Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN)
Embarking on a research career is not always easy. Marie Curie Initial Training Networks offer early-stage researchers the opportunity to improve their research skills and join established research teams.
Thus the program seeks to improve early-stage researchers' career prospects in both the public and private sectors, making research careers more attractive to young people. This will be achieved through a transnational networking mechanism, aimed at structuring the existing high-quality initial research training capacity.
Opportunities for Early-stage Researchers
Apart from the main target group of early career researchers, it is also possible to involve and train postdocs with first experiences in independent research.
|InCEM||The European Network for Cell Migration Studies||Professor Rudolf Leube|
Past Marie Curie Networks with Involvement from RWTH
|aboutFLOW||Adjoint-based Optimization of Industrial and Unsteady Flows|
|COPA-GT||Coupled Parallel Simulations of Gas Turbines|
|CREAM||Mechanistic Effect Models for Ecological Risk Assessment of Chemicals|
|EDA-EMERGE||Novel Tools in Effect-Directed Analysis to Support the Identification and Monitoring of Emerging Toxicants on a European Scale|
|iCare||Improving Children's Auditory Rehabilitation|
|INTERAQCT||International Network for the Training of Early-stage Researchers on Advanced Quality Control Through Computed Tomography|
|PROVISION||Perceptually Optimised Video Compression|
|SPINOGRAPH||Spintronics in Graphene|
|SuBiCat||Sustainable Biomass Conversions by Highly Efficient Catalytic Processes|
Initial Training Networks (ITN)
Further information (in German) is provided by the National Contact Point for the European Research Framework Program.
Initial Training Networks (Cordis)
Further information on Initial Training Networks provided by CORDIS, the EU Research and Development Information Service