Opportunities at CNRS-Imperial "Abraham de Moivre"
This joint fellowships programme supports extended visits of Professeurs and Maîtres de Conférences in CNRS-sponsored laboratories to Imperial's Department of Mathematics, providing more opportunities for exchange visits between researchers from French universities and the Department; all fields of mathematics are eligible.
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Short-Term Exchange Grants (STEG)
New opportunities for Imperial academics to make short-term stays in French labs or host short-term visitors from a French lab. The scientific span of these grants, like that of the "Abraham de Moivre" Lab, concerns all domains of mathematics and of their interactions with other fields, such as physics, computer science, biology, economics, social sciences.
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Imperial College London-CNRS PhD Joint Programme
To support collaborative endeavours, the College and CNRS have launched a joint call for proposals between the two institutions in order to develop cooperation in the area of ‘Mathematics, data and their applications across all areas of science’. Funding is available for five research projects, each project should be underpinned by 1 PhD at Imperial and 1 PhD at CNRS. PhD students will be expected to spend time at both the UK and French institutes over the course of the PhD, and a mobility plan should include visits to France & UK for the academic supervisors/ PIs.
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Imperial-CNRS Collaboration Fund
To support collaborative endeavours, the College has recently been awarded funding from Research England as part of the International Investment Initiative (“I3”). The award provides seed funding to build research capacity under the overarching theme of “Data 4.0 – Leading the fourth industrial revolution with data-driven technologies”. Bids that seek to develop or link to the activities of CNRS-Imperial "Abraham de Moivre" International Lab in Mathematics are particularly encouraged (e.g broadening activity to include the interplay between mathematical sciences, data and physics, engineering, medicine and life sciences).
Find out more about the Collaboration Fund