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International project for scientific cooperation (PICS)
A PICS is a scientific project jointly developed and proposed by two research teams, one belonging to a foreign-based research institution, the other to CNRS. The two teams must already have collaborated on one or more co-authored publications. The grant is intended to finance “extra international expenses” encountered by the project such as research trips, meeting administration, operational costs and equipment on a small scale.

Duration: The project is financed by the two partner organizations for three years.
Deadline: March 31, 2006.
http://www.drei.cnrs.fr/rub4/CNRS/pics/;view

Postdoctoral research positions at CNRS
These positions are available to foreign students or French PhDs who have spent time abroad and who wish to work in France. There are no nationality restrictions. The list of job openings is regularly updated (go to “Liste des offres,” then click on an offer, available in French and English).

Duration: one- or two-year periods, non-renewable.
Monthly pay: €2150 gross.
Requirements: PhD or equivalent degree at the time of employment; no prior work in the host lab, or absence of at least one year; be under 40 years of age.
Deadline: June 30, 2006

http://www.sg.cnrs.fr/drhchercheurs/Post_doc_2006/default.htm

France joins the academic network Career.edu
This useful site “provides the international academic and research community with a dedicated, effective, and easy-to-use job board,” updated as jobs become available. France has now joined, and positions in France are already posted.
www.career.edu

The European Researcher's Mobility Portal
Through this portal, you can search for grants, fellowships or positions available throughout Europe, either by country or by organization. You can also post your CV and find practical information (accommodation, childcare and schools, health care…) for each country.
http://europa.eu.int/eracareers/index_en.cfm

Egide 
Égide is a non-profit organization that manages French government international mobility programs. These programs oversee visits to France by foreign scholarship holders and guests, and visits abroad for French scholarship
holders and experts. Many funding opportunities
are listed under “International mobility program” and “calls for proposal.” Most content is available in English.
http://www.egide.asso.fr/uk/services/identite

 


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