Management of the project – WP1

EPICUR > Our Alliance > Activities > Management of the project – WP1

The first Work Package creates the framework to enable the successful completion of the project activities on time as well as the fulfillment of the project contractual obligations without major conflicts or deviations. 

Activities

It is organised around 4 activities:

  1. “Project management monitoring and implementation” within each partner institution, by the setting-up local Partner Implementation Teams (PIT) gathering all those persons involved in EPICUR, and through the regular monitoring and reporting of the project implementation through the project collaborative tool and 6 six-monthly reports. 
  2. “Foundations for project implementation” defining the contractual documents, the organisation of a team-building and kick-off event , and the set-up of project management tools.
  3. “Technical project monitoring” ensuring quality throughout the project’s lifetime, through regular meetings and monitoring. To do so, the partners have set up a Project Management Team (PMT) gathering Partner project officers and WP leaders and chaired by the LP Strategic coordinator, allowing continuous discussion through monthly meetings. The technical monitoring will be done through regular project reports submitted to the Steering Committee every six months.
  4. “Strategic project monitoring” ensuring the correlation between the EPICUR long-term strategy and the project activities, making sure that the latter stays in line with the Mission statement and contributes to reaching the long-term strategy’s objectives. This Activity also contains the interim and final reports to the EU institutions.

Work package 1 interacts with all other WPs, and more specifically with WP6 “Sustainability ” since it lays the foundations for EPICUR’s long-term strategy : the current project is the pilot phase in a long-term process of creating a European University embedded into the partner universities. The WP1 therefore allows the partners to test the governance structures and the management tools.

 

Organisation

The Work package 1 is coordinated by the University of Strasbourg (Unistra), however all partner institutions are involved on both a technical and political level.

We are using cookies to give you the best experience. You can find out more about which cookies we are using or switch them off in privacy settings.
AcceptPrivacy Settings

GDPR

  • Cookies

Cookies

We use different cookies on the site to improve the interactivity of the website and our services. Consent is considered implicit if you continue your navigation on our sites without configuring cookies.

What is a “cookie” ?

A “cookie” is a file of limited size, usually consisting of letters and digits, sent by the Internet server to the browser’s cookie file located on the hard drive of your computer.

3 types of cookies are stored by the site :

  • Internal cookies needed for the site to operate
    They do not represent any danger for your privacy since the cookie memorising your choice for the configuration of cookies is part of this category.
  • Audience measuring cookies
    Depending on the sites visited, we use Google Analytics to analyse the audiences. Your consent is requested prior to storing Google Analytics cookies.
  • Third party cookies intended to improve the interactivity of the site
    These in particular are :
    • sharing buttons (Twitter and Facebook)
    • lists of tweets (Twitter)
    • videos broadcast on the site (YouTube, Dailymotion)

These features use third party cookies directly stored by these services. During your first visit to our site, a banner informs you of the presence of these cookies and asks you to indicate your choice. They are stored only if you agree, or if you continue your navigation on the site by visiting a second page of the same site. At any time, you can find information and configure your cookies to accept or refuse them by going onto the page [Cookie management] at the top of each page of the site. You can specify your preference either globally for the site or service by service.