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Winners of the YERUN Research Mobility Awards 2021


This year, the YERUN Research Mobility Awards scheme will be a bit different than usual: due to the fact that mobilities across Europe are still heavily affected by the pandemic, YERUN will support virtual mobilities only during 2021.

Based on the outcomes of the evaluation process, 24 researchers will be awarded to initiate new collaborations with another YERUN partner university. We wish all of them fruitful and inspiring exchanges!

Awardee

Naeem Ayoub

Lorenzo Bartolucci

Anamaria Bentea

Wu Chen

Omar de Ines

Dimitrios Gaitanelis

Alexandra Grolimund

Jorge Mañana Rodríguez

Olta Manjani

Federica Marconi

Giorgia Masili

Lea Matlekovic

Jose Angel Miranda Calero

Sangeet Saha

Michelle Samuels

Martin Schumann

Lorin Sweeney

Ozdemir Tiflis

Sandra Torrillas

Anna Trubetskaya

Emmy Tuenter

Nikos Vogiatzis

Zhaoxing Wang

Ahmad Ziaee

Home Institution

University of Southern Denmark

Tor Vergata University of Rome

University of Konstanz

Syddansk University

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Brunel University London

University of Essex

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Tor Vergata University of Rome

Tor Vergata University of Rome

Tor Vergata University of Rome

University of Southern Denmark

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

University of Essex

Brunel University London

Maastricht University

Dublin City University

Brunel University London

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

University of Limerick

University of Antwerp

University of Essex

University of Antwerp

University of Limerick

Host Institution

University of Rijeka

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

University of Essex

University of Antwerp

Maastricht University

University of Limerick

Maastricht University

University of Antwerp

Universität Ulm

Universität Konstanz

Universität Bremen

University of Rijeka

University of Essex

Universität Bremen

Universität Bremen

University of Essex

University of Essex

Dublin City University

Brunel University London

NOVA University Lisbon

University of Limerick

Maastricht University

University of Southern Denmark

University of Eastern Finland

The collaborations will take place until the end of 2021. YERUN will follow the collaborations of our researchers and will publish regularly their outcomes. 

If you would like to learn more about previous YRMA collaborations please check the following link.

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