28 Mar 2014 Paris (France)

Sessions

Workshop 1: Financing in European research, mobility opportunities and grant application support

Description:  What are possible project and individual financing in mathematics and physics (Horizon2020, ERC grants, Marie Curie etc.) at European level, information on the financing and mobility opportunities in France and in the United Kingdom, and what support mechanisms for European funding applications exist at CNRS and at national level. Exchange of experience between institutions in different countries. 

Speakers: Dr Vanessa Campo-Ruiz, Vice-Chair, European Commission Horizon 2020 "Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Advisory Group" and Member of the Horizon 2020 ad hoc Advisory Group on Gender; Lison DEMICHELIS (Responsible for the European Union Programme at the DERCI, CNRS), Patrice Le Calvez (Laboratory Director, Institut de mathématiques de Jussieu), Aleksandra WALCZAK (physicist, researcher at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, ERC grant winner), Jean-François Huon, European Affairs Officer, Conférence des présidents d'université, representing Euraxess, mobility portal for researchers; Professor Helen Gleeson, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester; Emmanuel Alexandre, Responsible for Technology Transfer at CNRS; Mouna Tatou (moderator), member of the Administrative Committee of the National Association for PhD students, in charge of technology transfer at the Scientific Department of the Institut Mines-Télécom, ex-post-doc at the Solide Physics Laboratory (CNRS)

Organiser : CNRS and University of "Alexandru Ioan Cuza", Iasi, Romania

Time and venue: 13h30-15h, Paris, CNRS headquarters, PMA Delegation, 3 rue Michel-Ange, 75016, Building K, hall 024

Language: English

How to participate: Please go to the Registration page if you can come on site. If you want to join us via videoconference, skype or telephone, please send an e-mail to andreea.dumitrascu@cnrs-dir.fr to arrange your participation.

Follow-up: Please check the Media section of the official website after the event for photos. Presentations will be available to participants.

 

Workshop 2: Scientific careers – Recruiting and avancement at CNRS and Universities

Description:  In order to bring transparency and clarity on recruitment and promotion procedures, members of the juries will give practical information regarding which are the strong points of an application/promotion dossier, what should be avoided, how dossiers are discussed, how to know when is the right moment to apply for an advancement, how much publications count etc. Experiences researchers will bring their own career examples and will be ready to answer any questions raised. This workshop is dedicated to junior researchers and lecturers, and to PhD and post-doc students.

Speakers: Fatiha Alabau-Boussouira, mathematician, Proffesor at the University of Lorraine; Ellen Saada, mathematician, Senior Researcher at CNRS, member of the Section 41 of CoNRS; Colette GUILLOPÉ, mathematician, Proffesor at the University ofParis Est Créteil, Laboratoire d'Analyse et de Mathématiques Appliquées (LAMA); Marie-Aude MEASSON (moderator), physicist, Junior Researcher, CNRS

Organiser: CNRS

Time and venue: 13h30-15h, Paris, CNRS headquarters, PMA Delegation, 3 rue Michel-Ange, 75016, Building K, hall 023

Language: French

How to participate: Please go to the Registration page if you can come on site. If you want to join us via videoconference, skype or telephone, please send an e-mail to andreea.dumitrascu@cnrs-dir.fr to arrange your participation.

Follow-up: Please check the Media section of the official website after the event for photos. Presentations will be available to participants.

 

Conferences: Equations that built careers

Description:  Two experienced and well-known women researchers, one physicist and one mathematician, will talk about their research and their careers.  

Speakers: 

Isabelle Gallagher, mathematician, first class professor (Paris 7- Denis Diderot University) at the Institut de mathématiques de Jussieu-Paris Rive Gauche (UMR 7586 CNRS-Université Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris 6 et Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7), award winner of the Paul Doistau-Émile Blutet prize of the Science Academy in 2008 and junior member of the French Universitary Institute

Lucia Réining, senior researcher at CNRS, Coordinator of the Theoretical Spectoscopy Group of the Laboratoire des Solides Irradiées (UMR 7642 CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique-CEA), Vice-president of the European Theoretial Spectroscopy Facility (ETSF), winner of the CNRS silver medal  in 2003 and of an ERC Advanced Grant en 2012 

Opening: Anne Pépin, Director of the Mission for the PLace of Women at CNRS, and Giancarlo Faini, Scientific Deputy Director of the Institute of Physics 

Organiser: CNRS

Time and venue: 15h15-17h15, Paris, CNRS headquarters, PMA Delegation, 3 rue Michel-Ange, 75016, Building H, Hall Frédéric Joliot

Language: English

How to participate:  Please go to the Registration page if you can come on site. You can follow live our conference here. 

Follow-up: Please check the Media section of the official website after the event for photos. Presentations will be available to participants.

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