Art. 10 of Horizon Europe framework defines the relations between the European Commission and the private side of the stakeholders regrouped through the CCAM Association to bring the co-programmed CCAM Partnership to reality.
The Partnership Board will gather the representatives of both sides of the CCAM Partnership. It will be the place where both parties will exchange on the recommendations and priorities to be included in the Work Programme dedicated to the Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility technologies.
The CCAM Association
As defined in its statutes, the structure of the Association shall be as follows:
The General Assembly, which shall consist of all Members of the CCAM Association, is at the heart of the Association, approving the general policy of the Association on the basis of proposals brought by the Executive Group and giving recommendations to the Executive Group for the implementation of this policy. It appoints the members for each defined governing body.
The Administration Board members
The Administration Board, appointed by the General Assembly, has all powers necessary to manage the Association and to perform all administrative, operational and legal actions necessary for achieving the objectives of the Association.
Serge van Dam
The Executive Group
Composed of maximum of 17 members, the Executive Group is responsible to develop the activities performed by the Association to achieve its objectives, in particular by developing content over the 7 thematic clusters that structure the Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda (SRIA) of the CCAM Partnership.
Mats Rosenquist, Volvo Group
Henriette Cornet, UITP
David Storer, CLEPA
Gereon Meyer, EPoSS
Peter Urban, RWTH Aachen
Bastiaan Krosse, TNO
Integrating the Vehicle into the Transport System
Torsten Geissler, Germany BASt
Johanna Tzanidaki, ERTICO
Key Enabling Technologies
Margriet Van Schijndel, TUe Eindhoven
Oihana Otaegui, Vicomtech
Societal Aspects and User Needs
Ingrid Skogsmo, VTI
Suzanne Hoadley, POLIS
Stephane Dreher, ERTICO
Eva Boëthius, Trafikverket
The Partnership Delegation has the role to represent the CCAM Association within the Governing Board of the European Partnership on CCAM, a body meant to gather representatives of CCAM stakeholders with the European Commission services, governed by the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the CCAM Association and the European Commission. A specific mission of the Partnership Delegation is to provide expertise, develop and discuss recommendations of R&I topics to feed the Work Programmes drafted by the European Commission services.
A maximum of 25 members will compose the delegation. It includes the 3 Board members and the 7 Cluster Leaders.The 14 other members are the Delegates representing the member categories.
Christian Rousseau, Renault
Automotive supply chain
Thorsten Burger, Continental
Physical and digital infrastructure
Jan Ellsberger, Huawei
Vincenzo Punzo, Unina
Research institutes, R&D providers
Wolfgang Ponweiser, AIT
Public transport operators
Mobility providers for the transport of passengers
Freight and logistics services and users
Other services: insurance, maintenance, repair, etc
Adrià Ferrer, IDIADA
National transport authority, road authority, road operator
Máté Verdes, Hungarian Public Roads
Local and regional authorities and transport authorities
Françoise Guaspare, Ile-de-France Mobilités
Platform or cluster at national or regional level
Mathieu Saraiva, French Automotive & Mobility Network
Civil society representation
Laurianne Krid, FIA
The Partnership Delegation represents the interests of all the Members of the Association and of the Association as a whole at the CCAM Partnership Board. The Partnership Delegation will be chaired by the Chair of the Association, supported by the members of the Executive Group and will report on its activities to the Assembly General.
The Secretariat is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Association.
Head of office
Programmes and knowledge manager
The Association shall be governed by the General Assembly, the Administration Board, and the Executive Group.
The Partnership Delegation shall act as the interface of the Association towards the European Commission.
The Administration Board will be in charge of the legal obligations of the Association, assisted by the Secretariat.
The States Representatives Group will advise and actively support the achievement of objectives of the Co-Programmed European Partnership at national and European levels.