The Advisory Board

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The Advisory Board has a consultative role for the EPICUR European University in the governance of the alliance through mutual trust and confidentiality. It is a space of exchange between European experts, where EPICUR strategies will be discussed and recommendations sought in order to enhance EPICUR’s influence among European institutions.

The Advisory Board members through their capacity to represent its interests and through lobbying will help to advance EPICUR’s interests on a European level.


Appointed by the EPICUR steering committee, the EPICUR Advisory Board is composed of eight members, coming from the following sectors:

  • Academia
  • Industry/research
  • Civil society
  • Political sphere

The Advisory Board will meet with the Steering Committee four times within the EPICUR project or with such frequency as the Steering Committee deems necessary. The Steering Committee may contact the Advisory Board by written procedure in between meetings to discuss on specific matters.

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