Welcome to the CORE ITN

CORE is a four year Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) on Continuous Resolution and Deracemization of Chiral Compounds by Crystallization which started on the 1 October 2016. CORE brings together 8 beneficiary partners and 6 associate partners from 6 European countries resulting in an unparalleled combination of chirality, synthesis and crystallization training and research covering the areas of Chemical Engineering, Chemistry and Applied Physics.

The CORE network employs 15 Early Stage Researchers on a challenging research-training programme, which is to be completed with a PhD thesis. The CORE network will provide excellent infrastructure, is well equipped with state-of-the-art technologies, and has substantial knowledge and experience from eminent senior academics in the field.  In addition to hands-on training in multidisciplinary and intersectoral research, ESRs will be provided with extensive transferable skills training through network-wide training events. A key component of the training is that Early Stage Researchers will undertake secondments with Academic and Industrial Partners. 
 
The research objective of the CORE Network is to jointly construct a CORE Industrial Toolbox on Continuous Resolution that provides next generation tools, approaches and methods to industry for the development continuous resolution processes. The strongly involved industrial partners will ensure that the CORE Industrial Toolbox fulfils their requirements in the skills gap areas Towards Continuous, Hybrid Resolution and Enabling Resolution. 
 
In addition, the research network welcomes interest from Post-doctoral researchers for MSCA Individual Fellowships 2018: https://www.coreitn.eu/Recruitment.htm
 
Project start date – 1 October 2016 for 48 months
 
Funding scheme:
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network
Call (part) identifier H2020-MSCA-ITN-2016. 
Project number: 722456 CORE




Download the CORE leaflet in PDF.


News

ESR, Ryusei Oketani awarded excellent poster prize at Symposium on Molecular Chirality in Chiba, Japan
Ryusei Oketani based at SMS Lab, University of Rouen won the excellent poster prize at the Symposium on Molecular Chirality in Chiba, Japan..... more

Free WEBINAR - The Influence of Crystallization Kinetics on Your Process
This Free Technobis webinar, presented by Prof. Dr. Joop ter Horst, will look at how crystallization kinetics influence you crystallization process..... more

Events

CORE Workshop 2018 and Mid-term Review Meeting
The second CORE Workshop and Mid-term review will take place from 3 - 5 September 2018, Rouen, France. .... more

CORE ITN Day at Summer School 2018
20 April 2018
University of Manchester, UK
This event is for CORE ITN members only..... more