Deadline: 31 May 2019
Advanced Materials for Innovation and Sustainability (AMIS) program at the Grenoble INP Institute of Engineering Univ. Grenoble Alpes tackles the following themes – all of which are central themes of the EIT Raw Materials:
- Substitution of critical or toxic materials in products and for optimized performance
- Material chain optimization for end-of-life products
- Product and services design for the circular economy
- To gain transferable skills such as entrepreneurship, negotiation techniques, intellectual property, problem solving, working cooperatively and creatively, co-design and life cycle approaches which will enable students to consolidate a professional career.
- To become an expert in the field of raw materials, particularly in sustainable functional materials and alongside get a holistic view on value and process chain.
- To take part in a mobility program and take advantage of the complementary skills of the universities in the network.
- To become a change agent with an entrepreneurship mindset able to safeguard the sustainability of EIT Raw Materials throughout the industrial and research landscape.
- To enter a PhD program in Europe or elsewhere, for instance at one of the network laboratories.
At universities, research institutions, teaching students or managerial position. Scientist with high commercialization awareness, knowledge, and competences; someone who can communicate effectively the commercial value of their scientific research.
- Resource industry
SMEs in chemistry, exploration, green energy, machinery and plant construction, metal working industry, ceramics, environmental economy (R&D, product development, management, production, marketing and sales). Expert or manager whose actions and decisions influence the innovation output, value creation, and performance of the company.
- Freelancer and entrepreneur
Create your own business or become a consultant.
- Wider society
Science journalism, consulting, project development and management, advisor to policy makers, administration, specialist agencies, media etc.
- Solid State Chemistry
- Introduction to functional polymers
- Phase transformation
- Microstructures and properties
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in September 2019
You can apply until: 31 May 2019
- For more details please visit program website.