09 October 2018
What happens when you gather PhD candidates from all over Europe, connect them with quality mentors and industry experts – and spend an intensive couple of days in Budapest submerged into the innovation process? Pure creative magic.
Opening the event (held the 3-5th of October), EIT Education Officer Marian Belko stressed how the PhD programme is a key priority since its candidates are the drivers of innovation who will help address Europe’s challenges in the energy field. The programme’s mission is to go beyond academia and create a huge network of young leaders. To help each and every one of them to realise their boundless innovative potential. And this begins here, at events such as this one.