SDGine for Healthy People and Cities

A research and innovation platform for SDGs

 SDGine gives 12 Early-Stage Researchers the opportunity to complete International Industrial Doctorates at UPM

Financed jointly by the European Union and Spanish industrial leaders, SDGine is a research and innovation action to develop transformative technologies and innovation for healthy people and cities.

SDGine is a 60-month H2020 COFUND project funded by the European Union under a Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement. With an overall budget of 1,952,640.00€, the action will run from 1st October 2020 to 30th June 2026.

SDGine gives 12 Early-Stage Researchers the opportunity to complete International Industrial Doctorates at UPM. The researchers will enjoy a 36-month employment contract to complete a PhD degree co-supervised by a UPM professor and an industrial supervisor from one of the companies that are participating in this project.

UPM SDGs Commitment: #UPM2030

Since 2016, UPM is undergoing a profound realignment of its missions, building on its experience, expertise and diverse strengths, to become a university fully committed with the implantation and promotion of the SDGs. Starting on 2018, UPM embarked on a deep transformation of its research goals, a process to map all university research groups and strengths with reference to the 17 SDGs. This strategy helped to identify and establish internally and externally UPM main areas of action, and through:

Transformative Research & Development

Teaching, SDGs in educational plans, Masters and Doctoral Programmes

Systemic innovation and technology transference

Why UPM?


SDGine Partners

  • Coordinator

    Vice-Rectorate for Research, Innovation & Doctoral Studies (UPM)

  • Areas of Research

    STEAM & SDGs

  • Candidates

    12 Early-Stage Researchers (MSCA mobility rule & Master)

  • Offer

    3-year contracts to complete Industrial & International Doctorates at UPM

  • Starting date: 01/10/2020

  • End date: 30/06/2026

  • Ramiro de Maeztu, 7. 28040 Madrid

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 945139
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