The prestigious ITN programme is highly competitive, with an award success rate of approximately 5%. Kent is the overall project lead for this 4 year €2.5M Network which comprises 5 academic and 7 industrial partners across Europe overseeing 10 integrated PhD projects. We will be recruiting to the PhD Fellow positions in early 2017. For further details contact the project coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Congratulations to Dr Richard Guest and Dr Farzin Deravi from the School of Engineering and Digital Arts upon the award of €684,816 from the European Union for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Integrated Training Network (ITN) entitled AMBER ‘enhAnced Mobile BiomEtRics’.