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With the Green Era Hub, we are focussing on the involvement of young researchers. The aim is to give Early Career Researchers (ECRs) the opportunity to build up transnational networks, gain experiences and foster their competences in transnational and multidisciplinary collaboration. The instruments to achieve this will be summer schools, PhD exchange, Early Career Researcher Workshops, etc.



Summer schools

The summer school will be hosted in a topic-related research institution to allow ECRs to not only to listen to key lectures, but also to get an insight about working in an applied research setting.


PhD/Early Career Researcher Hosting

Calls will be launched to attract interested ECRs to spend several weeks in an institution related to their expertise. The applicants needs o submit an application outlining expertise and motivation.

Main aim of this hosting is to give the ECRs the possibility to gain experience in a different environment and new facilities and equipment.


Early Career Researcher Workshops

A workshop for ECRs will be organised to identify specific challenges and visions for future sustainable production systems in Europe.

The outcome of the workshop could be shaved vision on future sustainable production systems.


"Knowledge exchange" - opportunities for further common activities for Funders in Europe

Workshops for funders will be organised preferably as hybrid-events back-to-back with an EC event with the aim to find out opportunities for further collaboration.


Breakfast Club

An online seminar targeted at ECR will be held one morning every month.

Topics will include cutting edge re-search updates from experts, transferable skills, information and advice on funding opportunities, talks from senior people in academia, industry and civil society.