EUMER EUropean Maritime Environmental Research


The project management of a coastal EUMER laboratory is a fundamental component to ensure the success of research projects and the development of innovative solutions for the protection and management of coasts, port design, renewable energy use planning, and environmental impact assessment.Project management activities begin with planning and defining project objectives, through the definition of a work plan and budget. Once project objectives have been defined, it is important to assign roles and responsibilities to research team members, establishing a clear division of labor and deadlines.Risk management and the definition of a contingency plan are also crucial, as they allow for the anticipation of any obstacles that could compromise the success of the project and identify the necessary measures to mitigate or avoid them altogether.Data collection and analysis represent another important activity, to monitor the progress of the project and evaluate the results obtained. Communication with project partners and stakeholders, through the presentation of periodic reports or dedicated meetings, is another crucial component to ensure effective collaboration and maintain stakeholder involvement.Finally, the evaluation of project results and the dissemination of acquired knowledge represent a key aspect of project management. Once the project is completed, it is important to analyze the results obtained and evaluate if the initial objectives have been achieved. Additionally, it is important to disseminate the acquired knowledge through the publication of academic papers, participation in conferences and workshops, and the creation of communication tools such as videos, infographics, and other media.

  • Project and Program Management

  • Project scope definition

  • Schedule and budget preparation, control and reporting

  • Progress reporting

  • Employers Representative

  • Contract Administration

  • Value Engineering

  • Risk Management