Management structure


1. Coordinator of the project
2. Steering committee
3. Manager of the project
4. Managers of the project in each beneficiary
5. Project Financial Manage
6. Financial point of contact (FPC) in each beneficiary
7. Technical committee


Coordinator of the project is Professor Dr. Rumen Stainov from Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Hesse, Germany and he is leading the Steering committee and responsible for signing of all documents of the project that need to be submitted to European Commission and is the only representative of the project in front of the European Commission.
Steering committee is the body that  approve all project document, decisions, reports and acceptance of every step of the project. Participants in Steering comity are representatives of coordinator and all beneficiaries of the project, who have mandate to take decision. The Committee  guarantee the overall project coordination between tasks, and moreover, it  evaluate the deliverables before final submission to the Commission.
The EU-liaison officer of the University Fulda, Thomas Berger, and his staff is responsible for the following activities: managing and leading the project team, managing co-ordination of the Managers of the project and financial managers in each beneficiary engaged in project and financial, detailed project planning and control including: developing and maintaining a detailed project plan. Managing project deliverables in line with the project plan, recording and managing project issues and escalating where necessary, resolving cross-functional issues at project level, managing project scope and change control and escalating issues where necessary, monitoring project progress and performance, providing status reports to the Steering Committee and managing project evaluation and dissemination activities.
Managers of the project in each beneficiary are the persons appointed by beneficiary coordinator. They are responsible for the following activities: managing and leading the project team in the each beneficiary engaged in project, detailed project planning and control on beneficiary level including developing and maintaining a detailed project plan, managing project deliverables in line with the project plan, recording and managing project issues and escalating where necessary, resolving cross-functional issues at project level, managing project scope and change control and escalating issues where necessary, monitoring project progress and performance, providing status reports to the Manager of the project and managing project evaluation and dissemination activities in the beneficiary.
Project Financial Manager: Financial Management of the project is crucial for guarantying cost effectiveness of the actions. Financial Project Manager (FPM) will be appointed in management team and each beneficiary will indicate a financial point of contact (FPC). FPM will support each beneficiary partner and their FPC for the financial reporting to the Commission. Financial Manager in coordination with financial point of contact from each beneficiary is responsible for respecting of European and national legislation in preparing all financial documents, preparing financial report and its submission to Steering committee after approval from the Coordinator of the project and to submit to the European Commission.  
Technical committee will be advisory body which will take technical proposals to manager of the project. Participants will be representatives with technical knowledge and experience from the coordinator and all beneficiaries of the project.