If three or more EuroTech Universities are part of a consortium that applies for EU funding and one of them coordinates the project, they are all set for receiving EuroTech support of different kinds (find out more here).
Curious to know more about those “EuroTech projects”?
Check the following list of projects that successfully applied for EU funding!
Funded under the EU’s MSCA programme, the six EuroTech Universities offer 70 postdoctoral fellowships to experienced high-potential researchers, who can establish their own research lines.
EuroTeQ Engineering University
For this “European University” funded under Erasmus+, four EuroTech Universities join forces with two further partners – TalTech (EE) and CTU (CZ) – to establish a joint engineering sciences study programme.
BoostEuroTeQ is a top-up grant that supports the research and innovation dimension of the EuroTeQ Engineering University. It builds on synergies with the education-focused activities of the latter.
The project, which includes three EuroTech Universities, wants to help turn powder-bed fusion of metals using laser beam (PBF-LB/M) from a niche into a mainstream manufacturing technology.
The project leverages the technology of torque-controlled robots by focussing on impact-aware manipulation in logistics. Three EuroTech Universities are involved in the project.
EIT Urban Mobility
The academic core consortium of this Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) originated at the EuroTech Universities Alliance. Today, five EuroTech Universities are part of the core consortium.
EuroTechPostdoc is a postdoctoral fellowship programme for young experienced researchers who have already demonstrated excellence and potential in their field.
Three EuroTech Universities are part of this project, which aims to better understand how co-creation varies across different contexts and what is needed for successful scaling.