ERAMCA Project Reference: 609574-EPP-1-2019-1-IT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

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WP 9

Lead organisation: POLITO
Partner organisation: BUW, UNIOS, TTPU, SamSACII, IWPHE, TTU, KPITTU


This work package aims to ensure that the overall objectives of the ERAMCA project will be achieved within the foreseen time and budget. The work to be performed in this Work Package includes the implementation of management structures and procedures that will be collected in the Project Management Handbook.

In particular, the project coordinator will be in charge of the organization of periodic meetings and the day-to-day execution of project administration and monitoring.

The project coordinator will identify potential risks linked with the development of the project also assessing the performance of the project partners. In particular, appropriate recovery plans will be identified as well as the implementation of corrective actions to cope with possible misbehaviours of some partners.

Finally, the coordinator will elaborate the guidelines and will supply standards, procedures and conventions for the preparation of documentation and reports to deliver to the European Commission. Moreover, the project coordinator will be responsible for the organization and preparation of the project review meetings.

All project partner meetings are included in this Work Package.


Task 9.1 Operative and financial management

The project coordinator will set-up and implement the necessary project management structures in order to manage activities such as the communication and information exchange with European Commission and Consortium. In particular, the management board will be set up and an internal partnership agreement will be stipulated. Finally, the Project Management Handbook will collect all information about management and monitoring. Both project partners and the External Quality Expert will use it as a reference document.

Task 9.2 Performing of plenary and virtual meetings

The Coordinator will be responsible for all reporting and financial management activities required by the EACEA, including the coordination of meetings and production of minutes. Including the kick-off meeting and the final project meeting, an overall of 7 meetings will be organized during the project period (approximatively one every six months). In particular:

  • Kick off meeting in Turin (organised by POLITO);
  • First mid-term meeting in Tashkent (with the cooperation of the hosting partner TTPU) at the end of the Strategy Forum Workshop (WP1)
  • Second mid-term meeting in Osijek (with the cooperation of the hosting partner UNIOS)
  • Third mid-term meeting in Dushanbe (with the cooperation of the hosting partners SamSACII)
  • Fourth mid-term meeting in Weimar (with the cooperation of the hosting partner BUW)
  • Fifth mid-term meeting in Khujand (with the cooperation of the hosting partner KPITTU)
  • Final meeting in Samarkand (with the cooperation of the hosting partner SamSACII)


​At least 2 delegates from each EU partner institutions and 2 from each Partner Country Institutions will attend the meetings. Additionally, an administrative staff member from POLITO will attend the kick-off meeting in Turin and the final meeting in Samarkand. Meetings are intended to last in three/four days, including travels. The First mid-term meeting will be scheduled at the end of the Strategy Forum Workshop; Strategy Forum Workshop and First mid-term meeting will last in 5 days, including travel. In between meetings, partners communicate by means of videoconference.



Other Work Packages

WP 1

This first work package aims to investigate skills and competence requirements in the environmental risk assessment e.g. seismic

WP 2

This second work package aims to investigate existing curricula and courses in the field of environmental risk assessment and mitigation

WP 3

This third work package aims to design and develop multi-disciplinary courses for a Master in Cultural Heritage conservation in Central

WP 4

This forth work package deals with the creation of teaching material hypertext based in order to support theoretical and practical multi-disciplinary

WP 5

The fifth work package is dedicated to the training of teachers and staff from different institutions. The training will be carried out with

WP 6

In this Work Package a test “on-the-field” will be launched. In a first step at least one University of each Partner Countries will select a

WP 7

The aim of this Work Package is to set procedures, criteria and resources for monitoring the project in order to meet its diversified targets

WP 8

This eighth work package sets the conditions, accomplishes the dissemination of the project, and prepares all activities necessary to