Project planning and work plan design

December 21, 2004

Brussels, 20 Dec 2004

A workshop on project planning and work plan design in the context of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) will take place in Hamburg, Germany, on 8 February.

Through a combination of presentations and practical work the event will seek to give an understanding of what a project plan communicates to project participants, project evaluators and European Commission project officers.

The workshop is particularly suitable for those who wish to apply project planning techniques to EU funded research projects, and for those who have little proposal development experience.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http:///tutech.net/euworkshops


or contact:
Ingeborg Meyer-Gaffke
E-mail: euoffice@tutech.de
Remarks: The workshop will be conducted in English

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