Short Introduction to MIGRATE
The Marie Sklodowska-Curie action MIGRATE addresses some of the current challenges to innovation that face European industry with regard to heat and mass transfer in gas-based micro-scale processes. The associated ETN innovation training network spans numerical, experimental, theoretical and applied research experts across academia, large scale industry and high-tech SMEs. MIGRATE has received funding by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
The course is organized by Aldo Frezzotti at Politecnico di Milano from October 3 to October 5. A detailed description of the course contents, of the needed material (personal computer with specific software installation options) and the CV of the lecturer, Dr. André Rigland Brodtkorb from the University of Oslo, can be found here.
The course is meant to serve as training for the ESRs from the MIGRATE network. However, it is open also to other postgraduate students. Just a basic knowledge of C programming language is required. Please register for free for one of the limited places until September 12 by sending an email to Aldo Frezzotti.
Sofia Toto, ESR to the MIGRATE project, was awarded the IUVSTA-Elsevier Student Award at the 15th European Vacuum Conference. She presented an oral presentation entitled „Design and Manufacturing of a Wireless SAW-PIRANI Sensor with Extended Range“.
The IESA is to give partial financial support to up to four postgraduate research students within seven years of obtaining their first degree to help them attend the 15th European Vacuum Conference (EVC-15) in Geneva at which they were presenting a paper.