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Joint Selection Committee – JSC

The National Coordination Unit (NCU) designates the Polish members of the Joint Selection Committee. Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)/Swiss Contribution Office (SCO) designates the Swiss representatives of the Committee. The primary task of the Joint Selection Committee is to consider the results of the peer reviews, to select and to take the final decision on the Project proposals. Additionally the Joint Selection Committee will participate in the determining of Project selection criteria; it will be consulted in the conditions of the calls and in the organization of reviews and evaluations. Moreover its objective is to monitor the selection process, provide and receive general information on the development of the Programme, and identify additional measures.

The Joint Selection Committee is a scientific panel. It is constituted by 3 Polish and 3 Swiss members, including a Polish chair and a Swiss co-chair. Members are legitimated representatives of umbrella organizations of national research institutions and research authorities. NCU and SDC/SCO will have the possibility to participate as observers in the Joint Selection Committee.

The Joint Selection Committee members:

from Poland :

prof. dr hab. czł. koresp. PAN Leszek Jan Kaczmarek

prof. dr hab. Mieczysław Jałochowski

prof. dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Zieliński

from Switzerland:

prof. Marc Ilegems

prof. Rene Schwarzenbach

prof. Walter Wahli

 
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