Ghent University is a top 100 university and one of the leading institutions of higher education and research in the Low Countries, providing excellent training opportunities to young and experienced researchers. It awarded around 640 PhD degrees in 2012 of which over 20% go to international young researchers and is one of the fastest growing European universities in terms of research capacity and productivity (e.g., in 2010 about 4025 research papers published in ISI-listed journals, a 200% increase in ten years’ time). Research centres and stakeholder platforms involved in SuPER-W include Capture, the brand-new research centre focused on the development of resource recovery technologies (, the stakeholder platform on resource recovery R2T (, and the Centre for Sustainable Development (