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Training, Education and Mobility

The Laserlab partner laboratories are actively engaged in the training and education of young researchers in all fields of laser science. Laserlab thus wants to contribute to the increasing challenge of securing a highly qualified workforce for optics and photonics and the related industry. Please find here current opportunities for:

    * Marie Curie European Training Networks
    * Erasmus Mundus Study Programmes
    * Master and Doctoral Programmes
    * Research Trainings and Summer Schools
    * COST Actions
    * European Photonics Study Programmes
    * Mobility

Marie Curie European Training Networks

  • Mid-TECH: Infrared sensing made visible: Combining infrared light sources and upconversion sensors for improved sensitivity in medical applications and gas analysis
  • AVA: Accelerators Validating Antimatter physics
  • SE2B: Solar Energy to Biomass - Optimisation of light energy conversion in plants and microalgae
  • HICONO: High Intensity Coherent Nonlinear Optics
  • ASPIRE: Angular Studies of Photoelectron in Innovative Research Environments
  • MEDEA: Molecular Electron Dynamics investigated by IntensE Fields and Attosecond Pulses
  • LA³-NET: LAsers for Applications at Accelerator facilities NETwork


Erasmus Mundus Study Programmes


Master and Doctoral Programmes


Research trainings and summer schools

Summer schools 2016


  • Scottish Universities Summer Schools in Physics, Laser Plasma Interactions and Applications, University of Strathclyde, UK, 2017

 In addition, the Technology Platform Photonics21 provides a list of current offers of summer schools in optics and photonics.  >> Details


COST Actions

COST Actions are science and technology networks open to researchers and stakeholders. They offer a wide range of networking tools, such as workshops, conferences, training schools, short-term scientific missions (STSMs) and dissemination activities. Short-term scientific missions (STSM) are exchange visits between researchers involved in a COST Action, allowing scientists to visit an institution or laboratory in another COST country. They are aimed at fostering collaboration, sharing new techniques and infrastructure that may not be available in other participants' institutions or laboratories. STSM are intended especially for young researchers.

>> Related COST networks


European Photonics Study Programmes

A list of European photonics study programmes and curricula offered throughout Europe is provided on the Photonics21 website.



On the Euraxess homepageyou will find research job vacancies throughout Europe as well as practical information about administrative and legal issues when moving from one country to another.


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