As a minimum, each fellow must deliver two peer reviewed publications in international journals and must participate in at least two international events. Each fellow is also expected to engage in communication and public engagement activities and must engage in a minimum of two public engagement events per year.In industry, they are encouraged to collaborate on patents. The increased number of publications and/or patents can be added to their CV and will also have positive effects on their research careers.
Each fellow will have career development supportin various forms. Each fellow will be appointed a supervisor (the supervisor freely chosen by the applicants themselves) who must dedicate at least 10% of his/her time to the supervision. The fellows’ career development will be supported by a CDP that they will draw up with their supervisor. The CDP will ensure that fellows will exploit the possibilities of the fellowship to the fullest to increase their employment opportunities.