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EPF-ESTP summer program on Artificial Intelligence & Engineering applied to Smart Cities

The 4th edition of EPF-ESTP summer program on Artificial Intelligence & Engineering applied to Smart Cities offers an in-depth study on topics related to the application of artificial intelligence and various new technologies integrated in smart cities and built environments. It also discusses how artificial intelligence impacts planning and

Joint Transnational Call: “Novel imaging and brain stimulation methods and technologies related to Neurodegenerative Diseases”

The ANR launches in collaboration with the ERA-NET JPcofuND  2 a joint call to support multinational, collaborative research projects to develop and improve cutting edge Imaging and Brain stimulation methods and technologies for the Neurodegenerative diseases. The present call is supported by 20 member countries including Canada and France.

Call for applications – PSL Dissertation Prize in Humanities and Social Sciences 2020

PSL University launches a call for applications to reward the best doctoral work in five Humanities and Social Sciences fields : Art Aesthetics Literature; Law, economics, management; Humanities; Science / Humanities Interfaces; Social Sciences. Eligible dissertations must have been defended between December 2018 and December 2019 in a French

Call for Application – Mourou-Strickland 2020 Mobility Program

Canada, Québec not included as there are some specific partnership programs between Québec and France  In 2018, the Embassy of France in Canada implemented a two-way mobility program for researchers between France and Canada. That same year, Donna Strickland (University of Waterloo, Canada) and Gérard Mourou (Ecole polytechnique, CNRS

The Call For Applications For The 2020 « New Collaborations Programs » Is Open!

This Scientific Collaboration Support Program, financed by the France-Canada Research Fund (FCRF), aims to support developing new expert partnerships between France and Canada by promoting researcher mobility, particularly for young researchers, and students. This program provides financing for new scientific projects jointly developed by French and Canadian teams that

Call for Application – Mourou-Strickland 2020 Mobility Program

Canada, Québec not included as there are some specific partnership programs between Québec and France  In 2018, the Embassy of France in Canada implemented a two-way mobility program for researchers between France and Canada. That same year, Donna Strickland (University of Waterloo, Canada) and Gérard Mourou (Ecole polytechnique, CNRS – France) received the Nobel Prize in Physics, the highest scientific distinction. This prize was awarded jointly to them for their collaborative work on lasers, and more specifically on “frequency drift amplification”. As the objective of the Embassy’s mobility program is to initiate scientific partnerships between French and Canadian teams,

Call for applications: French Scholars Lecture Series 2020

The Consulate General of France in Vancouver has partnered with the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies at the University of British Columbia (UBC) to bring leading French scholars to UBC in the French Scholars Lecture Series. This program invites outstanding scholars from France to participate in an open dialogue with their Canadian counterparts.  Visiting scholars will be selected from different disciplinary and research backgrounds, with nominations accepted for both senior scholars and outstanding early career faculty.  Visiting scholars must hold a full-time teaching or research faculty position (Emeriti/retired faculty are not eligible).  The visit will include at least

Call for applications – 2018 Mobility Funding for Researchers

Canada -Québec not included as there are some specific partnership programs between Québec and France-  Eligibility: Canadian or French researchers affiliated to laboratories/ departments which are part of Canadian or French University/ Research Centre  Funding: 1 return economy-class flight Canada- France or France-Canada A contribution towards subsistence costs (per diem, for a maximum of three nights) Please send your application (PDF): Application Form (download here), letter of invitation from the host institution, short CV to: [email protected] For any information, same email address or Tel: +1 613-593-7412 Deadline for applications: March 18, 2018, 11:59 PM EST (Canada)

Globalink Research Award – Campus France

  Call for Applications for GLOBALINKS RESEARCH AWARDS  is open until November 9, 2016 For students in Canada to do research abroad - Open to: senior undergraduates and graduate students at Canadian universities - Citizenship: Canadian citizens and permanent residents - Funding: $7,000 - Destination: universities in France - Project duration: 12–24 weeks - Offered in partnership with Campus France. The deadline to apply is November 9, 2016, at 5 p.m. Pacific Standard Time To apply: https://www.mitacs.ca/en/programs/globalink/globalink-research-award For all enquiries about the GRA program or about the application process, please contact [email protected] For students in France to do research in Canada -

University Paris Saclay: Scholarship for International Students

The University Paris-Saclay (3 universities, 4 grandes écoles and 7 research organizations) offer,s for the academic year 2019-2020, 120 scholarships for outstanding International students who will be admitted to one of its 464 Master's degree programs. The scholarships of € 10,000 per year (plus a transport allowance) are awarded on the basis of academic excellence. They can be awarded for 1 or 2 years. The laureates benefit from personalized support before their arrival in France and throughout their studies. How to apply? Students must first apply online at one of the masters of the University Paris-Saclay, all disciplines included.

Scholarships program – ENS Paris-Saclay

École normale supérieure Paris-Saclay, name of general use of ENS Cachan, is pleased to announce the launch of its 2018 – 2019 international scholarships program.The 2018 – 2019 program aims at students applying for a first or a second year of Master’s degrees in the list below, PhD (joint-PhD or co-direction) and students wishing to pursue a research stay in an ENS Paris-Saclay laboratory.Application deadline: May 31, 2018For more information, visit ENS Paris-SaclayMentionLevelFormationLinkDeadlineSupervisorForeign and Regional Languages, Literature and CultureM1Anglais de spécialitéhttp://www.ens-paris-saclay.fr/en/school/departments/languages-departmentMay 15, 2018Dr. Anthony SABERM2Anglais de spécialitéM2Cultures anglophonesM2Lignuistique de l’anglaisFundamental Physics and ApplicationsM1Phytem(Training exclusively in French)http://phytem.ens-paris-saclay.fr/version-francaise/master-m1-phytem/June 30, 2018Dr. Mélanie LEBENTALM2Monabiphothttp://www.ens-paris-saclay.fr/en/graduate-studies/ens-paris-saclay-degree/masters/master-molecular-nano-and-bio-photonicsJuly

Scholarship Program – Interdisciplinary Master in Life Science in France

Within the framework of the PSL Q-Life Institute of Convergence, a scholarship program offering competitive stipends (10,000 €/year) for students following the Interdisciplinary Master in Life Science (IMaLiS) has been established to specifically support two categories of students : Students holding a foreign bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences or in another discipline with a demonstrated background in Life Sciences. Students holding a French Master 1 or 2 degree or equivalent in Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry or Geosciences (including French engineering school students). The Paris Science and Letters Research University (PSL) is the premier degree-granting research institution in France.

Globalink Research Award – Campus France

  Call for Applications for GLOBALINKS RESEARCH AWARDS  is open until November 9, 2016 For students in Canada to do research abroad - Open to: senior undergraduates and graduate students at Canadian universities - Citizenship: Canadian citizens and permanent residents - Funding: $7,000 - Destination: universities in France - Project duration: 12–24 weeks - Offered in partnership with Campus France. The deadline to apply is November 9, 2016, at 5 p.m. Pacific Standard Time To apply: https://www.mitacs.ca/en/programs/globalink/globalink-research-award For all enquiries about the GRA program or about the application process, please contact intern[email protected] For students in France to do research in Canada -

Call for rapid publication working papers related to COVID-19

The Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies (PWIAS) has launched a call for applications to fund new working groups to produce rapid publications in relation to COVID-19. The publications will be published on the PWIAS website prior to being submitted to academic journals, and will aim to influence policy decisions in different areas of society and levels of government.  International scholars are welcome to apply, with a UBC collaborator.  Applications must take an innovative, unconventional approach to understanding and addressing the challenges posed by COVID-19 and society’s response to it. Application must be two pages maximum, and must

Joint Transnational Call: “Novel imaging and brain stimulation methods and technologies related to Neurodegenerative Diseases”

The ANR launches in collaboration with the ERA-NET JPcofuND  2 a joint call to support multinational, collaborative research projects to develop and improve cutting edge Imaging and Brain stimulation methods and technologies for the Neurodegenerative diseases. The present call is supported by 20 member countries including Canada and France. The aim of the call is to finance multidisciplinary and multinational collaborative projects to advance the development and the use of imaging technologies and brain stimulation techniques to better understand, diagnose or treat neurodegenerative diseases. Proposals should focus on one or several of the following research areas: Imaging Technologies Brain

The Call For Applications For The 2020 « New Collaborations Programs » Is Open!

This Scientific Collaboration Support Program, financed by the France-Canada Research Fund (FCRF), aims to support developing new expert partnerships between France and Canada by promoting researcher mobility, particularly for young researchers, and students. This program provides financing for new scientific projects jointly developed by French and Canadian teams that have never worked together before. Submitted proposals must be joint projects between a French institution (all universities, Grandes Écoles, and research organizations are eligible) and one of the 20 FCRF’s Canadian member universities. You can apply to the 2020 “New Collaborations” FCRF program. Please read the 2020 FCRF Guidelines carefully

ERC-Funded Post-doc Position in Neurosciences, Grenoble, France

Grenoble Institute of Neurosciences (GIN) is seeking a highly motivated scientist, experienced in cellular biology. Additional knowledge in neurological disorders is an asset. The laboratory is part of the Grenoble Institute of Neurosciences, a research center devoted to understanding brain functions in health and diseases. The GIN is a founding member of the Grenoble center of excellence in neurodegenerative disorders (CoEN GREEN) and a member of the IDEX NeuroCoG. Grenoble is an active research city located in the French Alps, three hours from Paris by train. Application process: Send a CV, a brief outline of current research, scientific interests and career goals, as well

The Call For Applications For The 2019 « New Collaborations Programs » Is Open!

This Scientific Collaboration Support Program, financed by the France-Canada Research Fund (FCRF), aims to support developing new expert partnerships between France and Canada by promoting researcher mobility, particularly for young researchers, and students. This program provides financing for new scientific projects jointly developed by French and Canadian teams that have never worked together before. Submitted proposals must be joint projects between a French institution (all universities, Grandes Écoles, and research organizations are eligible) and one of the 20 FCRF’s Canadian member universities: You can apply to the 2019 “New Collaborations” FCRF program. Please read the 2019 FCRF Guidelines carefully

Call for applications – 2018 Mobility Funding for Researchers

Canada -Québec not included as there are some specific partnership programs between Québec and France-  Eligibility: Canadian or French researchers affiliated to laboratories/ departments which are part of Canadian or French University/ Research Centre  Funding: 1 return economy-class flight Canada- France or France-Canada A contribution towards subsistence costs (per diem, for a maximum of three nights) Please send your application (PDF): Application Form (download here), letter of invitation from the host institution, short CV to: [email protected] For any information, same email address or Tel: +1 613-593-7412 Deadline for applications: March 18, 2018, 11:59 PM EST (Canada)

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