First joint call for EELISA Communities – 300,000 € to boost mobility, networking and visibility.

EELISA is delighted to share the first joint call targeting EELISA Communities and transnational activities offered by EELISA Communities – a call open to university educators, researchers, students, and staff from all EELISA institutions and disciplines, with a preferred relation to innovation, technical solutions, and an engineering mindset. The major focuses of this call are…

Sophie Griveau, new EELISA Dean of Studies.

Sophie Griveau has been confirmed for the position of EELISA Dean of Studies. She is a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry and has been an associate professor in the Grande Ecole Chimie ParisTech-PSL since 2005. She also has extensive research activity and publications in the field of electrochemical microsensors, analytical microsystems, and the development of scanning…

EELISA InnoCORE R&I Symposium – joining efforts to build a change-maker mindset

The I EELISA R&I InnoCORE symposium took place last week on 16 May, together with the first EELISA Research-Based Learning Symposium. Research and innovation experts met at ITU in Istanbul to discuss how to deepen collaboration in research, innovation and entrepreneurship across the Alliance. Participants had the opportunity to get to know better how EELISA…

Philosophy, climate change and pizza: the experience of student Teresa Dewald in Pisa

In this interview, FAU student and EELISA narrator Natascha Landl asks her colleague student Teresa Dewald about her experience in Pisa where she attended the ECLIRE (“The Ethics of Climate Change: Reshaping Responsibilities for Present and Future Generations” ) Seasonal School at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna. Teresa is currently doing her bachelor’s in International Business Studies…