Horizon 2020
European Union Funding
for Research & Innovation
Our 15 PhD students as Bitmoji characters

Our team of talented research fellows

Within BIOREMIA 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) will be trained and carry out research leading to a PhD degree. The ESRs will work on individual projects across the work-packages for designing, synthesising, characterising, and testing various biofilm-resistant materials and coatings for bone-related implant applications.

All the ESRs have planned secondments that will allow them to gain both academia and industry experience. Secondment is a period of research training with another beneficiary or partner from BIOREMIA.

The ESRs created lovely videos to introduce themselves and their research projects. Go have a look at our YouTube channel and let the ESRs explain their work to you!

Get to know our Early Stage Researchers:

Yannick Fortouna
 

University of Ioannina (UOI), Greece


ESR 1 project


Ludovico Andrea Alberta

IFW Dresden (IFW), Germany
 

ESR 2 project


Aleksandra Bartkowska

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain
 

ESR 3 project


Fei-Fan Cai
 

Montanuniversität Leoben (MUL), Austria

ESR 4 project


Miguel Brito Costa
 

University of Cambridge (UCAM), United Kingdom

ESR 5 project


Tim Kreuz
 

University of Cambridge (UCAM), United Kingdom

ESR 6 project


Kirti Tiwari
 

Università degli Studi di Torino (UNITO), Italy

 

ESR 7 project


John Michael Ahmed Escobar Hernandez

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain

 

ESR 8 project


Adnan Akman

IFW Dresden (IFW), Germany

 

ESR 9 project


David Zermeño Pérez
 

Ashland Specialties Ireland Ltd. (Ashland), Ireland

ESR 10 project


Adam Turner
 

Goeteborgs Universitet (UGOT), Sweden
 

ESR 11 project


Paula Milena Giraldo Osorno

Goeteborgs Universitet (UGOT), Sweden
 

ESR 12 project


Juan José Londoño Rueda

PX Services SA (PXS), Switzerland

ESR 13 project


Yohan Douest
 

Anthogyr SAS (Anthogyr), France

ESR 14 project


Sebastião Mollet Barros

Stryker Trauma GmbH (Stryker), Germany

ESR 15 project