To succeed in the highly competitive field of Horizon Europe proposals & project management, one needs to be well organised, know what needs to be done, manage resources wisely, and collaborate efficiently. We specialise in exactly that.
Working extensively in the EU funding sphere since 2010, Carl Steinbeißer founded the company in 2016 and we don't forget why we do what we do:
From proposals to the sustainability of project results, our mission is to reduce the burden for researchers and empower them to collaborate efficiently.
To succeed in the highly competitive field of Horizon Europe proposals & project management, one needs to be well organised, know what needs to be done, manage resources wisely, and collaborate efficiently. We specialise in that.
Working extensively in the EU funding sphere since 2010, Carl Steinbeißer founded the company in 2016 and has since lent his expertise to several high-impact research projects.
Anastasia is a researcher in the field of cellular biophysics. Currently she is doing her doctorate in the Biomedical Centre, LMU. Anastasia contributed to several scientific peer reviewed publications in membrane biophysics. In addition she had worked as a regulatory affairs manager in pharmaceutical consultancy group Orphix in München, where she acquired experience in regulatory application submission as well as project management.
Siddhanth is a graduate in Genetic Engineering and later studied Evolution, Ecology, and Systematics at LMU, Munich. He has worked at Cerebrus, a knowledge consulting startup, where he gained experience in venture development. After multiple stints in life science research, he decided to tread down the path of research project management.
"I have been involved in over 100 major international projects and I say without hesitation that Carl was the best project manager that I have ever worked with. His attention to detail and preparation of all administrative aspects of the projects was superb. His attitude has always been professional, courteous, unassuming and non-officious. He has been a pleasure to work with."
Prof. Richard O. Sinnott / Director eResearch University of Melbourne
"Rarely do you come across someone who is talented at both big picture ideas and executing the small details."
Dr. Sascha Sauer / Max-Delbrück Centre for molecular Medicine / coordinator of the ESGI project
"I can strongly recommend him and his company for any endeavour in the field of publicly funded research projects as well as in joint projects with academy and industry. In fact, choosing him was one of the best decisions I have made in the composition of our project."
Mats Hansson / Director - Centre for Research Ethics and Bioethics at Uppsala University / coordinator of IMI project PREFER