In AdMoRe the number of non-academic partners (4) is larger than the number of academic partners (3). The non-academic contribution to the supervision is therefore of particular importance. This is a unique feature of this ETN is and, as a direct consequence, every ESR will be co-supervised by an industrial advisorfrom one of the industrial partners in the network. Apart from regular meetings with the ESRs (fortnightly, via face to face or videoconference if needed), this advisor will provide an added value to the supervision of the ESR by: (1) introducing apractical(industrial) viewpointinto the project, this is relevant not only in the conception of the project, but also in the training by research, and in the assessment of risks and outcomes; (2) providing vital industry benchmark examplesandindustry databaseresults; (3) advising the ESR on possible industrial opportunitiesafter the conclusion of the program; (4) providing awareness of possibleindustrial fundingopportunities; (5) input into thePCDPof the ESR and (6) facilitating awareness for future commercial exploitation and patentedtechnological developments.