SAGEX management structure

SAGEX management structure

The SAGEX project is overseen by the Scientific Co-ordinator, and managed through a variety of boards and task groups. The organisational structure of the project can be visualised as follows:

SAGEX organisational structure diagram.

Scientific Co-ordinator

Lead scientist and ultimately responsible for the successful delivery of the SAGEX project.

Gabriele Travaglini (Queen Mary University of London).

Project Manager

Provides administrative support to the Scientific Co-ordinator and wider network.

Mary Thomas (Queen Mary University of London).

Supervisory Board

Formal body responsible for the overall functioning of the Network.

Chair: Gabriele Travaglini (Queen Mary University of London).

Members: Charalampos Anastasiou (ETH Zurich), Zvi Bern (UCLA), Emil Bjerrum-Bohr (University of Copenhagen), Ruth Britto (Trinity College Dublin), David Kosower (CEA Saclay), Lance Dixon (SLAC), Ekaterina Eremenko (EEF), Jürgen Gerhard (Maplesoft), Roger Germundsson (Wolfram Research), Paul Heslop (Durham University), Lionel Mason (University of Oxford), Susanne Milde (Milde Marketing Science Communications), Sven-Olaf Moch (University of Hamburg), Ove Scavenius (Danske Bank), Carsten Schneider (RISC), Volker Schomerus (DESY), Peter Schrøder (Maersk Tankers), Matthias Staudacher (Humboldt University Berlin), Jeremie Abiteboul (DreamQuark).

Steering Committee

Co-ordinates and monitors the task groups, in addition to providing ad-hoc advice to the Scientific Co-ordinator in between meetings of the Supervisory Board.

Chair: Gabriele Travaglini (Queen Mary University of London).

Members: Ruth Britto (Trinity College Dublin), John Joseph Carrasco (Northwestern University and CEA Saclay), Patrick Dorey (Durham University), Paul Heslop (Durham University), Jan Plefka (Humboldt University Berlin), Volker Schomerus (DESY), Matthias Staudacher (Humboldt University Berlin).

Website Task Group

Responsible for creating and maintaining the public SAGEX website and the repository.

Chair: Patrick Dorey (Durham University).

Members: Andreas Brandhuber(Queen Mary University of London), John Joseph Carrasco (Northwestern University and CEA Saclay), Tristan McLoughlin (Trinity College Dublin).

Mentoring Task Group

Responsible for co-ordinating and monitoring ESR secondments, Career Development Plans and progress reports.

Chair: Jan Plefka (Humboldt University Berlin).

Members: Johannes Bluemlein (DESY), Paul Heslop (Durham University), Sven-Olaf Moch (University of Hamburg), Carsten Schneider (RISC), Chris White (Queen Mary University of London).

Hiring Task Group

Co-ordinates and monitors the ESR hiring process.

Chair: Ruth Britto (Trinity College Dublin).

Members: Patrick Dorey (Durham University), Volker Schomerus (DESY), Gabriele Travaglini (Queen Mary University of London).

Outreach Task Group

Co-ordinates and monitors the interactions between the network and the wider public, with particular attention to the involvement of the ESRs in outreach activities.

Chair: Matthias Staudacher (Humboldt University Berlin).

Members: Emil Bjerrum-Bohr (University of Copenhagen), Ekaterina Eremenko (EEF), Jenna Lane (Queen Mary University of London), Susanne Milde (Milde Marketing Science Communication), Ricardo Monteiro (Queen Mary University of London).

Network Training Task Group

Responsible for developing and delivering the scientific and soft-skills curriculum through network-wide events.

Chair: Volker Schomerus (DESY)

Members: Poul Damgaard (University of Copenhagen), David Kosower (CEA Saclay).

ESR representative: Sebastian Pögel (CEA Saclay).

Young Researcher Committee

A forum for the ESRs to air their views, suggest changes or activities and feed back to the Supervisory Board.

Chair: Ingrid Holm (CEA Saclay).

Additional Supervisory Board representatives: Kays Haddad (University of Copenhagen), Luke Corcoran.

Members: All ESRs.