CLEAN-Gas: Marie Curie Innovative Training Networks
CLEAN-Gas is one of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks. Four European Universities (Politecnico di Milano-Italy, Technische Universitaet Darmstadt-Germany, Centrale Supélec-France and Université Libre de Bruxelles-Belgium), offer 15 positions for a three-year PhD programme in Combustion for Low Emission Applications of Natural gas (CLEAN-Gas).
The main objective of the programme is to form 15 highly qualified engineers and develop new experimental and numerical approaches for improving natural gas combustion. The CLEAN-Gas Project recognizes the central role of natural gas in the European Energy policy, due to its widespread availability and its environmental and technological benefits, and promotes innovation for (unconventional) natural gas combustion technologies. CLEAN-Gas pursues excellence with a multi-domain approach for research projects in conjunction with industrial partners and innovative education, by offering an extensive and prospective view of research to PhD candidates, to prepare them for a career in the new challenging context of the Knowledge Society.