At each of the four partner universities, 20 fellowship positions will be opened in the five EuroTech Focus Areas. Among others, the main objectives of the project are to attract excellent young researchers from all over the world and to initiate collaborative and interdisciplinary research projects across the Alliance. The positions will be available among the Alliance’s focus areas: Health & Bio Engineering, Smart & Urban Mobility, Data Science & Engineering, High Performance Computing and Entrepreneurship & Innovation. The first of the bottom-up call for proposals will be published in November 2017 and more information will be shared shortly. The project is coordinated by the Technical University of Munich.