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Cirm-Luminy - Calls for proposals - Appels d'offres

created by daniele on 07 Feb 2018

Deadline: 31 mar 2018

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Want to organize an event at Cirm during the first semester 2020?

Calls are now open! Les appels d’offres sont ouverts !

CALL 1 > EVENTS & PROGRAMMES
1. CONFERENCES & RESEARCH SCHOOLS
CIRM supports a variety of events lasting 5 days and gathering up to 90 people. These range from conferences to research schools welcoming a high number of young scientists. The aim is to give researchers in mathematical sciences the opportunity to present and discuss recent research results, initiate future collaborative projects and cross-fertilize ideas. Each year, CIRM runs around 35 events of this type for an average attendance of 75 weekly participants. Proposals are reviewed by CIRM's international scientific committee.

Funding: selected applications are granted up to 40 CIRM-subsidized places (free board and lodging at the centre). Additional external funding must be found to cover other participants. The cost of a week at CIRM is around €500 per participant.
INFORMATION & ONLINE PROPOSAL https://www.cirm-math.com/conf-propose.html
Call opens on 5th February 2018
Deadline: 31 March 2018

2. MULTI-YEAR PROGRAMMES
​​Many scientific projects need time to grow and achieve results. The aim of this new type of programmes over several years is to have the opportunity to stage key moments to review and take stock one week per year at CIRM.

Proposals should fit into one of these two areas: Mathematics (any research gathering mainly mathematicians) Mathematics in interaction (cross-disciplinary events associating mathematicians with other experts from other sciences such as physicists, physicians, biologists, economists, etc.)

The average timespan of a project should be around three years, with one (or possibly more) week-long event at CIRM every year.

Funding: the above programmes must be fully funded through external grants, for the whole duration of the projects. The cost of a week at CIRM is around €500 per participant.
INFORMATION & ONLINE PROPOSAL https://www.cirm-math.com/multi-year-propose.html
Proposals can be sent throughout the year

3. JEAN-MORLET CHAIR
CIRM created this semester-long programme in order to extend its cooperation with international researchers, offering them a six-month residential position, during which they collaborate with a local project leader from Aix-Marseille University. Each semester focuses on a different area but follows a similar general structure, combining the organization of a range of scientific events (two large and up to 4 smaller events) with a programme of invitations aimed at attracting international researchers to the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region. Benefits include an attractive salary, publication with Springer-SMF, subsidies for events and special grants for invitations, onsite accommodation etc.​ ​ Proposals are placed online on a dedicated website and evaluated by CIRM's international scientific committee. Funding: The Chair benefits from specific funding from various sponsors. Holders are also asked to look for additional external funding to cover some of the costs.
INFORMATION & ONLINE PROPOSAL
http://www.chairejeanmorlet.com/
Call opens on 5th February 2018
Deadline: 31 March 2018

4. WORKSHOPS
CIRM also welcomes smaller workshops that run alongside the larger event of each week or in parallel to other groups. Note that, with new infrastructure due to open late 2018, workshops will be able to gather up to 40 participants. These 4 or 5-day events enable participants to focus on a specific area or on a particular problem. The format is particularly well-adapted to projects funded by the Groupements de recherche (GDR), or by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), and they can also be the perfect way to organize a celebratory event (e.g. Lagrange Days in 2013). One of the advantages of these smaller workshops is that - contrary to larger events that need to be scheduled two years before they take place - proposals can be received at any time. The international scientific committee at CIRM studies proposals, as and when they come, and decides on average within 4 to 6 weeks after receiving them. Specific dates are then arranged directly with the Events Coordinator.

Funding: Workshops must be fully funded through external grants. The cost of a week at CIRM is around €500 per participant.

INFORMATION & ONLINE PROPOSAL https://www.cirm-math.com/wk-propose.html
Proposals can be sent throughout the year

5. RESEARCH IN PAIRS
Research in Pairs (2 to 4 people) enable researchers to work together on very specific projects such as putting the final touches to a paper or a book, studying a new problem, setting up a collaboration etc. These events last on average 1 to 2 weeks (exceptionally 3 weeks), subject to the need of the project and to vacancies at CIRM during the identified calendar weeks. One of the advantages of Research in Pairs is that - contrary to larger events that need to be scheduled two years before they take place - applications can be received at any time. The international scientific committee at CIRM studies proposals, as and when they come in, and makes a decision on average 4 to 6 weeks after receiving them. Specific dates are then arranged directly with the Events Coordinator.

Funding: board and lodging at CIRM is offered for up to 3 participants from outside the region, usually for 1 or 2 weeks.
INFORMATION & ONLINE PROPOSAL https://www.cirm-math.com/pairs-propose.html
​Proposals can be sent throughout the year

CALL 2 > JOINT PROGRAMMES
These programmes benefit from a pre-selection made by various organizing bodies (IHP, SMAI, SMF etc.). The second step of the application is to present a well-defined proposal to CIRM for final evaluation and selection by the scientific committee at CIRM.

​6. CEMRACS (CIRM & SMAI)

Each year, for six weeks, CIRM is the home of a summer school programme which is proposed, organized and funded by the SMAI (Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society). The application is prepared with the SMAI then an online application must be filled in on our website. The proposal is then evaluated by CIRM's international scientific committee during one of their meetings. An additional oral presentation and discussion with the scientific committee takes place 18 months before the start of the summer school.

Funding: CEMRACS events must be fully funded through external grants. The cost of a week at CIRM is around €500 per participant.
INFORMATION & ONLINE PROPOSAL <>
Call will open in the summer 2018

​7. SMF WEEKS (CIRM & SMF)

The French Mathematical Society proposes to fund two distinct weeks per year. The format is determined each year by the SMF in a call for proposals that is published on the SMF website
See http://smf.emath.fr/>

Funding: the above programme will be funded by the SMF.
INFORMATION & ONLINE PROPOSAL https://www.cirm-math.com/smf-weeks.html
Call opens on 5th February 2018
Deadline: 31 March 2018
​​8. THEMATIC MONTH (CIRM & AIX-MARSEILLE UNIVERSITE)

Every February, CIRM and Aix-Marseille University (AMU) stage a 4 or 5-week "Thematic Month" devoted to one particular area (Statistics, Probability, Cryptography, Dynamical Systems etc.). This thematic session features conferences and research schools. This special month is sometimes coupled with the general topic of the Jean-Morlet Chair taking place that particular semester, thus allowing exchanges, co-funding opportunities and a larger international presence.

​Funding: up to 40 CIRM-subsidized places (free board and lodging at the centre) are granted per week. Additional external funding must be found to cover other participants. The cost of a week at CIRM is around €500 per participant.
INFORMATION & ONLINE PROPOSAL https://www.cirm-math.com/tm-propose.html
Call opens on 5th February 2018
Deadline: 31 March 2018
9. IHP SCHOOLS (CIRM & INSTITUT HENRI POINCARE)

​Each year, CIRM reserves two weeks for the introduction weeks to some trimesters taking place at Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris. Detailed proposals for these specific weeks must be filled in online in order for CIRM's international scientific committee to get all the necessary information before deciding to select and sponsor them. ​ Funding : up to 40 CIRM-subsidized places (free board and lodging at the centre) are granted per week. Additional external funding must be found to cover other participants. The cost of a week at CIRM is around €500 per participant.
INFORMATION & ONLINE PROPOSAL https://www.cirm-math.com/school-propose.html
Call opens on 5th February 2018
Deadline: 31 March 2018

10. RNBM-MATHRICE-AUDIMATH WEEKS
These weeks are aimed at groups of professionals working with mathematicians on a day-to-day basis, which are part of a GDS. They include the Réseau National des Bibliothèques de MathématiquesRNBM (Maths Libraries), Réseau d'informaticiens MATHRICE (IT), and the new Réseau national AUDIMATH (outreach and dissemination). Proposals will be studied and selected by CIRM's international Scientific committee.

NB: CIRM is of course open to other groups wishing to host institutional weeks, whether they are based in France or abroad. If you are in this situation, please contact the Events Coordinator at CIRM.

ONLINE PROPOSAL https://www.cirm-math.fr/app_form/
Call opens on 5th February 2018
Deadline: 31 March 201

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