This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 858092

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Etna 2022 May 16
Etna school
Krafla volcano
Etna
IMPROVE Etna school at Mount Etna postponed to summer 2023
Improve Network School on Mount Etna 2022
Improve Network School on Mount Etna - TIME SERIES and MASSIVE DATA ANALYSIS
Linguaglossa (Mount Etna), Italy - August 29 – September 2, 2022
IMPROVE NordVulk Summer School: GEOTHERMAL AND MAGMATIC SYSTEMS
Laugar/Krafla, North Iceland - June 11-16, 2022
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Welcome to MSCA-ETN IMPROVE

The Marie Sklodowska-Curie European Training Network “Innovative Multi-disciplinary European Research training network on VolcanoEs” (MSCA-ETN IMPROVE) is a project funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme.

IMPROVE is a highly cooperative multi-disciplinary network of European Research Institutes and Small-Medium Enterprises. In IMPROVE, 15 Early Stage Researchers are trained to innovative research in volcano science extending across the academia-industry bridge, and including cooperative work, leadership skills, and independent thinking. Volcano science includes from innovative monitoring and prospecting to advanced lab experiments, High Performance Computing, and Artificial Intelligence. Two volcanic areas provide ideal cases for relevant scientific advance and training-through-research: Mount Etna in Sicily, one of the most monitored volcanoes in the world and the place where to extend our understanding of active volcano dynamics; and the Krafla caldera in Iceland, site of a large geothermal circulation system largely exploited for energy production, and of a shallow magmatic intrusion which is catalyzing break-through research from all over the world.

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