Early Career Investigator (ECI) network

The aim of the Early Career Investigator (ECI) network within HERALD is to promote the next generation of ALD scientists and to help them to establish themselves as research leaders in the ALD community. We organize workshops where the ECIs can meet to exchange ideas on career moves, grant applications and possible collaborations. 

If you are interested in joining this network, please contact us on heraldeci@gmail.com. Broadening out the COST definition of ECI, we welcome investigators from within a year of submitting their PhD dissertation to PhD+10 years - however, these are not strict limits.

Upcoming activities:

HERALD ECI committee:

Members HERALD ECI network
Name Affiliation Country
Laura Borgese

InSTM and University of Brescia, Smart Solutions srl

Italy
Aafke Bronneberg Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (Differ) Netherlands
Hao Bui Delft University of Technology Netherlands
Mariona Coll ICMAB-CSIC, Barcelona Spain
Jolien Dendooven Ghent University Belgium
Karol Frohlich Slovak Academy of Sciences Slovakia
Max Gebhard Ruhr-University Bochum Germany
Zhongmei Han University of Helsinki Finland
Philipp Hönicke Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Germany
Marcel Junige Technische Universität Dresden Germany
Bora Karasulu  University of Cambridge United Kingdom
Martin Knaut Technische Universität Dresden Germany
Harm Knoops Eindhoven University of Technology & Oxford Instruments Netherlands
Ivan Kundrata Slovak Academy of Sciences Slovakia
Adrie Mackus Eindhoven University of Technology Netherlands
Harry Manley Tyndall National Institute Ireland
Miia Mäntymäki University of Helsinki Finland
Catherine Marichy Université de Lyon France
Giovanni Marin Aalto University Finland
Ville Miikkulainen University of Helsinki Finland
Henrik Pedersen Linköping University Sweden
Riikka Puurunen VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Finland
Aleksandra Radtke Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń Poland
Nathanaelle Schneider R&D Institute on PV Energy (IRDEP) France