As an Innovative Training Network, our approach to bringing about innovation is via education. The 15 Early Stage Researchers that join our project will gain multidisciplinary and cutting-edge expertise from our hosting institutions and associated partners, which is required to manipulate biological catalysts for meeting tomorrow’s demanding challenges in sustainable production processes.
All our ESRs will receive periodic and specialised guidance under their Individual Research Projects. Moreover, ESRs will work in at least three different working environments, both academic and non-academic.
In cases where doctoral programmes extend over a period of 48 months (ESR 13 & ESR 14), local funding will cover the remaining 12 months.