ARTTIC Innovation GmbH
ARTTIC Innovation GmbH, a company of the PNO Consultants Group, the European leader in collaboration engineering, consultancy and management services for international research and technology related partnerships. The team at AIG has been built since 2006 and has set up and managed numerous projects in EU funding programmes. Currently, AIG is collaborating with multi-national consortia in 28 EU funded projects. ARTTIC Innovation GmbH builds and assists collaborative undertakings and in particular European research consortia and networks from all businesses and research sectors, small and large, private and public, to ensure their collaborative innovation ventures are as successful as possible.
The company is successfully supporting several projects in the areas such as Security, Energy, Aeronautics, Life Sciences and Health including amongst others: EBiSC2, EU-AIMS and PIONEER in dissemination and communication, exploitation and knowledge management (and project management). AIG provides proven methods and tools dedicated to the successful implementation of (collaborative) research and innovation projects.
AIG represents a team of more than 35 professionals in Germany (Munich, Berlin and others). It is drawn from a broad industrial and academic base and forms a truly multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural team with a wealth of experience. AIG’s staff is specialised and highly skilled for managing and providing innovation services to collaborative research and innovation projects.
Role in TherVacB
ARTTIC Innovation works in close collaboration with the Project Office of the Coordinator and will support the consortium in the daily management and in administrative and contractual tasks. AIG aims at simplifying the contractual and administrative work requested from the researchers as much as possible. AIG will lead the consortium’s communication and dissemination, supporting IP management and exploitation planning.
Consultant specialized in international research and innovation collaborations. In 2009, Tanja started to work as project manager in the German national context and has been working since 2012 at international and EU level on the whole value chain. She has substantial expertise in research project management and dissemination, communication, marketing for projects under FP7, H2020 in the area of Health, Aeronautics, NMP as well as IMI2.
Claudia Speiser has studied Geophysics and Mineralogy at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich with the main focus on Theoretical Physics. She completed her PhD in Chemistry (Applied Mineralogy) at the Technical University of Munich. Additionally, Claudia is graduated in Business Economics (IWW) at the FernUniversität Hagen.
Since 2006 Claudia Speiser has been working as international project manager and consultant on the whole value chain: her experience ranges from project conception, grant applications, contract negotiations, project and finance controlling, reporting, risk management and public relations. She has substantial expertise in research project management for projects under FP6, FP7, H2020 in the area of Health, Security as well as IMI.