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PhD "Mobility Packages" Call

Objective: Allow PhD students from the two Doctoral Schools affiliated with TULIP-GS and based in one of the 7 TULIP Laboratories to fund travel expenses in France or abroad to 1) visit collaborating group external to the TULIP consortium, 2) attend a training course in relation to their PhD project or 3) contribute to an international meeting.

Maximum funding per mobility project: 3k€ (10 projects maximum will be selected)

Selection criteria (by order of priority)

  1. Relevance of the mobility to the PhD project. Mobility project aiming to solve a theoretical or practical problem, to bring new competences to the team or to set up a new collaboration will be favored.
  2. Mobility intending to reinforce competences at the interface between functional biology and ecology/evolution or between the Major Themes of Research (MTRs) of the TULIP LabEx are encouraged.
  3. Quality of the applicant CV.
  4. Our selection procedure will guarantee equal opportunities to all applicants

Expected structure of the application

  1. A short CV (half a page)
  2. A summary of the PhD project (150 words)
  3. Description of the mobility project and added-value for the PhD (250 words)
  4. Expected benefits (100 words)
  5. PhD supervisor opinion
  6. A detailed presentation of the requested budget including a signed commitment of not being financed elsewhere for the same mobility project

Applications must be sent as one single pdf file to jean-marc.deragon@univ-perp.fr

Calendar

  1. Publication of the call: July 13, 2020
  2. Deadline to respond: September 28, 2020 at 12 p.m.
  3. Publication of results: Before October 30, 2020

The mobility can be planned to start from November 15, 2020 and must be completed before December 20, 2021
(a short experience report will be required following the completion of the mobility)