Organizational Structure

CGC Global Organisation
Prof_Prasad
CGC President

Ramjee Prasad, Aarhus University, Denmark

The CGC president’s role is to make CGC into a global, stable, non-profit organization with the aim of having 50 CGC Divisions in 2025 and many members. The CGC president chairs the steering committee and advisory board. The CGC president is appointed by election by steering board for 5 years term and it may be extended for additional one term. Thus, the president will be maximum for 10 years.
The president will appoint two vice presidents, one heading the administration, finance and business ecosystem, the other heading technology, innovation and research – The Research Thematic Areas

Peter-Lindgren
CGC Vice President
Horizontal Thematic Area Administration & Business Ecosystem

Peter Lindgren, Aarhus University B-Tech, Denmark

The CGC Vice President of Administration and Business Ecosystem role is to grow CGC Business and to develop the Horizontal business areas, including CGC global Human Resource, organizational and culture competences together with the associate Vice Presidents and Horizontal Business Leaders

Didoe
CGC Vice President
Vertical Thematic Area Innovation & Research

Didoe Prevedourou, Hellenica, American University, Greece

The CGC Vice President for CGC Vertical Thematic Areas Innovation and Research is to develop vertical thematic areas together with associate Vice Presidents and the Vertical Thematic Leaders. The CGC Vice President is responsible for growing CGC technological research competence with the strategical vertical area Leaders.

Fred_Harris
CGC Vice President
Vertical Thematic Area Science & Technology

Fredric J. Harris, Hellenica, University of California, USA

The CGC Vice President for CGC Vertical Thematic Areas Science & Technology is to develop vertical thematic areas together with associate Vice Presidents and the Vertical Thematic Leaders. The CGC Vice President is responsible for growing CGC technological research competence with the strategical vertical area Leaders.

Ramesh
CGC Associate Vice President

Ramesh Yadava, BITSA Association, USA

Associate Vice President Ramesh Yadava focuses on developing a special CGC culture. He is primarily responsible for using his considerable experience from business to develop a unique CGC culture. This task is a very special and important task which will lay the foundation for CGC’s success, as all CGC researchers have to adapt to a special motivation and a special culture to collaborate across countries, competence domains, beyond different management structures and practice

Susanne-Durst-2021-2
CGC Associate Vice President

Susanne Durst, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

The associate vice-president for innovation and research is responsible for six vertical thematic areas, as shown in the CGC research matrix. She is also responsible for the CGC PhD and master degree programmes. She has the overall responsibility for innovation.

Ashutosh-Dutta
CGC Associate Vice President

Ashutosh Dutta, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Technology will play a very vital role for the CGC to reach its objectives. The CGC associate Vice President of technology will define the basic research topics as well as fundamental innovative activities that create IPR, standardisation and entrepreneurship.

Ingrid-Moerman
CGC Associate Vice President

Ingrid Moerman, Ghent University Belgium

Associate Vice President Ingrid Moerman is responsible to establishing a solid economy to support CGC activities at all member institutions. She will coordinate with the head of each CGC division to reach this objective.

Christian-Koch_Chalmers
CGC Associate Vice President

Christian Koch, Chalmers University, Sweden

CGC Associate Vice President Christian Koch is responsible for the research. He will promote PhD programme as well as creating research proposials to be funded by industries, Goverment and Europian Union.

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CGC Associate Vice President

May Huwang, CTIF Global Capsule, USA

Associate Vice President May Huang is responsible for the growth of science to meeting the CGC objectives. She will be in contact with academic researchers from all CGC divisions.