Connecting Poland and China: Marie Curie “Transfer of Knowledge” scheme attracts Dr. Guo Jun to Silesian university
Connecting Poland and China: Marie Curie “Transfer of Knowledge” scheme attracts Dr. Guo Jun to Silesian university .
Guo Jun, from Tianjin in China, was delighted to be awarded funding under the Marie Curie scheme Transfer of Knowledge (ToK) to carry out research at the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, Poland.
Whether developing the research potential of an organisation or creating long-lasting partnerships between the worlds of academia and business, Marie Curie ToK scheme generates enormous benefits.
With up to €1.2 million available for each chosen project, NGOs, larger firms, SMEs, universities and other research centres are all invited to apply. If an organisation meets with success, the scheme provides it with money to support a researcher with at least four years of experience or a PhD.
Marie Curie “Transfer of Knowledge scheme” attracts Chinese Dr. Guo Jun to University in Poland
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