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Teachers and researchers "Training Packages"

Objective: Allow Assistant-Professors, Professors, Researchers and Research Directors permanently appointed in one of the 7 TULIP Laboratories to reinforce their interdisciplinary skills at the interface between functional biology and ecology/evolution, by funding training session(s), course(s) and/or visit(s) in research laboratories, in France or abroad.

The objectives are to reinforce their interdisciplinary skills at the interface between functional biology and ecology/evolution, by funding training session(s), course(s) and/or visit(s) in research laboratories, in France or abroad.

Maximum funding per training project: 5k€ (5 projects maximum will be selected)

Selection criteria (by order of priority):

  1. Training specifically aiming at reinforcing interdisciplinary skills.
  2. Relevance of the training project and added value for the applicant.
  3. Well justified budget

Our selection procedure will guarantee equal opportunities to all applicants

Expected structure of the application:

  1. A summary of the research context justifying the training (250 words)
  2. Description of the training project (150 words)
  3. Expected benefits from the training (250 words)
  4. Justifications of the requested budget including a signed commitment of not being financed elsewhere for the same training 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 training 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 training)