On 11th June 2012 the Mid-term Review Meeting of the Green Kitchen Project was celebrated in the Department of Innovative Technologies (DTI) at SUPSI (Manno, Switzerland). During the morning session, after an introduction of the REA Representative, the Coordinator and each Work Package Leader have presented a detailed report about the present status of each activity. Afterwards, the Researchers presented themselves and the work developed during the project. Furthermore, during some internal sessions, the REA Project Officers have met the Seconded and Recruited Researchers in order to evaluate the progress of their activities and the impact that the participation in this project may have in their future career development. Finally, an open discussion with all participants about management, financial, administrative and technical issues were carried out before the Mid-Term Review Meeting Closure.
Here you can find the pictures taken during the last TOK meeting, on Novembrer 29th.
Researchers Team Seconded in Whirlpool in April 2011.
Whirlpool Europe s.r.l. is recruiting 3 researchers to work in the GREEN KITCHEN project for 24 months. The GREEN KITCHEN project implements a research program aimed at developing and sharing crucial knowledge in the field of home appliances and their domotic integration in order to further advance technologies and eco-design strategies needed for drastically improving energy efficiency (up to 70%) in the household environment. The project is strategically oriented at building an Industry-Academia Competence and Excellence Center targeted at a vision of Future Generation Integrated and High-Efficiency Home Appliances. Elegibility: Experienced researchers must, at the time of recruitment, (i) be in possession of a doctoral degree, independently of the time taken to acquire it or (ii) have at least four years of full-time equivalent research experience, including the period of research training, after obtaining the degree which formally allowed them to embark on a doctorate in the country in which the degree was obtained or in the country of the host institution to which the early stage researchers are seconded (irrespective of whether or not a doctorate was envisaged). Nationality … Continue reading