Valencia (VP). The Ministry of Innovation has awarded a grant of 150,000 euros in equal parts to the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of Valencia to recruit doctoral students who will form the management team of the Center for Digital Technologies of Munich (CDTM). Valencia.
Through a leading public educational program in technology management, through innovative teaching methods and applied research in collaboration with CDTM industrial partners, the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the official Bachelor and Master degree students of the University of Valencia are trained in innovation and entrepreneurial skills Will do
The program aims to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to become successful professionals in the fields of digital technology, management and entrepreneurship.
The CDTM is fully directed by a management team made up of a group of doctoral students working in it, run by students and advised by a council of professors.
This team receives a four-year term as doctoral candidates, allowing a natural rotation of teams, with members having a first phase (active phase) of 2.5 years in which they focus on managing the CDTM; And then a 1.5-year research phase, in which they focus on completing their doctoral thesis.
In the resolution of the Ministry of Innovation, University, Science and Digital Society, published this Monday in the Official Gazette of the Generalitat, it is explained that the aid will be given for the hiring of personnel (the cost of hired personnel or the beneficiary unit can is) rent-salary and social security contribution-), which cannot exceed 90% of the total; and equipment expenses, which cannot exceed 20%.
According to the resolution, this aid does not constitute state aid under the conditions provided for in Articles 107 and 108 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, since its grant is intended to distort or distort competition in favor of certain companies or products. There is no danger.