Environmental ChemOinformatic (ECO) is a collaborative action of seven groups from five EU countries. It is aimed to prepare a new generation of environmental scientists who will contribute to implementation (but not limited to) of new European legislation on chemical substances (REACH).
ECO provides eleven positions leading towards PhD, Long-Term Fellowships, (Early Stage Researchers in EU terminology) and one postdoctoral appointment (Experienced Researcher in EU terminology). Moreover 37 Short-Term Fellowships (Early Stage Researchers in EU terminology) will be appointed.
Nationality Researchers can be nationals of any country other than the country of the premises of the host organization where they will carry out their project.