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 PRECIOUS, ARTTIC supports the project coordinator in the operational project management tasks as well as dissemination activities.
Key staff involved in the project
Isabella Bertmann is an International Project Manager with several years of experience. Her expertise includes the comprehensive project management of EC-funded research projects (H2020 and FP7), i.e. project administration, finance controlling, contractual management and reporting as well as communication and dissemination activities. Isabella Bertmann studied Political Science, English and Spanish (M.A.) at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster and Macquarie University, Sydney.
Sara Skogsater, Senior Consultant, joined ARTTIC in January 2005. In particular, she has worked on proposals and projects within the theme Health and Life sciences in different research areas such as RNAi, toxicology, stem cells, iPSCs, drug development, infectious diseases, oncology, neurodegenerative diseases and neural injury.
Sara advises and manages all aspects related to the building and management of a collaborative project, such as the collaborative design, the proposal writing, the budget setup, the operational, financial and contractual follow-up once the project started, the consortium management and the communication and reporting towards the European Commission. The quality of her work has been recognised notably by the ESNATS (FP7) consortium who officially acknowledges her excellent coordination capabilities in one of their scientific publications.
Sara holds a Master of Science in International Business from the Gothenburg School of Economics and Commerical Law, Sweden.