Ten Doctoral Candidates(DCs) will undertake their PhDs in a research and training programme designed to optimise their multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral experience through secondments and a variety of MuSIC wide fora.
The MuSIC Doctoral Candidates (DCs) will be able to lead the energy transition via multi-domain studies, models, practical tools driving building design and urban planning towards better resilience to climate change and societal inclusion, while considering human well-being and health in the short- and long-term.
MuSIC will aim at training the next generation of young professionals with knowledge and capability in human-centred design and monitoring for the built environment in order to have future generation with more liveable and sustainable indoor and outdoor spaces in cities thanks to the application of highly innovative solutions developed through cutting-edge, multisensory
and multi-dimensional research and industrial development.
Research is divided into 2 WPs:
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation program under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie (G.A. n. 101073357).