Exchange scheme

The ELECON project puts together researchers from seven partners, with consolidated research background and evidencing complementary competences. The coming together of the partners of this team, with a balanced participation of senior and junior researchers, ensures the capacities required to achieve the proposed goals. ELECON establishes an extended scientific network of seven educational and research entities from Europe and Brazil. The selection of the particular groups of the network has been based upon the concept of facilitating the scientific demands and objectives of the project. In particular, three institutes from EU and four institutes from Brazil will participate in the project:


(1)    IPP – Polytechynic Institute of Porto, Portugal, coordinating the project (, Coordinator

(2)   OVGU – Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany (

(3)    INPGrenoble – Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble, France (

(4)    UNESP – Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil (

(5)    UFSC – Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil (

(6)    IF-SC – Instituto Federal de Educação Ciência e Tecnologia de Santa Catarina, Brazil (

(7)    USP – Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil (



The exchange scheme proposed by ELECON consists in a total number of 54 researchers actively involved in the project, from which 19 are experienced researchers (ER) and 35 are early stage researchers (ESR) from all the scientific entities involved. In particular, 27 researchers from EU and 27 from Brazil will work in the project. Special attention has been given to the harmonization of the expertise of each exchanged researcher with the scientific activities of the institute of destination, as well as the workflow of the project and the required time frame. Aiming at the efficient interaction between the participants and the successful accomplishment of the project goals, the project activities have been organized in work packages involving well defined tasks in a successive manner. Additionally, with the purpose of ensuring an efficient transfer of knowledge, during the four years of duration of the project, there will be organised a total of four workshops, 2 in Brazil and 2 in Europe, related to the scientific areas of expertise of the participating groups and complementary training sessions through ad-hoc seminars.

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