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Thanks to my dearest and nicest colleague Andreas Kelling to make this professional video for me. I like it so much! Thanks million times :) )) Meanwhile, an article described our project is published on BAM's home webpage. You can read through Research trainees on the trail of concrete fatigue . Thanks a lot to my lovely colleague Rebekka Gabler for the interview and the article:D

Hope all you have fun watching the video as well as reading the article!






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  1. Very nice and professional video Lijia, well done

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    1. Thank you Imane, I am so appreciated what my BAM colleagues have done for me, without them, I can't make it!

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  2. Dear Lijia Long,

    I'm preparing to apply MSCA ITN 2019, will be open on Sep 2018.
    But i find some difficulties and challenges, i'd be glad if you kindly help me to give some directions and advices.
    I really need help 'coz i have read all the H2020 and MSCA handbook/guidelines

    May i sent you an email?

    Thank u

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    1. Hi, Arina, thank you for your message. I will be very happy if I can help you. You can send me an email through lijia.long@bam.de :)

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    2. Thank you very much.. noted it. I'll send an email to you soon..
      Very excited ­čśŐ

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    3. Dear Arina, I have problem sending back the email to you, it shows an error. I will reply here, hope you can see it.
      So regards all your questions, I think you misunderstood the role of host of university and projects. For every Marie Curie ITN project, they have its own website, on the website you can find all the information related to the vacancy, host university and research plan etc.

      If you really want to apply for Marie Curie ITN, I would suggest you to start from finding the relevant ITN project within your background, instead of finding the universities. That means, please try https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/search , and apply the job that related to you, it doesn’t need to be exactly the same with your major, it can be crossed major. I had background of petroleum engineering but still get admitted to civil engineering position.

      The Marie Curie ITN project is not solely university based, there are several universities, institutes, companies together to apply one project funding from European Union. When they get the funding, each partner will recruit their PhD individually

      I wish you good luck finding your relevant project as well as your dream university or company­čśŐ

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