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Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Country: Spain
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 236470
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 945139
    Overall Budget: 1,952,640 EURFunder Contribution: 976,320 EUR

    The goal of “SDGine for Healthy People and Cities” will be to deliver a world-class training programme at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) for 12 ESRs mainly in the STEAM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Architecture, and Applied Mathematics), with a strong focus on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). SDGine's fundamental objectives will be to develop technologies and tools that accelerate the compliance with SDGs related to climate change and social transformations needed in urban contexts. ESRs will complete Industrial and International Doctorates (through UPM’s Doctoral Division & International Doctorate School and the existing 45 Doctoral Programmes) connected with the notion of innovation platform, a systemic approach aligned with major international programs in which UPM participates (EIT Digital, EIT Health, EIT Raw Materials and Climate Knowledge Innovation Community) and Horizon Europe Missions. SDGine will enhance mobility between countries, sectors and disciplines. All trained ESRs will become highly (self)-employable for future research positions in academia and non-academia. SDGine will follow the Seven EU principles on Doctoral Training and will contemplate the Triple-“i” dimension through: i) International secondments; ii) Intersectoral collaboration agreements with industry; and iii) Interdisciplinary PhD supervision. Moreover, the innovation & entrepreneurship dimension of the PhD thesis projects will be enhanced. SDGine will be aligned with the "Charter & Code" for researchers, since UPM has received the HR Excellence in Research award, and will include excellent training in research, complementary and transferable skills (cross-cutting disciplinary seminars, summer schools, writing days...). The programme will have high societal impact through SDGs as well as a positive impact not only in ESRs’ career development and future job opportunities, but also in the UPM, the region of Madrid, Spain, the EU and beyond the EU.

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  • Funder: FCT Project Code: SFRH/BD/22955/2005
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 322082
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  • Funder: EC Project Code: 631630
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