A Jury of international experts

The GreenWin Jury of international experts is tasked with (for each call for projects) evaluating, in an independent manner, the R&D projects submitted to the Cluster, recommending to the Cluster those which justify making an application for funding to the regional authorities.

The international experts who make up the jury are chosen by the GreenWin Operations Unit depending on the technical domains targeted by the projects to be evaluated and from outside the Wallonia Region in order to ensure complete independence.

The Jury combines cutting-edge scientific expertise in the technical fields concerned with excellent knowledge of the industrial implications of reclamation for the targeted markets.

The designated experts also contribute to the definition of the Cluster by taking part in technological and economic intelligence gathering. They issue a recommendation on the adaptations that could be made to the strategy deployed. They thus constitute a Recommendations Committee and play a consultative role for the benefit of the Administrative Council.

With regard to confidentiality, each expert signs a non-disclosure agreement. Furthermore, the names of the bodies to which the experts belong are always communicated to project sponsors and may be a reason for rejection.

The list below names the experts designated for previous calls.

Body to which the expert belongs Countries
Bureau de recherches géologiques et minières( BRGM) France
Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu France
Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment (CSTB) France
CNRS, Paris France
Dupont de Nemours Luxembourg
Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Limoges France
Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes France
Grenoble INP-Pagora France
LIST (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology) Luxembourg
INEOS Olefins & Polymers Belgium
INRIA Cybercars France
INSA (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées) France
Institut National de Recherche & Développement de Roumanie Romania
Institut Pasteur France
Intertek-RDC Belgium
KUL Belgium
Solvay Luxembourg
UNIFAP, association d’industriels de la peinture France
Université de Gand Belgium
Université de La Rochelle France
Université de Montréal Canada
Université Paris Sud France
Université Polytechnique de Turin, Département Sciences des Matériaux et Engineering Chimique Italy
Ville de Marseille France
Vinnova Sweden
VITO (Institut Flamand de Recherche Technologique) Belgium
Vrij Universiteit Brussel Belgium