9 Opportunities

-Job Offer-

ALUMINIUM-Titanium- Nickel based







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MICROscale-Finite element-HPC







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FSW-Machining-additive manufacturing







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-Early Stage Researchers-







  • ESR shall, at the time of recruitment by the host organization, be in the first four years (full-time equivalent research experience) of their research careers.
  • The duration of recruitment is 36 months.






  • The ESR may be a national of a Member State, of an Associated Country or of any Third Country.
  • The ESR must not have resided or carried out her/his main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of her/his host organization for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to her/his recruitment.
  • Holds a masters degree or equivalent, which formally entitles to embark on a Doctorate.
  • Does not holds a PhD degree.





Visits to private sector partners and 10 months of secondment will be mandatory, to provide the ESRs with good exposure to the job market and private sector requirements.

All ESRs will spend time working in a different European country and thereby enjoy significantly broader horizons than those of a typical single-country-based researcher.



An ambitious, interdisciplinary research programme, focused upon scientific excellence

structuring doctoral research training


The research programme has been designed to exploit the complementary expertise of the network members and will therefore address ambitious, interdisciplinary problems.


The research theme encompasses a number of disciplines: materials science, mechanics, thermodynamics, mathematics and computer science. Thus the network will produce highly skilled researchers with knowledge and top-level research training in multiple disciplines.



irrespective of nationality, institution and gender

Equal training opportunities


The network unites European research groups from France, Sweden, Belgium and Spain. The network will promote the involvement of women in science and especially encourage female candidates to apply for the positions advertised.


The recruited researchers will receive equal opportunities, regardless of their host institution, through the network's emphasis on network-wide training events with secondments of similar duration. Institutional boundaries can also be overcome by benefiting from partner organisations' capabilities, and a wealth of expertise and resources, such as scientific instruments, can be accessed outside the researcher's host institution.




This project received funding from the European Union's Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Innovative Training Networks (ITN) H2020-MSCA-ITN-2017

under grant agreement N°764979

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