Well, actually, I do not know a lot about science. In the SUBLIME project I’m supporting the consortium with all administrative and financial issues. No scientific background is needed for that.
As I did not become a scientist, I am what I am: an assistant. An assistant for the consortium partners, the project as a whole, and for all other issues within the company.
In the office I love to be at the front desk, knowing exactly what is going on in the company in order to assist all in the best way possible. Outside of work, my favorite place is a dancefloor. Preferably with a partner, twirling around to Latin music, like Zouk, Salsa, Bachata, etc.
In the SUBLIME project, I’m supporting the coordinator and the consortium with all administrative and financial issues.
As so many different companies are working together to achieve the set goals, I know for sure that better results will be acquired than would be the case if just one organization would try it. This cooperation is the part I love in these kinds of projects.
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