The beneficiaries in the network belong to 4 different sectors: 1 SME (Elements) and 1 large industrial private company (Keysight); 7 universities and 1 research centre (CEA). Furthermore, 1 large industrial private company, 3 non-European universities, 1 independent campaigning charity, and 2 SMEs act as associated partners.

The recruited ESRs will interact with all these network members and partners during the mandatory network-wide scientific training courses. These courses will cover 6 cross-discipline topics: bio-nanotechnology, chemistry, instrumentation, computational modelling, probe design and materials science


Beneficiaries

University of Leeds (UK), Dr Paolo Actis (Coordinator)

University of Warwick (UK), Prof Patrick Unwin

Ruhr-Universität Bochum (DE) , Prof Kristina Tschulik and Prof Wolfgang Schuhmann

Keysight Technologies (AT), Dr Ferry Kienberger

University of Twente (NL), Prof Serge Lemay

ETH Zürich (CH), Prof Tomaso Zambelli

Université Paris-Diderot, Dr Frédéric Kanoufi

CEA-Saclay, Dr Renaud Cornut

Aarhus University, Prof Mingdong Dong

Elements srl, Dr Federico Thei


Partner Organisations

Somersault 1824 will provide training in scientific illustrations and social media

East China University of Science and Technology, Prof Yi-tao Long is a world leader in single entity electrochemistry. Prof Long will host secondments and provide training

Uniscan, Manufacturer of scientific instrumentations will host secondments and provide training

University of Utah, Prof Henry White is a world leader in single nano-electrochemistry. Prof White will host secondments and provide training

Indiana University, Prof Lane Baker is a world leader in single entity electrochemistry. Prof Baker will host secondments and provide training

NTT Basic Research Labs, Dr Nicolas Clement is a leader in the fabrication of nanodevices for single entity detection. He will host secondments and provide training

Sense About Science will provide training in public engagement and science communication