The central element of the DYLAN management structure was the Project Coordination Team (PCT) at the interface between the European Commission and the DYLAN Consortium. The PCT interacted closely with the bottom-up structured project scientific steering, and with a project management cluster consisting of target-specific teams. The Project Advisory Board was the external advisory to the Consortium.
The Project Coordination Team (PCT) included the Project Coordinator, the Project Manager and two Deputy Project Coordinators (DPCs).
Project Coordinator (PC)
Prof. Anne-Claude Berthoud, University of Lausanne, Switzerland (partner 1) was coordinator for the project.
Deputy Project Coordinators (DPCs)
Two Deputy Project Coordinators (DPCs) collaborated with the PC and the PM in overseeing and coordinating the project:
• Prof. François Grin, University of Geneva (partner 3) served as DPC 1.
• Prof. Georges Lüdi, University of Basel (partner 4) served as DPC 2.
Project Manager (PM)
Dr. Kirsten Leufgen, SCIPROM (partner 2), co-founder of SCIPROM, an SME specialised in scientific project management, served as PM for the project.