The University of Paris-Saclay offers Jean d’Alembert” scholarship program. This Excellence Initiative targets to provide highly qualified International scientists with long-term stays (from 6 to 12 months) in one of the laboratories within its perimeter.
Scientists from all disciplines and all countries are eligible.
Two different programs are proposed:
- Scholarships “young researcher” for candidates who have obtained their PhD for less than 10 years before
- The “confirmed researcher” scholarships
- In both cases the 6-12 month visit may be divided into a maximum of two distinct periods of at least three months, separated by a maximum of 12 months between the end of the first period and the beginning of the second period.
- monthly salary: € 2600 net for the “young researcher” program; € 3300 net for confirmed researchers,
- Accompanying costs; costs associated with the temporary establishment of the fellow in the laboratory in France.
- Applicant must hold PhD or equivalent, obtained less than 10 years at the time of application for the Young Researchers program; must have been recruited for a post of researcher, engineer or teacher-researcher at the institution of origin (Tenure track possible).
- Applicants who have resided in France for more than six months at the time of application are not eligible.
- French citizens may apply to the program, provided that their usual place of residence and work has been abroad for at least 5 years.
- Complete CV including a list of publications
- Letters of recommendation (preferably from outside the Paris-Saclay perimeter)
- Research project and possibly a training program or seminars, developed jointly with the host team
- A letter from the host laboratory specifying in particular the accompanying costs requested under the “Jean d’Alembert” program.
|Organization||University of Paris-Saclay|
|Subject areas||All disciplines|
|Fellowship amount||€ 2600 for young researcher program;
€ 3300 for confirmed researchers
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||31 March 2017|