ACO is a collaborative network of several European institutes and companies, called Participating Organisation, whose twofold goal is:
- to reveal the past Solar System history using Astrochemistry as a tool and
- train a new generation of interdisciplinary researchers.
ACO is constituted by thirteen Beneficiaries plus eight Partner Organisations.
Each Participating Organisation will provide a complementary expertise indispensable to achieve of the ACO objectives:
- instrumental, observational, theoretical, computational, modelling, and experimental to reach the scientific goal and,
- on informatics, scientific presentation and management, for completing the wide-transferable training.
ACO has opened 17 PhD positions (“Early Stage Researchers”) funded by the Marie-Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) of the European Union H2020 programme.
Deadline: 2 June 2019.
Read the CORDIS announcement
See details of the project at the ACO website
Read the specific UniTrento postition at ESR 12, research topic: Laboratory experiments and theoretical computations on the gas-phase destruction routes of interstellar molecules: ion-neutral reactions