Training

Each research project of the ten doctoral candidates (DCs) is connected to at least one of the scientific work packages. In addition to the scientific training provided locally at the host institution and during secondments, the DCs will also receive network-wide training as outlined below.

 

SCIENTIFIC TRAINING

  • Omics technologies applied to research in vitiviniculture
  • Multivariate statistics and data analysis
  • Analysis of volatile compounds from wines by HPLC fractionation, ultra-performance liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry detection and sensory analysis
  • Flow cytometry, a useful tool for studying yeast interactions¬†
  • High-throughput genotyping and phenotyping methods for yeast polygenic trait analysis
  • Factors affecting grape and wine quality

 

COMPLEMENTARY SKILLS TRAINING

  • Gender and diversity mainstreaming
  • Sustainable research management and environmental awareness: the MSCA Green Charter
  • Writing skills and science communication
  • Open access (open data and publications)
  • Intellectual property protection
  • Presentation skills
  • Advanced Business: advanced marketing and economics and world wine markets
  • Job placement and labour market
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Grant writing
  • Project management

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