CU is the co-ordinator of the CSI-COP project. CU will manage the project and coordinate its activities throughout the three years. CU will pay special attention to the quality of the research under each project objective, and ensure that CSI-COP is successful in meeting milestones within the project, and achieving its specific project objectives. It will closely follow-up the implementation of all tasks and ensure highest standards in the organisation of project events.
In addition to project management CU will produce two societal impact assessment reports (Task 1.3), one mid-way in the project and one at the end with the final project report public leads CU will participate in tasks in work package 2 (Framework for Citizen Science Engagement). In work package 3 (Recruitment and Training Citizen Scientists), CU will organise one of the training workshops (Task 3.2.1). In work package 4 (Citizen Science Investigating GDPR compliance) CU will lead Task 4.2 (Citizen Scientists Apps Investigations), and in work package 5 (Open-access Knowledge resource of Digital Trackers), CU will lead Task 5.2 (creating a repository of trackers in cookies and apps). In work package 6 (Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation) CU will lead Task 6.1 (development of project website with citizen science forum), participate in Tasks 6.2 (communication activities) and 6.3 (main project dissemination event). CU will organise one of the citizen science-stakeholder cafés as part of Task 6.4, and organise one of the Parent-Teacher Round tables in Task 6.5.
UPAT will contribute to all CSI-COP work packages, the main tasks involve leading WP3. Lead the partners involved in recruiting and training a community of citizen scientists and organize one of the six training workshops in Task 3.2 in Patras to train the citizen scientists to conduct the planned investigation.