The RMIT European Doctoral Innovators Program (REDI), a global €9 million doctoral training initiative co-funded by the European Union through the under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions scheme, is recruiting for one early-stage research position in the field of circular economy and digitalisation of business.
As this is an extraordinary call, there is only one open position and it is offered by Lappeenranta – Lahti University of Technology in Finland. The research project will be conducted on Circular economy and digitalisation of business.
The profile sought is that of an early stage researcher (fewer than four years’ of research experience and not having a PhD awarded yet) in the fields of Circular Economy, Management or Coordination of Ecosystems, Platforms or Business Networks, Digital Services, Servitization or Managing Service Platforms or Service Networks, Internet of Things, Business Development, Circular Business Models or Managing and Coordinating Circular Business or Circular Networks.
REDI researchers will have up to four years to complete their PhD, all while working with leading European research and academic institutions across 10+ countries, networking with academic and industry leaders from 60+ supporting partners, as well as gaining enviable international experience. REDI researchers will also spend up to one year at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, have opportunities of annual training weeks in Barcelona, Spain, and receive an attractive salary package.
Our researchers are setting themselves apart by fast-tracking their careers and having the possibility of being awarded dual doctorates, as well as becoming part of a new generation of researchers who can rise to the world’s challenges and create positive societal change through impactful research.
RMIT and REDI
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REDI has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 101034328.