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Structure for CPACT Phase II from July 2001

Structure for CPACT Phase II from July 2001

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Structure for CPACT Phase II from July 2001

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  1. Structure for CPACT Phase II from July 2001

  2. Proposed Structure

  3. Industrial Application Theme Groups • A Theme represents a generic problem area within industrial process operation. • A Theme Group will advise on the research activities required to satisfy the specific needs of a Theme. • The Group will propose projects, within a theme, to the Steering Committee for approval and resource allocation. • A project will be assessed against a set of project selection criteria, which will be designed to ensure both benefit to the member companies and which for future evaluation of project success. • The Group will also review progress of on-going projects.

  4. Industrial Application Theme Groups • The Group members will consist of "problem owners" (e.g. plant managers, plant engineers, chemists, etc.) as well as technical specialists (i.e. industrialists and relevant academic(s)) and the CPACT Director. • Each Theme group will meet on a six-monthly basis. • The Group will not provide technical input or direction to the individual project teams.

  5. Proposed Structure

  6. Technology Teams • Technology Teams will comprise the relevant academics, associated Ph.D. students and/or PDRA's and industrial members with expertise in the technology. • The technology teams will provide expertise across a range of disciplines with the potential to support the activities within all of the Themes. • It is envisaged that the members of a particular Technology Team will participate in the activities of a number of projects.

  7. Proposed Structure

  8. Project Teams • Two types of projects exist • Research Projects • Technology Transfer Projects

  9. Research Projects • The primary purpose of research projects is to develop new techniques or methodologies for which an industrial challenge has been identified. • The Project Team will include Industrial Representative(s) and members of the required Technology Teams, including the appropriate Academic leaders. • The Industrial Representative's will ensure alignment of the research with the industrial requirements and where appropriate will provide technical input. • Both industrial and academic members will be able to submit project proposals to the appropriate Theme group.

  10. Technology Transfer Projects • Technology Transfer projects will implement/demonstrate existing technology, or technology developed within a Research Project, within a member company. • Industrial members (end user and vendor organisations) will submit technology transfer project proposals. • These "proof of concept" projects may be proprietary in nature, on the condition that full details of the "generic learning" are reported back to the CPACT membership. • Technology Transfer teams will consist of an Industrial Facilitator, an Academic Leader and the appropriate PDRA/Ph.D. student.

  11. Technology Transfer Projects • The Industrial Facilitator will be responsible for identifying within their own organisation the resources required to implement the technology transfer and to ensure that these resources are made available. • The Industrial Facilitator will arrange access for the PDRA/Ph.D. student.

  12. Project Teams • Project Team’s will meet as and when required with project progress being reported back to the Theme Group under which the project was proposed.

  13. Proposed Structure

  14. End of presentation