MULTI-POS: Lessons learnt from fellows and supervisors

Elena Simona Lohan, Jari Nurmi, Gonzalo Seco-Granados, Henk Wymeersch, Ossi Nykänen

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© Springer International Publishing AG 2017. The path to a successful and cooperative network is not always smooth. Marie Curie networks are, by definition, networks of people with various technical and cultural backgrounds and with different personalities, individual work and life targets, and personal ways of solving the challenges that each has to cope with. The larger a network is, the more likely it is that some conflicts or personality mismatches appear, but this is not necessarily a bad thing, and it can be used as a learning and growth lesson. This chapter addresses the various challenges that were encountered during the MULTI-POS implementation and it summarizes the lessons learnt by both the fellows and the supervisors. The goal of this chapter is to offer some generic guidelines in forming and running large international networks, such as the Marie Curie training networks, and to enable the people interested in such collaborations to pro-actively identify and tackle some of the inherent challenges in such networks.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMulti-Technology Positioning
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2017


  • Lessons learnt
  • Participants’ survey
  • Recruitment delays
  • Research mobility
  • Secondments


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