08 Eki 2021
Great Opportunity for Researchers / PhD Candidates
We are seeking 22 Ph.D. candidates, called early-stage researchers (ESRs) to work under the project titled A2M2TECH (Doctoral Programme in Advanced Materials & Advanced Manufacturing Technologies).
News: İTÜ Media and Communication Office
We are seeking 22 Ph.D. candidates, called early-stage researchers (ESRs) to work under the project titled A2M2TECH (Doctoral Programme in Advanced Materials & Advanced Manufacturing Technologies). The aim of A2M2TECH project is to deliver an interdisciplinary, inter-sectorial and international excellence doctoral training programme in all aspects of advanced manufacturing and advanced materials, with a major focus on additive manufacturing and related technologies. The programme brings together various strong laboratories and research centers in order to run a collaborative Ph.D. programme in the fields of Advanced Materials and Advanced Manufacturing Technologies. The Project is funded by Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Cofund Program.
22 ESRs will be doing their PhDs at one of the following top research universities in Turkey:
Gazi University (GU) (gazi.edu.tr/view/Index), Middle East Technical University (METU) (metu.edu.tr/),
İstanbul Technical University (ITU) (itu.edu.tr/en/)
İzmir Institute of Technology (IZTECH) (en.iyte.edu.tr/).
Once you are selected as one of our Early Stage Researchers (ESRs), you will also be part of a wide range of scientific networking of the hosting top research organizations/universities and research centers. After completing the Ph.D. ESRs will have a chance to get employment at technology companies at TechnoHAB (teknohab.com.tr) and/or even startup their own company to exploit the results generated in their research projects.
At ITU, the project supervisor is Prof. Hüseyin Kızıl at Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department.
For further information on eligibility and application process please visit A2M2TECH website: a2m2tech.org.tr
The deadline for application is 30 November 2021.