During the last week of November, the FluidNET (Fluids driving the evolution of the continental crust: influence of pathway networks, fluxes, and time scales) Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN project team visited La Palma to host the final training event for the 12 early-stage researchers involved in the project.
During the one-week training, the early-stage researchers received advice, among other things, on career pathways available after concluding their PhD, funding opportunities in science and industry, and tips and hints on how to apply to research and industry positions. The programme also included two field visits, one to the Laurisilva forest and the other to the Tajogaite volcano.
LPRC contributed to the training sessions, provided logistical assistance, and helped organizing the field trip to Tajogaite (in collaboration with GeoTenerife).
We hope they enjoyed their stay on the island as much as we enjoyed supporting the organizing team! We wish good last months to the project and the best of luck to the 12 early-stage researchers in finishing their PhDs and navigating to the next steps in their careers!
La Palma offers a lot of possibilities for celebrating training events, workshops, and team retreats and LPRC can help your organization to make the most of your stay.