ATHENA Research and Innovation Coordinators

ATHENA Research and Innovation Coordinators

ATHENA Research and Innovation Coordinators (ARICs) are individuals from each partner university being in the role of  Regional entry points (defined in the R&D model) or/and Liaison officers. ARICs are forming a network of highly operational professionals available to researchers, companies or anyone seeking research collaboration connections. 

Ricardo Almeida

Polythecnic Institute of Porto, Portugal

Transfer office, Entrepreneurship Center, Career Service

José Benito Rodríguez González

University of Vigo, Spain

Vigo University Research Support Centers

Magdalena Dzirba

Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland

International Cooperation Center

Jens Jacobs

University of Siegen, ConnectUS, Germany

Transfer office, Entrepreneurship Center, Career Service

Jelena Kabulova

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

Science and Research Office

Emmanuel Kymakis

Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece

Head of Institute of Emerging Technologies of the HMU Center for Research & Innovation

Kristof Van Laerhoven

University of Siegen, Germany

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Tina Mesarič

University of Maribor, Slovenia

Head of the Knowledge and Technology Transfer Office

Ilaria Mileti

Niccolò Cusano University

Mechanical Measurements and Mechatronics Laboratory

María Talavera

University of Vigo, Spain

Inorganic chemistry department

Aurélien Montagu

University of Orléans, France

Le Studium Loire Valley Institute for Advanced Studies

Claudia Pacher

Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (assoc. partner), Austria

Management CUAS Research

Olga Pliszczyńska-Mokijewska

Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland

Head of International Cooperation Center

ATHENA Research Board

The ATHENA Research Board is a Governing body within the ATHENA research section, which focuses on planning and decisions concerning research priorities and synergies within ATHENA. Details and members are listed on the ATHENA Research Board website.