The long term objective of the three projects is the development of a post-PhD research programme and the granting of financial support for researchers’ participation in such projects.
These projects will be developed over three years, ie the maximum implementation term for such projects. As many as 150 researchers will be involved in the three projects and these porjects will ensure the infrastructure for post-PhD schools in the Bucharest University.
“These projects have a cross-border component, as the Bucharest University established partnerships with universities abroad: Universitŕ degli Studi di Bari, Universitŕ degli Roma Tre, the Ioannina University, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines Saint-Etienne, the Tor Vergata University and the Amsterdam University.
The regional Balkan component consists in the partnerships established with institutions such as the Central Laboratory for Solar Energy and New Energy Sources in Sofia or the HAKI Research Institute for Fish Breeding, Aquaculture and Irrigations in Hungary,” says the cited source. The projects will be implemented nationwide by cooperating with the Romanian Academy, the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Iasi (eastern Romania) and the Ovidius University in Constanta (south-eastern Romania).