Created in 1987, ARTTIC is an independent European provider of management services, especially in the area of large international collaborative R&D projects. ARTTIC is a set of companies based in France, Belgium, Germany, the UK and Israel. ARTTIC is an SME with a total workforce of about 75 persons.
ARTTIC provides specific and practical help with all aspects of international R&D projects. Services include helping clients specifying their R&D strategy; establishing project feasibility; finding international participants; establishing consortia; managing the proposal development activities; helping negotiate contracts; taking charge of all management aspects of live projects; helping to disseminate and exploit successful project results and preparing development and business plans.
In NIPSE, ARTTIC is in charge of running the project office and provides methods and tools to support the collaboration within the consortium and to manage the project.
ARTTIC supports the consortium in the daily administrative and contractual tasks to ensure the collaboration is working, the project is properly monitored and decisions and actions are prepared and taken according to the project progress and contractual obligations. An important aspect of the role of ARTTIC is also to simplify as much as possible the contractual work requested from the researchers and to develop a collaborative spirit inside the consortium.
ARTTIC is also leading the exploitation and dissemination activities in WP6 and is in charge of developing the project dissemination strategy, organising dedicated workshops, handling media relations, preparing the printed project communication material, and supporting the partners in setting up their exploitation and further development plans.
|Emmanuelle Da Silva
Emmanuelle Da Silva is an experienced Project Manager who joined ARTTIC in 2000. She has been involved in numerous EU funded projects in the various fields, including Aeronautics, since FP5. In NIPSE, she is in charge of implementing the project management plans, following the decisions taken, and bringing solutions to any difficulties met in the course of the project. Emmanuelle is leading the dissemination work package (WP6) and as such, she is in charge of delivering the dissemination plans and strategies, ensuring effective communication to the various stakeholders, preparing the project communication material and planning the participation to and organisation of workshops.
Elisabeth Graf works for ARTTIC as Project Administrator and is in charge of the administrative, financial and organisational support of several European projects which ARTTIC is involved in. Within NIPSE, she is responsible for the smooth running of the day-to-day administrative business and the project's dissemination activities.
Eric Papon is a senior consultant for ARTTIC and has been involved in the project set-up and management of EC research projects since 1984 especially in many Aeronautics programmes. In NIPSE, Eric advises the consortium on complex partnerships issues, IPR, quality assurance, exploitation planning, etc.