for Using and Disseminating Foreground (PUDF) and management of the IPR issues.
  • Scientific & Technical board (STB), The STB is composed of each contractor's senior scientific/technical staff, holding signatory power in their organisations, authorised to commit her/his organisation to the decisions of the STB, and is chaired by PC. Meetings of the STB are organised regularly (approx. every 6 months) by the PC or on demand of the PC, event triggered. PC prepares all relevant information to enable consensus STB decisions. The PC documents and communicates the STB decisions, especially in the case of contractual consequences for agreements. The STB shall be responsible for both scientific and technical/executive aspects of the project coordination.
  • Strategic & Exploitation Board (SEB) is composed by the representatives of the management and/or commercial departments of the industrial partners and provides exploitation inputs to the reports and during the meetings, especially the Mid Term Assessment (MTA) meeting
  • General Assembly (GA) The General Assembly is composed by one representative of each Party (Member). Each Member has to be duly authorised to deliberate, negotiate and decide on all matters listed below. The Coordinator chairs all meetings of the GA, unless decided otherwise by the GA. The Parties agree to abide by all decisions of the GA. This does not prevent the Parties to submit a dispute to resolution in accordance with the provisions of settlement of disputes to be detailed in the Consortium Agreement (CA).


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 285093