Are you REDI to change the world?


image: REDI’s 40+ selected researchers will be based with academic and industry leaders in 12 countries, and will be part of a multidisciplinary community.
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Credit: RMIT European Doctoral Innovators Program

Our rapidly changing world needs a new generation of researchers capable of meeting the challenges ahead.

The REDI (RMIT European Doctoral Innovators) program, a € 9 million global doctoral training initiative co-funded by the European Union, RMIT University and more than 25 European research and industry partners, will prepare these tomorrow’s research leaders.

REDI’s comprehensive doctoral program will provide more than 40 talented researchers – most of whom will earn dual doctorates – the opportunity to accelerate their careers through enviable international experience, extensive peer networks and in-demand transferable skills.

RMIT Europe Executive Director Marta Fernandez said REDI will spark a global legacy of research and enterprise networks spanning Europe and Australia, laying the groundwork for long-term and fruitful interregional collaborations and initiating change. societal positive thanks to impactful research.

“For applicants, REDI is a unique opportunity offering excellent doctoral conditions – access to top researchers from industry and academia in 12 countries, over 60 high quality partners including BASF, Max-Planck- Institut, Politecnico de Milano, CNRS, Aalto University among others and annual training and networking activities in Barcelona, ​​”said Fernandez.

“REDI is also offering a unique residential year at RMIT Melbourne, ranked among the top 20 young universities in the world.

“There are many doctoral training programs, but REDI offers something new by combining cross-sector and international opportunities in Barcelona and Melbourne with professional training aligned with the needs of the industry; that’s what makes it stand out, ”she said.

“We are very proud to set a new standard. This is a program that will launch careers in research and co-funding the prestigious Marie-Sklowdowska-Curie program of the European Union underlines this vision. There is a reason why this innovative program ranked first in its European Union funding cycle, ”said Fernandez.

REDI offers applicants the choice of over 120 industry-supported projects and the opportunity to stand out from the crowd and tackle real-world challenges across a wide range of disciplines including architecture, aeronautics and medicine. .

REDI applicants will be able to reap the rewards of a doctoral training program that includes global connections, international experiences and exclusive research opportunities, some directly hosted by industry leaders, an attractive salary package and up to four years to complete their research.

RMIT Europe is leading the new REDI program and is now looking for highly motivated researchers. The first call for applications starts on October 1, 2021, with a second call taking place in early 2022.

Why apply to any doctoral program when you can put yourself ahead of the pack? Visit for more information on this distinguished program.

REDI has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie Grant Agreement No. 101034328.


REDI is led by RMIT Europe (Spain). RMIT Europe is the European hub of RMIT University (Australia), a global university of technology, design and business.

RMIT is a global university of technology, design and business, ranked among the top 20 universities under 50 in the world. World-class people, cutting-edge resources, collaboration with industry partners and multidisciplinary approaches are just some of the hallmarks of research at RMIT, which has nearly 90,000 students and campuses in Australia, Vietnam, a center in Spain, and research and industrial partners on all continents. Find out more:

THINK research partners:

5th Studio, Aalto University, Artificial Intelligence Research Center (IIIA), Autonomous University of Barcelona, ​​BASF, Boggi Aeronautics, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), Centro Internacional de Métodos Numéricos en Ingeniería (CIMNE), National Conservatory of Arts and Professions, École Centrale Lyon, EGAAL doctoral school, Eindhoven University of Technology, FH Aachen University, Hamburg University of Technology, HESAM Université, Kassel University, Lappeenranta – Lahti University of Technology, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, MGC Pharmaceuticals, Navantia, Polytechnic University of Milan, Polytechnic University of Turin, RUHR Universitat Bochum, French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Hebrew University of Israel, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, University of Bologna, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya, University of La Coruña, University of Agder, University of Copenhagen, Politehnica University of Bucharest

For more information:

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Recognition of funding:

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie SkÅ‚odowska-Curie Grant Agreement No. 10103432.


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