This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme
for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no
(www.t-mappp.eu) is an EU funded Marie Curie Initial Training Network.
The T-MAPPP project is a multidisciplinary and inter-sectoral consortium aiming to develop
multi-scale analysis of dry, wet and multiphase particulates and to provide structured training
for 15 researchers within a collaborative research network involving 10 full partners and 6
associate partners across Europe.
T-MAPPP is recruiting for twelve doctoral and three postdoctoral training opportunities across
the programme supported by Marie Curie Fellowships. These fellowships provide a generous
salary paid at local equivalent rate supplemented by allowances.
Are you a recent graduate in engineering physics, computational/applied mathematics, with
experience in one or more of the following: numerical modelling, experimental techniques,
particle technology, soil mechanics, DEM or molecular dynamics, fluid dynamics, statistical
physics, CFD or FEM?
Looking to develop a career in cutting edge engineering with the opportunity to live and work
To find out more about the project, and to apply visit the T-MAPPP website:
While the positions will remain open until filled, applicants are encouraged to submit their
applications before 28 March 2014t-mapppflyer.pdf