10th July 2020: SUBLIME is looking for PhD students to join research on Sustainable Building Lime applications
Subject: Recruiting 15 international PhD students in Marie Curie ITN SUBLime (Sustainable Building Lime applications via Circular Economy and Biomimetic Approaches)
In the framework of the SUBLime project that has been recently awarded funds through Horizon 2020, we (the consortium in which EuLA participates) are looking for dedicated and highly motivated Early Stage Researchers (ESR), who will join our team to craft the future of lime mortars/plasters in new construction and conservation of the built heritage.
We are recruiting 15 international PhD students to be trained as European experts in Sustainable Building Lime applications via Circular Economy and Biomimetic Approaches (SUBLime). SUBLime is an European Training Network (ETN) program that will start in February 2021, as a Marie-Sklodowska-Curie action (Innovative Training Network – ITN) involving 9 countries in Europe.
This is an excellent opportunity to enhance your international career prospects:
- Original research projects within a Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (Horizon 2020 grant 955986)
- Consortium of 17 European partners (6 highly specialized universities and 11 worldwide leading Industrial Partners)
- Collaboration with network partners including visits during secondments
- Participate in worldwide training workshops
- Very attractive PhD student salary
- Enrolment in host institutions’ PhD programs
Apply before September 14, 2020! For more information please check the SUBLime website: https://sublime-etn.eu/job/
Contact: Project Manager of SUBLime : Dr. João Pereira: email@example.com
Beneficiaries Leaders: Prof. Paulo B. Lourenço (University of Minho, Portugal, Coordinator); Prof. Carlos Rodriguez-Navarro (University of Granada, Spain); Prof. Guang Ye (TU Delft, Netherlands); Prof. Nele De Belie (Ghent University, Belgium); Prof. Jan Kubica (Silesian University of Technology, Poland); Prof. Eddie Koenders (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany)