With STSMs taking pace in all 4 Grant Periods, COST Action TD 1405 ENJECT saw a steady increase in applicant interest, with GP 3 funding 28 Missions, including 9 IT Grant applicants.
Even with a smaller Grant Period 4 budget and time frame, the interest remained high with 11 applicants funded though COST’s initiative to support PhD and Early Career Investigators on their research missions.
Institutions around Europe served as hosts for all ENJECT applicants, including the following:
- University of Edinburgh
- King’s College London
- Imperial College London
- Salumedia Tecnologias
- ITU Copenhagen
- University of Ljubljana
- University of Zagreb
- Cyril and Methodius University
- Slovak University of Technology
- University of Porto
- University of Sevilla
- University of Oulu
- Grenoble Ecole de Management
- University Medical Centre of Ljubljana
- Sayta Casa da Misericordia
- RISE SICS
Continuing with the collaborative theme of the STSM programme, an exchange also took place between the University of Antwerp and Malta and UCD and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with researchers from each representative University contributing to the goals of ENJECT and producing outputs dedicated to Connected Health technology evaluation.