This WP supports the overall coordination of the Project work for its entire duration.
provide general management and technical leadership of the project.
ensure that the project’s results are properly communicated to related Projects in the FP7, to the scientific community and to relevant business actors.
ensure coordination of workflow and administrative/financial management for project operations (general project management);
ensure that the project’s results are properly managed from the viewpoint of IPRs, ethics of Project conduct and exploitation of results;
intervene through risk management procedures in the event of deviations from planned work
provide strategic guidance for the project also in terms of liaison with relevant stakeholders or complementary initiatives, and manage relations (including complete and timely reporting) with the European Commission;
organise common resources, such as the facilities for a Software Repository, a Document Exchange cloud, etc.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK
The Management Model proposed for OCTAVE is based on well-established principles of peer collaboration among different organizations:
all participants will collaborate to achieve common objectives, by sharing experience and know-how, and complementing different skills;
the work plan will be organized in a goal-oriented way;
the decision process will be based on consensus-building and on clear rules for decision-making in two perspectives: technical; business/administrative/financial.
The WP is organised into two parallel tasks, strongly dependent from each other, spanning over the entire duration of the project:
General Management, directed by the Project Manager
Technical Coordination, directed by the Technical Leader
ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN MERIT OF WP 1
Specific management results related to the project application domain
Partner consensus gathering on user trial design, compatible with EC regulations and with national regulations on Personal Data Protection
Notifications of user trials to National Data Protection Authorities
Coordination of pair-wise mutual agreements among Partners for control and processing of user biometirc data involved in the trials
Production of user consent forms, for the different laboratory experiments and application trials foreseen in the Project
Interfacing the Project Ethical Committee
Interfacing the Project Security Committee
General purpose management results
Technical leadership and general managment have been carried out according to best practices and to all Partners’ satisfaction
Proactivity, timeliness, and flexible adaptation to unforeseen circumstances have caracterised the operations
OCTAVE will deliver an access control platform through a trusted biometric authentication service (TBAS) for use in data-sensitive and mission-critical ...
Sebastiano Trigilareceived his Licence Degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” on 1980. Since 1980 he has been working at FUB under different roles: research group leader (1987-2002), coordinator of National Ministry of Communications Programs (2002-2007). Currently he is technical staff member of the Directorate of Research at FUB and Deputy Vice President of HD Forum Italia, an Association committed with the uptake of High Definition and Ultra HD Definition TV in Italy. He is also technical coordinator, on behalf of the Directorate General for Radiospectrum Planning and Management, of the Ministry of Economic Development, of a five-year monitoring activity (2013-2017) on energetic performance of the Mobile Networks run by operators winners of the 2011 LTE Auction. Recently, he has acted as Financial Manager, in particular for DOMINO Project (2010-2012) JLS/CIPS Programme of the European Commission), and IRMA Project (2010-2012) European Regional Development Fund Program). He served as FUB delegate to CEPT, ITU and ISO committees and working groups, and as coordinator of several EU-funded projects (CTS, RACE, ACTS, IST Programs from 1989 to 2002). He was technical coordinator of the national Project “Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television” (2002-2006), awarded to FUB by the Ministry of Communications, and the Chief Project Officer for the National Program of the Trial Projects for T-Government services to the citizens for the Ministry of Communications (2005-2007). He also authored about one hundred and twenty papers.