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Created in 1987, ARTTIC is a European provider of management services for international collaborative R&D projects. The ARTTIC group comprises several companies based in France, Belgium, Germany, UK and Israel. ARTTIC's total staff adds up to about 50 persons, all specialised in the provision of advice and practical assistance in all aspects of international R&D collaborations. Services include helping clients to elaborate their strategy for private-public R&D partnerships, analysing project feasibility, managing proposal development, finding partners to establish international consortia, helping to settle contracts, taking care of project management and helping to successfully disseminate and exploit project results.

  • Key staff involved in the project (For more detailed information see the  Who-is-Who-Book)


Annette Ringwald, Senior Consultant at ARTTIC, Annette is currently in charge of several FP7 projects in the Health theme as part of the “Management Office” of these projects, among which the FP7 IPs “ESNATS” and “DETECTIVE”. Annette managed several IST and Life Sciences projects in FP5 and FP6 and prepared successfully proposals for the FP6/FP7 Life Programme/Health Theme. Before joining ARTTIC, Annette worked in the field of international communications.



Valérie Mellier has a wide experience in project facilitation and management. For 5 years, she was Project Manager at Groupe Cap Gemini Sogeti leading informatics projects in the fields of aerospace and accounting information systems. At ARTTIC, for the last twenty years, Valérie has been managing many projects in different programmes (FP4-FP7, ESPRIT, ACTS, AAL and EUREKA) in various technological and educational sectors. Valérie holds three Master's degrees in Computer Science, Company Management and Training Management. In DETECTIVE, Valérie takes care of the day-to-day project management.


Rosila Farret served as a Project Assistant at Egis Avia (Issy-les-Moulineaux, France) for 5 years. Within the Airport consulting and engineering unit, she assisted with special projects linked to Air Traffic Management and Airport. She also worked at the Vision Institute (Paris, France) as an Administrative Assistant where she served as liaison to all Human Resources related issues, organized various scientific seminars and assisted both Programs and Platforms Directors. Rosila grew up in multilingual environment and studied in Europe for many years. She holds a University Technology Diploma and a Master’s degree in English with which she performed as a teacher for 5 years. She has been recruited by ARTTIC as Project  Administrator and is involved in different projects.


Further information: www.arttic.com