The job market lacks competent, professional research project managers who have not only very deep technical knowledge, but also possess managerial skills. They must be able to negotiate effectively with their industrial partners and later to effectively “sell” or disseminate their results, encouraging other parties to implement them.

This is the key to the success of science, measured by the rate of commercialization of research results. To educate academics who meet these requirements, we created an innovative PhD school in malting and brewing to provide an enhanced doctoral training program.

We have attracted the most promising and ambitious young researchers, devoted to research in food science. They will pursue top class training and realise their potential to achieve new career perspectives.

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Jonas Trummer

Early Stage Researcher (ESR1) at the University of Agriculture in Krakow, Poland

Marcus Pagenstecher

Early Stage Researcher (ESR2) at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Rosa Santella

Early Stage Researcher (ESR3) at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Celina Dugulin

Early Stage Researcher (ESR4) at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Magda Costa

Early Stage Researcher (ESR5) at the Ghent University, Belgium

Tuur Mertens

Early Stage Researcher (ESR6) at the Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Weronika Filipowska

Early Stage Researcher (ESR7) at the KU Leuven (Belgium)

Maciej Ditrych

Early Stage Researcher (ESR8) at the KU Leuven