WP1 - Project Management and Coordination

The objective of this work package is the coordination of the research, research exchange, budget, and dissemination and commercialisation of the research outcomes. The tasks focus on building a strong and dynamic internal network for communication and knowledge sharing, and an accessible interface for the global dissemination of information generated within the project, focusing content towards external organisations, industries and researchers who would benefit from the research results generated in this project. Management will ensure a high quality of research arising from exchange visits, build synergistic links and staff exchange, facilitate interactions with new users and clients, and provide access to new global markets. 


Our research outcomes will be made available on Publications

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº777823

About the Project >

Tailor-made Recycled Aggregate Concrete (TRAC) is funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº777823. The aim of this project is to develop tailor-made concretes by using recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) for structural applications to promote the increased use of RCA in civil infrastructure projects, particularly in marine environment which is currently restricted. This RISE project will bring together an international team of researchers with a wide variety of skills in concrete research, to tackle the challenges faced by the construction industry. The project involves five partners (two from the Europe and three from the third countries) with an extensive exchange of researchers over four years (1 July 2018 - 30 June 2022). 

Contact >

Dr Shanshan Cheng

009 Reynolds Building

School of Engineering

University of Plymouth

Plymouth, UK


T: +44 (0) 1752 586112

E: shanshan.cheng@plymouth.ac.uk

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