o Monthly living allowance: 3,270 euro/month (€39,240/year); this amount is then adjusted through the application of a country correction coefficient to the living allowance of the country in which the researcher is recruited. The country correction coefficients can be found in Table 2 of the MSCA Work Programme.
o Monthly mobility allowance: 600 euro/month
o Monthly family allowance, if applicable and depending on the family situation: 500 euro/month.
o Social security coverage will be included in the recruited researcher employement contract.
The living allowance is a gross EU contribution to the researcher salary on a full-time basis. The net salary results after deductions of all direct taxes and compulsory social security contributions from the gross amount. The mobility and family allowances are fixed and not depend on the recruitment country but might be taxed depending on the country of recruitment.
Recruited researchers will be admitted in a doctoral program and joint university.
Acquisition of advanced research skills on sustainable bioinspired sensors development within a network combining an interdisciplinary, international and intersectoral environment.
Intersectoral secondments. Each researcher will spend around 10% of their time in both a company and academic secondments. The ESRs will directly experience the challenges involved in industrial and academic environments.
The training programme consisting of transferable skill courses, workshops, social and networking events.
Direct involvement in dissemination, exploitation and communication activities.