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We are pleased to advertise 13 Early Stage Researcher (ESR) positions to begin in 2020 as part of the H2020 Marie Skłodowska Curie European Training Network - NEWFRAC ("New strategies for multifield fracture problems across scales in heterogeneous systems for Energy, Health and Transport")
The ESRs will be enrolled in a unique interdisciplinary PhD programme of leading academic and industrial organisations. NewFrac in its mission of training students capable of solving the current problems of multi-field fracture phenomena in heterogeneous engineering systems, offers 13 PhD positions for early stage researchers (ESRs) distributed in a network of 5 European countries (France, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain) and 2 countries associated (Israel and Switzerland), with the participation of prestigious academic and industrial institutions that will allow researchers to grow and develop their technical skills in a multisectoral environment.
Besides working on their project at their home institutions, the researchers will participate in network-wide training events like summer schools. Moreover, they will conduct secondments at other network partners combining academic and industrial experiences.