Partner 15 - ARTTIC
Phone: +33 1 53 94 54 72
Fax: +33 1 53 94 54 70
ARTTIC assists clients from all business and research sectors, small and large, private and public, to ensure the success of their collaborative research and innovation ventures. During close to 30 years of success, ARTTIC developed and demonstrated expertise in the set-up and management of more than 300 large-scale ambitious projects. Based on its long-standing experience in a range of funding programmes across scientific and technological domains, ARTTIC helps clients to move from strategic plans to effective competitive research and development of innovative solutions, resulting in successful applications and high-performance businesses.
Founded in Paris in 1987, ARTTIC is now a group of companies with main offices in France (Paris and Toulouse), Germany (Munich and Berlin), Belgium (Brussels), England (Derby) and Israel (Tel Aviv). In 2015, ARTTIC has been ranked first SME in Europe by the European Commission considering the number of grant agreements signed by ARTTIC.
In CFMATTERS, ARTTIC supports the project coordinator in the operational project management tasks as well as dissemination activities.
Key staff involved in the project
Bianca Lenhard is a project manager at ARTTIC. She obtained her university degree in English and Geography from the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, where she also worked as a research assistant at two different chairs, including Germany’s highest ranked chair for English didactics. Upon graduating she gained her first experience as a project manager in an IT Start-up after which she went on to work as a project manager for EU-funded research projects. Through her work supporting FP7 projects as well as H2020 proposals, she has years of experience managing research projects. With her experience as well as her knowledge of intercultural communication, she brings into the projects not only profound knowledge of all involved processes and instruments but also the expertise to manage cross-cultural communication.
Carlos Triay is a senior consultant working with ARTTIC in Paris since June 1996. He holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Mechanical Engineering Degrees from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (USA). He is experienced in co-ordinating large networks and projects of technical and scientific experts in the fields of health, transportation, nano-technologies, high performance computing, e-learning, e-commerce and smart cards. He worked for Bureau Veritas in France from 1989 to 1996 on its Research and Development Centre, for the Industry International Division, and for its R.A.M.S. unit. As a Research Engineer, he worked on National and International Projects concerning non-homogeneous materials and computer simulation and modelling. He worked in the past for McNeil Company (1985, 1986), a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson, on the qualification and certification of pharmaceutical equipment and installations in Las Piedras, Puerto Rico, and with Bermudez & Longo (1987), an engineering firm in Puerto Rico, where he managed projects aimed at the upgrading of waste water treatment plants.