Who we are

Participants

Consortium member Legal entity short name Country Dept/Division/Laboratory Scientist-in-Charge
Beneficiaries
Key IMPACT Area: SCIMS fundamental science
1.University of Birmingham UoB UK Physics and Astronomy Dr. Chris A. Mayhew
2.Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Research Institute HIPC CZ J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry Professor Patrik Spanel
Key IMPACT Area: SCIMS instrumental and software development
3.IONICON Analytik GmbH ION AUT Applied Science Department Dr. Simone Jürschik
4.KORE Technology Ltd. KORE UK N/A Dr. Fraser Reich
Key IMPACT AREA: SCIMS applications
5.Comenius University CU SK Department of Experimental Physics Professor Stefan Matejcik
6.Centre national de la recherche scientifique CNRS FRA Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement Professor Valerie Gros
7.Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften e.V. MPG DEU Institut für Chemie Professor Jonathan Williams
8.Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen RUN NL Molecular and Laser Physics Dr. Simona Cristescu
9.Universitätsmedizin Rostock UMR DEU University Medical Centre Professor Jochen Schubert
10.Universität Innsbruck UIBK AUT University of Innsbruck Professor Karl Unterkofler
Partner organisations
Key IMPACT Area: SCIMS users (*) & commercial instrumental manufacturers
1.Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (IMS, Ptr -MS) (*) DSTL UK Fort Halstead Dr. Peter Hickey
2.FZMB GmbH
(IMS) (*)
FZMB DEU Forschungszentrum für Medizintechnik und
Biotechnologie
Dr. Carmen Klein
3.MaSa Tech s.r.o. MASA SK N/A Professor Marian Masar
4.Open University (SIFT-MS) (*) OU UK Faculty of Science Dr. Claire Turner
5.OWLSTONE
(FAIMS/IMS)
OWL UK Dr. Billy Boyle
6.Smiths Detection Ltd
(IMS, IMS-MS)
Smiths UK Dr. Alex McNeish
7.Syft Technologies Ltd.
(SIFT-MS)
Syft NZ Professor Murray McEwan
8.Tracer Measurement Systems Ltd.
(SIFT-MS, Ptr -MS)
TMS UK Dr. John Thompson
9.Waters Corporation Waters UK Dr. Kevin Giles
10.Wehrwissenschaftliches Institut für Schutztechnologien (*) WIS DEU Dr. Joachim Ringer
Key IMPACT Areas: Communication, dissemination, outreach, exploitation, business and transferable skills
11.Business Consultant:
Anna Buxaderas Riorola
ABR ES Ms. Anna Buxaderas Riorola
12.Scriptoria Scriptoria UK Dr. Sandra Williams

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Management structure

IMPACT will be managed through three committees: (1) a governing committee called the Supervisory Board (SB); (2) a Research, Development and Exploitation Committee (RC); and (3) a Training, Outreach & Dissemination Committee (TC). Committees will meet in advance of networking events, to ensure that feedback is provided to ESRs during these events. An Independent Advisor and Reviewer (IAR) will be appointed (Professor John Dyke, University of Southampton) to assess the progress and success of the network. The roles of these committees and the participants and the interaction between each of these and the IAR are described in detail below. Two ESRs will be elected annually onto the SB, RC and TC by their peer group so that their views can be expressed and to take more ownership of the network. Meetings will consist of an open discussion when ESRs can be present, followed by a confidential session when ESRs may be asked to leave (e.g. when sensitive matters need to be dealt with).

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