Within Marie Curie Actions, the European Union is funding Initial Training Networks (ITN) which offer early stage researchers the opportunity to work on innovative projects in multinational, interdisciplinary teams and thus to improve their research skills and enhance their career prospects.
Some of the projects offer the possiblity of obtaining a PhD. An ITN is formed by at least three participants; they can be universities, research centers or companies. At this time, Müller-BBM participates in three ITN-Projects.
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Initial Training Networks (ITN) Marie Curie Actions