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    Junior Scientific Visibility

    The purpose of this program is to facilitate the PhD’s integration in the research community on the one hand and on the other hand to encourage the emergence of young talents hired at post-doctoral level providing them tools to be visible locally and internationally.

    In order to achieve this, the FMJH and the LMH launch several calls for applications.


     

    For PhD Students

     

    • Incoming and outgoing International mobility

    It aims to contribute to the financing of research study period abroad, during one to two month(s) for PhD students in incoming and outgoing mobility (excluding PhD students under co-supervision who are beneficiary of other financing forms). The calls are planned for implementation in three phases.

                   Phase 1: release mid-November with application deadline 15th February.

                   Phase 2: release mid-March with application deadline 15th June.

                   Phase 3: release mid-July with application deadline 15th October.

    • Outgoing mobility

    Concerned public: PhD students registered at the EDMH

    It aims to help to the financing for one long term stay abroad (one to two month(s)) upon invitation of a researcher or an institution (such as for example the Institute Fields in Toronto or the MSRI in Berkeley). Such a stay can bring benefits to find a first scientific job while remaining within the dynamic of the thesis. Besides information about the stay (length, location, cost, amount of the requested contribution), the file shall contain a favorable opinion of the PhD supervisor and the EDMH as well as an invitation letter and a motivated scientific program, consistent with the current doctoral training. Maximum amount of the contribution: 2300 €.

    To apply
    • Incoming mobility

    Concerned public: PhD students abroad (or researcher having defensed their PhD abroad for less than one year)

    The purpose is to encourage long stays (one to two month(s)) in one of the mathematics laboratories of the Paris-Saclay great campus (see list) creating a pool of potential candidates for a future postdoctoral application. Besides information about the stay (length, location, cost, amount of the requested contribution), the file shall contain a favorable opinion of the PhD supervisor, an invitation letter with agreement of the host laboratory director as well as a motivated scientific program. Maximum amount of the contribution: 2300 €.

    If you want to go to or come from Canada, a joint application is recommended, see below.

    To apply

    For Post-Docs

    Concerned public: post-docs in one of the mathematics laboratories of the Paris-Saclay great campus (see list above)

    • International visibility

    The calls are planned for implementation in three phases.

                    Phase 1: release mid-November with application deadline 15th February.

                    Phase 2: release mid-March with application deadline 15th June.

                    Phase 3: release mid-July with application deadline 15th October.

    It aims to help to the financing for one long term stay abroad (one to two month(s)) upon invitation of an institution (such as for example the Institute Fields in Toronto or the MSRI in Berkeley).

    The file shall contain a favorable decision of the candidate assigned laboratory director as well as an invitation letter and a motivated scientific program, consistent with the current project research. Maximum amount of the contribution: 2300 €.

    If you want to go to or come from Canada, a joint application is recommended, see below.

    To apply
    • Scientific animations

    The purpose is to offer a support to young organizers of scientific events in the Paris-Saclay area (working group, seminar, workshops, schools, etc…). The file must contain all details regarding the event (scientific agenda, dates, location, cost) as well as the amount of the requested contribution.  Applications will be examined progressively by a jury with a final decision taken in the FMJH steering committee. Maximum amount of the contribution: 2000 €.

    To apply

    Mobility to and from Canada

    Three canadian organizations encourage mobility between France and Canada. If you want to go to Canada or come from Canada to Paris-Saclay, you must simultaneously apply to the calls of these organizations, which collaborate with FMJH:

    LAURETATE 2022

    •  Outgoing mobility: Balthazar Flechelles (LAG, séjour à Séoul), Antoine Prouff (LMO, séjour à Madrid), Thibault Juillard (LMO, séjour à Montreal), Margaux Zaffran (CMAP, séjour à Haifa - Israël), Lucas Gierczak (CMLS, séjour à Berlin)

    •  Incoming mobility: Florian Brück (CREST), Sami Douba (LMO), Samuel Freedman (LMO), Randy Llerena (LMO), Xiao Xia (LMO), Samuel Dehority (LMO)

    LAUREATES 2021

    •  Outgoing mobility: Gong Chen (CMLS, visit at Berkeley), Arthur Touati (CMLS, visit at Stanford)  
    •  Incoming mobility: Sami Douba (LMO), Colin Krawchuk (LMV)
    •  International visibility: Martina Magliocca (Centre Borelli), Nikita Simonov (LaMME)

    LAUREATES 2020

    •  Outgoing mobility: Badr Eddine Cherief Abdellatif (CREST), Alessia Del Grosso (LMV), Nidham Gazagnadou (LTCI), Paul Thevenin (CMAP), Alexandra Kuznetsova (CMLS), Vincent de Bortoli (CMLA), Nicolas SCHREUDER (CREST), Guillaume BALLIF (MUSCA) 
    •  Incoming mobility: Randy Fernando Llerena (LMO)