Programmes for EuroTech staff

Are you affiliated with one of the six EuroTech Universities – DTU, EPFL, L’X, Technion, TU/e, or TUM? Then have a look at how you can benefit from the Alliance.

We have a multitude of support programmes for EuroTech staff in place. These programmes offer financial or non-financial support (or both). We have set them up to further collaboration between the six EuroTech Universities. Furthermore, they are meant to help you get EU funding for your project from programmes like Horizon Europe.

Research, innovation & infrastructure

A wide range of financial and non-financial support programmes are available for EuroTech researchers and entrepreneurs, ranging from travel and proposal writing grants over funding advice to trainings. Are you interested?


Joint degree programmes, summer/winter schools, and extensive collaboration on PhD supervision are among the offers in terms of education to which you have access through the Alliance. Have a look if you teach or study at a EuroTech University!

Positioning at the EU level

EuroTech has an office in Brussels that can assist you in different ways to make your voice heard in the EU capital. If you need to identify the right person to approach in the European institutions or are looking for intelligence on policy matters, read on.


You are organising an interesting event or are working on a fascinating project the world should know about? You have just published a scientific article in a renowned journal? Your EU-funded project needs a website? We can help you with that.




“Translational Brain Imaging Training Network” aims to train entrepreneurial researchers to bring quantitative image computing methods into the clinic. Four EuroTech Universities are involved.


Optical imaging has huge potential to address unmet clinical needs by combining non-invasive and real-time capture of biomedical information. This MSCA project involves four EuroTech Universities.


REACH develops a service system to turn clinical and care environments into personalisable systems that encourage the elderly to become healthy via activity. Four EuroTech Universities are involved.