Interdisciplinary project assessment

In today’s interdisciplinary research environment, we lay great importance in the evaluation and quality assurance of research projects through a set of controls directed to the facilitation and moderation of the communication across disciplinary boundaries and the translation between disciplinary languages on the one side, and also to the classical assessment of the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, sustainability and impact of the project on the other side.

Towards this, specific measurable criteria are developed to consider all outputs and results of a project from Day One, so that corrective actions can be applied with minimal effect in the overall performance, when needed. A final evaluation report incorporates an assessment of the project’s follow-up potential and courses of further actions, as well as a set of conclusions on the project’s possible interdisciplinary process.

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