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Financement de séjours de 1 à 10 mois dans des universités hors Europe pour des projets à forte composante mathématique. Pilotage et gestion pour la France par le CAMS, responsable scientifique Alessandro Sarti.

The H2020-MSCA-RISE-2017 Project GHAIA “Geometric and Harmonic Analysis with Interdisciplinary
Applications”, GA n. 777822 is a mobility project of a network of European partners, among which the
CNRS, the CAMS (UMR CNRS-EHESS) being the French node (scientific head for the project : Alessandro
Sarti). The present call offers
10 Marie Skłodkowska-Curie grants
to PhD students, postdocs, researchers, faculties or staff who are members of CNRS for long research visits
in a prescribed list of foreign universities, under the conditions inherent in the grant as detailed below. We
specifically encourage applications from members of research units affiliated with both the CNRS and the
EHESS.

Call for Mobility Projects 2022

1. Description of the offer

The objective of the mobility project is to carry out research in mathematics or any mathematical
modelling domain, in computer and data sciences, such as (non exhaustive list) :
a) mathematical methods in social science;
b) structural and post-structural models;
c) mathematical methods in morphogenesis;
d) mathematical morphology of signs;
e) theoretical life sciences;
f) models of critical ecology;
g) mathematical and computational neuroscience;
h) artificial intelligence;
i) epistemology of artificial intelligence
j) data analysis, computer science, digital humanities;
k) complementary skills and grant related skills;
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The grant will fund research stays of 1 to 10 months in one of the following institutes:
USA
• Princeton University;
• Yale University;
• Massachussetts Institute of Technology MIT;
• University of California (all campuses: Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, Merced, Riverside, San Diego,
San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz.);
• Columbia University in the City of New York;
• Leland Stanford Junior University;
• Johns Hopkins University;
• Washington University in St. Louis;
• Worcester Polytechnic Institute;
• University of Houston System;
• University of Pittsburgh;
• University of Texas (all campuses: Austin, Dallas, Arlington, El Paso, Rio Grande, San Antonio, Tyler);
• University of Illinois System;
• The University System of Maryland Foundation.
Argentina
• Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Australia
• The University of Western Australia;
• The University of Sydney.
Canada
• Queen's University at Kingston.
China
• Academia Sinica.
Europe
• GMV Madrid.
hereafter referred to as Host Institutes.
The grant will cover a net amount of 2000 € per month. This grant can be used in co-financing with any
other projects funds, EXCEPT other full time grants (e.g. other Marie Skłodkowska Curie fundings are NOT
compatible).

2. Requirements of the Applicant

The present call is open to PhD students, postdocs, researchers or faculties, technical and administrative
staff, who have been appointed by the CNRS for more than 6 months.
For the duration of the visit the applicant should remain member of the institutions.
Ph.D. students are allowed to participate during the legal length of their Ph.D. or even after that, prior to the
defence. In any case the visit abroad must end before the defence.
Minimum length of the visit is one month, the maximum length is 10 months.

3. Instructions for application

Applications should be sent by email, in pdf format, to
Alessandro Sarti: alessandro.sarti@ehess.fr
with copy to
Jean-Pierre Nadal: jean-pierre.nadal@ehess.fr
subject : GHAIA
Any preliminary inquiry on aspects of the present call can be addressed to the same e-mail.
Applications must include the following documents, in pdf format:
• a research proposal with date and signature (max 1 page);
• a Curriculum Vitae with date and signature;
• an invitation letter by the scientist in charge of supervising the research in the Host Institute,
indicating the proposal title, the name of the applicant and the period of the stay;
• in case the applicant is a PhD student, a presentation letter by the PhD supervisor.
The research proposal should be prepared according to the following scheme.
• PROPOSAL TITLE:
• NAME & First name of the applicant
• AFFILIATION: email (give an institutionnal address, such as XXX@ehess.fr), Full address, Status,
Employment contract with the CNRS: dates (beginning/end).
• PROPOSED HOST INSTITUTE: [to be chosen within the list in section 1.]
• PROPOSED DURATION AND DATES OF THE RESEARCH STAY: [in between 1 and 10
months, departure date should be between November 2022 and September 2023]
• NAME AND AFFILIATION OF THE SCIENTIST IN CHARGE OF SUPERVISING THE
RESEARCH IN THE HOST INSTITUTE:
• SCIENTIFIC PROPOSAL, SPECIFYING THE FOLLOWING POINTS: [max 5000 characters]
- description and state of the art of the problem to be addressed;
- relationship with the scientific areas objective of the proposal;
- expertise of the research group/scientist in charge at the Host Institute;
- results expected from the proposed research stay.
application deadline: 15 September, 2022

4. Evaluation

Priority will be assigned to proposals depending on their scientific relevance, the feasibility of the expected
results, the impact, and the match between the proposed problem and the profile of the Scientist in charge in
the Host Institution.
Incomplete proposals (i.e. invitation letter missing) will be taken into account, but with a penalization. In this
case, if the proposal is accepted, the visit cannot start until an invitation letter is presented.
The proposals will be financed in order of ranking.
The selected candidates will be informed of the positive evaluation by 30 September 2022, and they will
have time until 10 October 2022 to accept the grant.