A prestigious PhD program for nanotechnology research delivered by Ecole Centrale de Lyon in France and RMIT University in Australia has been awarded €1.6M in European funding.
Ten doctoral research contracts will be offered over the five-year program. PhD students will be trained in a rich biotech and ICT ecosystems, supported by eight industrial partners ranging from start-ups to global players including STMicroelectronics and Thales Group.
This program will foster new synergies between academia and industry as well as strengthen EU-Australia research and innovation collaboration in key areas.
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