New Training Session Warzaw
Ingemar Pongratz and Sofia Kuhn will support the Centre for Science and Research Management from Speyer, Germany in a training workshop in Warzaw, Poland September 21-22.
Ingemar Pongratz and Sofia Kuhn will together with Dr Ulrike Trojahn from Eurice in Saarbrucken will present the latest developments on the European Research Area, Horizon 2020,EU Project Management and EU Project Communication as well as how to prepare and evaluate research proposals.
Ingemar Pongratz is a consultant with a long proven record of EU project development, project coordination and EU Communication.
Previous project experience include FP6 instruments such as STREPS, Integrated projects and Network of Excellence, FP7 collaborative projects and Marie Curie networks and programmes. Ingemar Pongratz has successfully secured over 70 Million EUR (500 Million SEK) to Pongratz Consulting clients and organizations in several EU funded activities.
All projects included consortia development, proposal administration and planning, negotiation, coordination, planning of communication activities within the consortium and with project stakeholders.
In addition Ingemar Pongratz has long track record in EU project Communication and has collaborated with several organizations to communicate EU funded research results to the general public and consumers. Ingemar Pongratz has also organized several workshops, seminars and EU Parliament debates. For this work Ingemar Pongratz received the Communication Star Prize from the European Commission in 2011
Ingemar Pongratz has also a strong background in research has a degree in Biochemistry and a PhD in Molecular Biology and has provided seminal research findings in the area of molecular toxicology and molecular nutrition. Ingemar Pongratz has 40+ scientific papers in peer reviewed scientific journals, several book chapters and is Editor of one book, which highlights the effects of Chemical Contaminants in Food.
Ingemar Pongratz has successfully supervised several postdoctoral researchers and several Ph D students, all the way to Thesis defence.