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The primary objective of the Research Training Network is to promote training-through-research, especially of young researchers at the pre-doctoral and post-doctoral level. 
Community funding will cover the temporary appointment of young researchers (35 years of age or younger) coming from a country  other than that of the team concerned. The young researchers must be citizen (or resident for the last 5 years) of the European Union or citizen of one of the Associated States i.e. Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Rep., Estonia, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.

The following table illustrates the breakdown of these positions between the teams of the network (The full address of the team can be found in the section About Us). More informations can be obtained clicking the link to the specific research unit.
 
 
Research
unit
Type of 
position
Starting 
year
Number 
of months
Contact E-mail
 ENGLAND Post-doc 2000 36 maini@maths.ox.ac.uk
 FRANCE Pre-doc 2000 36  claude.verdier@ujf-grenoble.fr
 GERMANY Pre-doc
Post-doc
2000
2002
36
12
schubert@pc.mdlink.de
adheiden@uni-wh.de
deutsch@mpipks-dresden.mpg.de 
 ISRAEL Post-doc 2000 36 agur@imbm.org
 ITALY Pre-doc
Pre-doc
2000
2001
24
24
preziosi@polito.it
 POLAND Pre-doc
Pre-doc
2000
2001
36
36
lachowic@mimuw.edu.pl
 SPAIN Post-doc 2001 30 herrero@sunma4.mat.ucm.es
 SCOTLAND Post-doc 2000 36 chaplain@mcs.dundee.ac.uk

Young researchers to be financed by the contract










As mentioned in the Research Workplan, the Network is characterized by a strong degree of multidisciplinarity and will develop  mathematical models at all scales making use of a wide variety of theoretical tools from a range of disciplines (e.g., continuum mechanics, kinetic theory, stochastic processes, system theory, compartmental models, multiphase systems) and developing different mathematical tools to obtain both qualitative and quantitative results. For this reason and for the training objective, usually the applicants are not required to be expert of a particular field or of a particular method. 

However, the following table which indicates the fields of expertise of each team with respect to the mathematical approaches and the different length scales involved in the description of tumour growth, can be helpful to identify the type of research each unit is going to develop.
 
 
  Sub-cellular Cellular Macroscopic
Phenomenological observation Germany
Israel
England 
Germany 
Scotland
England 
France 
Scotland
Mathematical modelling Germany
Israel
Poland
England 
France 
Italy
Poland
Scotland
England 
France
Israel
Italy
Poland
Scotland
Spain
Mathematical methods Germany
Israel
Poland
Spain
England
Spain
Italy
Poland
England 
Italy
Poland
Scotland
Spain
Computer simulation Germany
Israel
Poland
England 
France
Germany
Italy
Poland
Scotland
England 
France
Italy
Poland
Scotland
Experiments and validation Germany
Israel
England
France
Germany
Scotland
England
France
Israel
Scotland