Five TU Delft researchers receive Marie Curie grant

The European Commission has awarded five Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Staff Exchange 2023 grants to talented scientists from TU Delft. Staff Exchange, formerly known as Research and Innovation Staff Exchange, is a staff exchange program between countries and sectors to encourage the development of sustainable collaborative projects between different organizations, from both academic and non-academic sectors, based in and outside Europe.

The five Marie Curie grants awarded are for:

Evolution in Security and Privacy for 6G networks - ENSURE-6G

Aaron Ding, Technology, Policy and Management (TPM)
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Space Architecture design and prototyping in planetary analogue environments - ArchiSpace

Henriette Bier, Architecture and the Built Environment

Motion Control Systems of Multi-Actuated Ground Vehicles - MOCO

Barys Shyrokau, Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Understanding Neutral Weed Communities - Crops Interactions and Identification of Artificial Intelligence Algorithms for Species-Specific Weed Management Using Robots - NEUTRAWEED
Cosimo Della Santina, Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Metallo-enzymes and Cells for Green Environmental Alternatives - McGEA

Peter-Leon Hagedoorn, Applied Sciences (AS)

About MSCA Staff Exchanges 2023

An important pillar within the European funding program Horizon Europe is Excellent Knowledge Base. This pillar seeks to put European science on the global map as an attractive location for research talent. The European Commission is using the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Staff Exchanges within Excellent Knowledge Base to develop the research skills of researchers. Providing better career opportunities will make it more attractive for researchers to come and stay in Europe.