Kvikna is proud to be part of the INFANS project, which is part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.
The goal of INFANS is to develop a new neonatal brain monitoring system, designed to overcome the severe shortage of a clinically viable means to monitor the brain function in infancy, which is crucial to prevent later life neurological, cognitive and motor impairment. To accomplish this goal, INFANS established a structured European PhD training programme in biomedical engineering, signal processing and clinical procedures to train a new generation of creative and entrepreneurial young researchers.
As part of this program, 15 open PhD positions are available, one of which will be located in Iceland. For information about applying for this position, follow this link.
For more information about the INFANS project, see their website.