PhD in-kind program
- You want to experience an inspiring international environment?
- You seek to get in touch with Infineon's global international partner companies?
- You are eager to connect to peers and build contacts in the industry?
- You aspire to develop your skills through technical training?
The IPCEI In-Kind PhD program serves to support education in Southeastern and Eastern European Countries. Any PhD student working on a thesis in the STEM field at a university in our target countries can apply for our In-Kind support.
The In-Kind support consists of access to internal trainings & events, networking possibilities within the company, exposure in academic settings provided by Infineon and reimbursement for travel & accommodation expenses for approved trainings, events, conferences etc.
Benefits for in-kind PhD's
- Internal & external events and conferences
Presenting PhD thesis, exchanging knowledge, extending network at the
- University Day
- 30 min. Expert Tech Talk
- Guided Tours/Site Visit
- Travel expenses
Travel and accommodation expenses for events, trainings and workshops as well as conference and participation fees will be covered.
- Trainings & workshops
Improving personal and professional competencies through trainings and workshops adapted to the PhDs.
- Exploring Alps-Adriatic Region
With its 200 lakes and over 350 mountains the Alps region Carinthia, bordering to Italy and Slovenia, invites to discover the Alps-Adriatic Region with the support of the Carinthian International Center.
- Certificate of enrollment
- Transcript of records
- Highest completed educational certificate
This work is funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Digital and Economic Affairs, and implemented by Austria Wirschaftsservice (aws) and the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) in the frame of the Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) on Microelectronics. The IPCEI on Microelectronics is also funded by Public Authorities from Germany, France, Italy and U.K.