Italian-French University (UIF) publishes Vinci Call every year, in order to promote the integration of academic training and research at European level. Vinci Call provides students with:
Politecnico di Torino signed an agreement with the China Scholarship Council (CSC). Positions covered by the said agreement are reserved to Chinese citizens receiving a CSC scholarship.
Erasmus Mundus is a cooperation and mobility programme in the field of Higher Education.
Its main objectives are:
CoACH- Advanced glasses, Composites And Ceramics for High growth Industries European Training Network (ETN). Politecnico di Torino coordinates the CoACH project, funded by the European Commission through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks action (MSCA-ITNs).
CoACH provides career development and training opportunities for researchers who are in their first 4 years of research career in both the public and private sectors. CoACH is an inter/multi-disciplinary and inter-sectorial programme as it includes 5 academic partners and 10 private companies, from seven different European countries.
CoACH will promote international excellence in glass, ceramic and composite science and technology, modelling, design, characterization and commercialization of advanced glass, ceramic and composite based products. The 15 recruited PhD researchers will benefit from direct access to state-of-the-art research equipment and expertise. They will be trained in creative, independent problem solving under time and resource constraints typical of a scientific and technical working environment in continuous contact with the industrial world.
Fellowship gross amount: living allowance (3110 €/month, country correction factor to be applied) + mobility and family allowance (600 or 1100 €/month depending on the researcher’s family situation).
Eligibility rules and application procedure in www.coach-etn.eu
Contact: Milena Salvo, Department of Applied Science and Technology, Politecnico di Torino, Italy email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The European Commission launched a "Call for expressions of interest" to create a database of candidates from which to draw to strengthen the staff of the research sector, in particular within the Joint Research Center.
The staff will be employed with fixed-term contracts for the following profiles: Biology, Chemistry, Natural Sciences, Life Sciences, Biochemistry, Oceanography / Marine Sciences, Nanotechnology, Nanobiotechnology, Veterinary, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Computer Sciences, Statistics, Material Sciences, Economics, Political Sciences, Social Sciences, Educational Sciences, Psychology, Geography, Environmental Sciences, Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Engineering, Meteorology, Ecology, Forestry, Geology, Hydrological Sciences, Medical Sciences, Pharmacy, Nutritional Sciences.
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