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Call for scientific projects XU Guangqi and CAI Yuanpei 2011 !

发布时间: 2010-12-30      访问次数: 542

Xu Guangqi and Cai Yuanpei programs have just been launch. Here is a little overview of the process this year :

The XU Guangqi  2011program to support Sino-French research has just been launched. This year, the program involves the entire People's Republic of China (except Hong Kong and Macao) in all scientific disciplines, hard sciences as well as Humanities and Social Sciences. Feel free to apply for your projects of scientific cooperation between France and China. Below is more information about the program and the link to the website of Egide where you will have to candidate.

Moreover
, the CAI Yuanpei 2011 program to support scientific and technological exchanges of excellence between French and Chinese research laboratories has also be launched.  It also involves the entire People's Republic of China (except Hong Kong and Macao) in all
scientific disciplines (hard sciences as well as Humanities and Social Sciences). Below is more information about the program and the link to the website of Egide where the French team will have to candidate as well as the website of the China Scolarship Council (CSC) where the Chinese team will have to candidate.

Do not hesitate to let everybody know.


XU GUANGQI 2011

Xu Guangqi is a program aimed at supporting scientific cooperation between France and China. It is carried out by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (MAE) through the Office for Science and Technology (SST) and the Department for Cooperation and Cultural Action (SCAC) of the Embassy of France in China.  

First being limited to the district of Shanghai ( in 2009 and 2010), this program has now been extended to the whole People's Republic of China (except Hong Kong and Macao).         

The
goal of Xu Guangqi is to develop scientific cooperation between French and Chinese researchers belonging to research laboratories in both countries. This program aims to support cooperations in their first stage. Projects in all scientific fields, including humanities and social sciences, are opened to this program.    

Any research laboratory attached to institutions of higher education, research organizations or companies can apply. The active participation and mobility of young researchers, particularly PhD students or post PhD fellows, is one of the first criteria of selection. The most promising teams will be allowed a grant up to 5000 euros.          

Here are the agenda of the selection process:
27th of December 2010: launch of the Xu Guangqi 2011 program.
28th of February 2011
: Closing day for applications.
31st of March 2011
: publication of the results.
April 2011
: beginning of the projects.          

All information is available on the Egide website 
 http://www.egide.asso.fr/jahia/Jahia/accueil/appels/phc/appelphc/xuguangqi

 


CAI YUANPEI 2011

The Cai Yuanpei 2011 Program was created jointly by the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research and the Chinese Ministry of Education, which has delegated the management of the program to the China Scholarship Council (CSC). The Cai Yuanpei 2010 program has provided fundings or 22 joint projects.

The goal of this program is to develop scientific and technological exchanges of excellence between research laboratories of both countries and built around joint PhDs (or at least co-directed) by the French and Chinese laboratories. Exchanges have to involve experienced researchers, post-PhD fellows (named as researchers) and PhD students. All scientific fields, including humanities and social sciences, are included in the program.    

The Cai Yuanpei 2011 program is opened to research laboratories attached to institutions of higher education, research organizations or companies. The projects have to be built around one or two thesis clearly defined and specified by the teams. The works of the PhD students involved will be co directed by the French and Chinese researchers. The projects will involve a maximum of 4 persons (2 researchers and 2 PhD students) per team in each country, totaling 8 researchers. The Chinese project managers will be under the age of 50 at the time of filling the application, and must be at least lecturer or research associate.

Here are the main dates of the selection process:
27th of December 2010: launch of the Xu Guangqi 2011 program. 
21st of February 2011
: Closing day for applications. 
30th of June 2011: publication of the results.
July 2011
: beginning of the projects.


All information
and applications are on the Egide website for the French team : http://www.egide.asso.fr/jahia/Jahia/accueil/appels/phc/appelphc/caiyuanpei

 
And on the CSC website for the Chinese team : http://www.csc.edu.cn/Chuguo/59087145a9694b2dbdbf72324026638e.shtml
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