Created in 1987, ARTTIC is an independent European provider of management services, especially in the area of large international collaborative R&D projects. ARTTIC is a set of companies based in France, Belgium, Germany, UK and Israel. ARTTIC is an SME with a total workforce of about 60 persons.
ARTTIC provides specific and practical help with all aspects of international R&D projects. Services include helping clients to establish project feasibility; finding international participants; establishing consortia; managing the proposal development activities; helping negotiate contracts; taking charge of all non-technical management aspects of running projects and helping to disseminate and exploit successful project results.
ARTTIC is currently participating in several FP7 integrated and small/medium size projects. In the field of Transport, ARTTIC is involved in several land transport projects as well several large aeronautics projects:
LEMCOTEC (new engine architectures), MAAXIMUS (composite), ASHLEY (avionics systems), TOICA (aircraft design), ACTUATION 2015 (electric actuators), HAIC (icing) and LOCOMACHS (composite). ARTTIC is also involved in several FP7 L1 aeronautics projects (IMPACT-AE, FACTOR, FIRST, SOLAR-JET). Moreover, ARTTIC is much involved in the current Horizon 2020 programme.
ARTTIC will be in charge of the project office in work package 9. ARTTIC will provide methods and tools to support the collaboration within the consortium and to manage the project. ARTTIC will support the consortium in the daily administrative and contractual tasks to ensure the collaboration is working, the project is properly monitored and decisions and actions are prepared and taken according to the project progress and contractual obligations. An important aspect of the role of ARTTIC is also to simplify as much as possible the contractual work requested from the researchers and to develop a collaborative spirit inside the consortium.
ARTTIC will also support the project dissemination and demonstration activities of work package 8 by providing the project public website and communication kit and assisting with the logistical aspects. With respect to exploitation activities, ARTTIC will also maintain the ESPRIT nowledge portfolio and will act the project IPR helpdesk.
HART Hugo, male, is senior consultant at ARTTIC. He has been working in France since 1992. He has more than 12 years’ experience working in international engineering projects. The first 6 years, within the French Nuclear Engineering group COGEMA, were as a manufacturing engineer working as a member of several project teams, after which he moved into a Project Manager role for overseas turnkey projects in Africa and Asia within SOFREAVIA and its subsidiaries. Hugo joined ARTTIC in February 2004 to provide support to Airbus in his capacity as Project Manager within the VIVACE Project Management Office. Hugo has subsequently been involved in the submission and negotiation phases of MOET and, more recently in FP7, been in charge of the submission of PLASMAERO, MAAXIMUS, CRESCENDO, HAIC, LOCOMACHS, TOICA and STORM. Hugo supervises several aerospace projects including more recently QI2S and MacSpace. Hugo is a graduate of Portsmouth Polytechnic and the Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs of Saint Etienne, and holds a Masters of Engineering degree in Manufacturing Systems Engineering and a Diplôme d’Ingénieur in Mechanical Engineering.
Hugo Hart is in charge of the ARTTIC office in Toulouse and coordinates SPACE related activities in ARTTIC.
Géraud Moulas, male, graduated in Physical Engineering at Ecole Superieur de Physique et Chimie, Paris in 2004 and received his PhD in Solid State Physics in 2008 from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Following his academic path, he was involved in the management of several projects including 2 FP7 projects in the field of micro/biotechnology and augmented reality and various aerospace projects where he contributed more to the proposal phase both on the financial, management and technical parts. His management skills were reinforced in January 2015 when he received the PMP project management certificate from the Project Management Institute. He joined ARTTIC in September 2015 and holds the position of Project Manager.
This is the article presented by Richard Mounce and John Nelson at the UTSG communication event in Glasgow in Jauary 2017.pdf : UTSG Glasgow in January 2017 (article)