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PROGRAMME NATIONAL HAUTES ÉNERGIES
lettre d'information n°117
http://pnhe.cnrs.fr
1 octobre 2018
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ÉVÉNEMENTS, CONFÉRENCES, ATELIERS, ÉCOLES

1. PREMIERE ASSEMBLEE GENERALE DU GDR ONDES GRAVITATIONNELLES (Paris, 18 et 19 octobre 2018)
2. NEW PATHS IN DATA ANALYSIS AND OPEN DATA PROVISION IN ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS (Cambridge, Royaume-Uni, 23 au 26 octobre 2018)
3. NS MERGER TRAINING WORKSHOP - ELECTROMAGNETIC COUNTERPARTS OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVE SOURCES DATA TRAINING (Bertinoro, Italie, 12 au 16 novembre 2018)
4. 4TH ASTERICS VIRTUAL OBSERVATORY SCHOOL (Strasbourg, 20 au 22 novembre 2018)
5. DEUXIÈME JOURNÉE SKA-FRANCE (Paris, 23 novembre 2018)
6. THE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON “DARK MATTER AND STARS” (Lisbonne, Portugal, 12 et 13 décembre 2018)
7. FAST RADIO BURSTS AND THEIR POSSIBLE NEUTRON STAR ORIGINS (Amsterdam, Pays-Bas, 18 au 20 février 2019)
8. NEW SCIENCE ENABLED BY NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SKA ERA (Jodrell Bank, Royaume-Uni, 8 au 12 avril 2019)
9. PHAROS ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON NEUTRON STARS (Playa de Aro, Espagne, 23 au 26 avril 2019)
10. THE MULTIPLE APPROACHES TO PLASMA PHYSICS FROM LABORATORY TO ASTROPHYSICS (Les Houches, 13 au 24 mai 2019)

POSTES, OFFRES DE THÈSES, CONTRATS POST-DOCTORAUX

1. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR POSTDOCTORAL PSL FELLOWSHIPS IN ASTROPHYSICS AT PARIS OBSERVATORY
2. POSTDOC IN ASTROPHYSICS OF TRANSIENT GWS AT THE NICOLAUS COPERNICUS CENTER
3. POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW POSITION IN PULSAR PHYSICS, OBSERVATOIRE DE STRASBOURG
4. POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN BARCELONA

AUTRES

1. APPEL À SUJETS DE THÈSE CNES - CAMPAGNE 2019 SÉLECTION ALLOCATIONS DOCTORALES


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ÉVÉNEMENTS, CONFÉRENCES, ATELIERS, ÉCOLES

1. PREMIERE ASSEMBLEE GENERALE DU GDR ONDES GRAVITATIONNELLES (Paris, 18 et 19 octobre 2018)

Chers collègues,

La première assemblée générale du GdR “Ondes Gravitationnelles” aura lieu à Paris, sur le campus de l’Université Paris Diderot, le 18 et 19 octobre 2018:
https://indico.in2p3.fr/e/GdROG

Le GdR Ondes Gravitationnelles a été crée en 2017 avec le but de rassembler la communauté scientifique intéressée par l’exploration de l’Univers avec les ondes gravitationnelles, et de lui fournir des occasions de rencontres et de discussions communes.

L’assemblée couvrira les thèmes d’intérêt du GdR, représentés par ses Groupes de Travail: toutes le informations relatives se trouvent sur le site du GdR
http://gdrgw.in2p3.fr/

L'inscription à cette réunion est obligatoire avant le 30 septembre.
Il faut, au préalable, devenir membre du GdR en s'inscrivant sur le site http://gdrgw.in2p3.fr/

Dans l’espoir de vous voir nombreux à notre assemblée, comme nouveaux membres du GdR!

Bien cordialement,

Chiara Caprini (pour le board)


2. NEW PATHS IN DATA ANALYSIS AND OPEN DATA PROVISION IN ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS (Cambridge, Royaume-Uni, 23 au 26 octobre 2018)

Third ASTERICS-OBELICS Workshop : New paths in data analysis and open data provision in Astronomy and Astroparticle Physics

23-26 October 2018, Cambridge, UK.

This workshop is organized in the framework of OBELICS (Observatory E-environments LINked by common ChallengeS) work package of H2020-ASTERICS. OBELICS activities aim at encouraging common developments and adoption of common solutions for data processing, archive, analysis and access among ESFRI and world class projects in Astronomy and Astroparticle Physics, such as CTA, SKA, KM3NeT, EUCLID, LSST, EGO-Virgo, E-ELT.

The ASTERICS – OBELICS workshops aim at building bridges between ESFRI projects, concerned scientific communities, e-infrastructures, industries and consortia. The 3rd ASTERICS – OBELICS Workshop will survey the development of new software analysis methods in Astronomy and Astroparticle Physics. Follow-up discussions about potential connections between the ESFRI projects and the implementation of EOSC will be part of the programme.

In this workshop we will present and discuss the developments of new software analysis approaches (e.g. Bayesian statistics, AI and Machine Learning) developed within the ASTERICS partner ESFRI and other world-class research infrastructures in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Astroparticle Physics. We shall also explore potential links with similar developments in other scientific domains.

The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) is going to provide a series of services to the scientists. Technical and governance aspects of EOSC will have impact on the research infrastructures involved in ASTERICS and on their own role in the EOSC. Follow-up discussions about potential connections between the ESFRI projects and the implementation of EOSC for FAIR data and service provision will be part of the programme.

Plus d’informations:
https://indico.astron.nl/internalPage.py?pageId=0&confId=188

Fabienne Casoli


3. NS MERGER TRAINING WORKSHOP - ELECTROMAGNETIC COUNTERPARTS OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVE SOURCES DATA TRAINING (Bertinoro, Italie, 12 au 16 novembre 2018)

Dear colleagues,

this is a reminder for the training workshop "NS Merger Training Workshop - Electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational wave sources data training" that will take place at the Centro Residenziale Universitario di Bertinoro, Italy on November 12-16, 2018.

Dates: Monday, November 12 - Friday 16, 2018
Venue: Centro Residenziale Universitario di Bertinoro, Italy
Website: https://nsmergerworkshop.wordpress.com/
Organizers: S. Piranomonte, A. Melandri (main organizers, INAF OAR and INAF OAB)
LOC: S. Piranomonte, A. Melandri

This training workshop is supported by the PHAROS COST Action (http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA16214) within working group 3 "Gravitational wave signals in neutron stars" and working group 5 "Neutron star magnetospheres, acceleration mechanisms, environment and jets". The meeting is also supported by INAF (Italian National Institute of Astrophysics, http://www.inaf.it/en) and the University Residential Center of Bertinoro (http://www.ceub.it/?lang=en).

We updated the web-site with the tutorial descriptions and the workshop program.

Invited Tutors:
G. Greco, S. Schulze, A. de Ugarte Postigo, J. Selsing, L. Izzo, A. Melandri, D. Malesani, O.S.Salafia,
A. Perego, A. Stamerra, L. Tartaglia, F. Longo, M.G.Bernardini, K. Page, P. Schady, M.T. Botticella.

Workshop scientific aim:
This workshop is thought to bring together researchers interested in dealing with the search of the electromagnetic counterparts data of GW sources and world leading experts in the field in an environment fostering interactions and exchange of ideas. The goals of the workshop are to give the interested researchers the chance to gain hands-on experience on data reduction tools for different electromagnetic instruments, to merge a broad range of topics in gravitational astronomy both from theoretical and observational point of view and to encourage post-docs and early career researchers to acquire expertise in the fascinating field of multi-messenger astrophysics emphasizing its multidisciplinary nature.

Interested participants can register at
https://nsmergerworkshop.wordpress.com/
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Important dates:
September 14, 2018: early registration
October 31, 2018: late registration

Best regards,
Silvia Piranomonte and Andrea Melandri


4. 4TH ASTERICS VIRTUAL OBSERVATORY SCHOOL (Strasbourg, 20 au 22 novembre 2018)

The ASTERICS (http://asterics2020.eu/) project is organising its fourth VO School. The school will take place during 20-22 November 2018 at Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France.

The Virtual Observatory (VO) is opening up new ways of exploiting the huge amount of data provided by the ever-growing number of ground-based and space facilities, as well as by computer simulations. The goal of the School is twofold: Expose European astronomers and representatives of the ESFRI project involved in ASTERICS to the variety of VO tools and services available today so that they can use them efficiently for their own research and gather requirement and feedback from them.

To achieve these goals, VO experts will lecture and tutor the participants on the usage of VO tools and services. Real life examples of scientific applications will be given. A large fraction of the time will be dedicated to hands-on exercises, which will allow participants to become fully familiar with the VO capabilities on their own laptops.

In order to ensure the right level of interaction, participation will be restricted to a limited number of participants (50). Preference will be given to PhD students and post-docs. Travel and accommodation support is available for the participants in this workshop.

Registration deadline has been extended until the 8th of October.

More information at:
https://www.asterics2020.eu/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=open:wp4:school4

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Transmis par Catherine Boisson


5. DEUXIÈME JOURNÉE SKA-FRANCE (Paris, 23 novembre 2018)

Après le succès de la première Journée SKA-France du 16 Octobre 2017, la Maison SKA-France organise une deuxième journée pour présenter à la communauté les résultats et avancements réalisés au cours de la dernière année, l'état du projet SKA, ainsi que les prochaines étapes du travail de préparation à SKA au niveau national et international.

La deuxième Journée SKA-France se tiendra à Paris le 23 Novembre prochain. Les détails (lieu, horaires, programme et site pour s'inscrire) vous seront communiqués très prochainement.

Nous souhaitons que la communauté française (académique et industrielle) puisse présenter ses idées et avancements, avec non seulement des contributions invitées, mais aussi des créneaux pour des présentations et des discussions proposées.

Nous vous invitons donc à envoyer dès à présent un titre et un abstract (15 lignes max) de votre contribution à:

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avant le 15 Octobre prochain avec comme Objet du message: "Présentation Journée SKA-France 2018"

Chiara Ferrari pour la Maison SKA-France


6. THE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON “DARK MATTER AND STARS” (Lisbonne, Portugal, 12 et 13 décembre 2018)

Dear Colleagues,

It is our pleasure to announce the international workshop on “Dark Matter and Stars” on 12-13 December at the Instituto Superior Tecnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal.

The goal of the workshop is to bring together scientists working across different research fields of stellar astrophysics and dark matter to discuss the current status and the future prospects of dark matter research. This meeting aims to discuss the recent advances in dark matter particle candidates, solar and stellar astrophysics, including helioseismology and asteroseismology, as well as compact astrophysical objects like neutron stars and white dwarfs. Moreover, we will also discuss the possibilities open by the next generation of stellar space observatories to the research in dark matter.

We seek to encourage dialogue between different research groups to enhance collaboration and help to improve our understanding of the dark matter. The workshop was also planned with the aim of introducing the dark matter research field to encourage attendance by young scientists including PhD students.

The meeting will be held at the Center for Astrophysics and Gravitation of the Instituto Superior Tecnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal.

If you are interested in attending the workshop, please register and send an abstract before November 15th.
Workshop page: http://iwdms2018.tecnico.ulisboa.pt

Participants:

Oral presentations are by invitation only. The participants will be able to present posters during the workshop. The registration in the workshop is free. The number of participants is limited to ensure a manageable number of activities and create good opportunities for the participants to interact.

Local Organizing Committee: Ilidio Lopes, Jose Vargas Lopes, Violetta Sagun
Scientific Committee: Riccardo Catena, Ilidio Lopes, Ana Mourao, Amaro Rica da Silva, Jose Sande Lemos, Joseph Silk
Contacts: Violetta Sagun (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.)

We look forward to seeing you in Lisbon!

Violetta Sagun


7. FAST RADIO BURSTS AND THEIR POSSIBLE NEUTRON STAR ORIGINS (Amsterdam, Pays-Bas, 18 au 20 février 2019)

Dear Colleagues,

Registration is now open for the meeting "Fast radio bursts and their possible neutron star origins" which will be held 18-20 February, 2019 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Links to registration and abstract submission are now available on the conference website: https://sites.google.com/view/frb2019-amsterdam

This workshop will focus on the rapidly evolving topic of fast radio bursts (FRBs), including recent observational and theoretical progress in the field. The connection between FRBs and pulsed neutron star radio emission mechanisms has become increasingly interesting and topical as new FRB observations have revealed repetition, polarizaion, Faraday rotation, and other properties. With this workshop we aim to bring researchers in the field of fast radio bursts together with experts in the observational and theoretical aspects of neutron star physics to discuss the FRB phenomenon. This will include discussion of why FRBs might or might not be related to neutron stars. The workshop will include invited and contributed talks as well as significant time for discussion. Topics of the workshop will include:
- FRB observational results
- FRB progenitor theories
- Theoretical implications of FRBs for neutron star emission and evolution
- Studies of neutron star and FRB local environments

The workshop will be held at the Amsterdam Science Park, a short distance by public transportation from the Amsterdam city center. Additional meeting space has been reserved for the Thursday and Friday (21 & 22 February) after the workshop and participants are very welcome to stay through the week to continue discussions and collaborate. Participation is limited to roughly 50 people. This meeting is funded by the COST Action PHAROS (CA16214) within the activities of working groups 4 and 5: see the PHAROS Website for more info (http://www.pharos.ice.csic.es/).

Please circulate this announcement to your colleagues and note the following information concerning the meeting.

Key dates:
Second announcement: September 2018
Final announcement: October 2018
Abstract submission closes: 15 November 2018
Registration closes: 1 December, 2018

Registration fees:
Registration will be free of charge for all participants

Please do not hesitate to contact Emily Petroff if you have any questions (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.). We hope to see you in Amsterdam in February!

Emily Petroff


8. NEW SCIENCE ENABLED BY NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SKA ERA (Jodrell Bank, Royaume-Uni, 8 au 12 avril 2019)

Dear colleagues,

This is a reminder that the 2019 SKA Science Meeting, entitled “New Science enabled by New Technologies in the SKA Era”, will be held at the new SKA Headquarters at Jodrell Bank on April 8th to 12th, 2019.

The week will be divided into a 3-day science meeting, followed by a 2-day key science workshop. The science meeting will focus on ongoing research with the SKA pathfinders and precursors, as well as other radio facilities. In particular, it will look at the new science enabled by new technologies (e.g. phase-array feeds) and new techniques (e.g. data science) that have been recently developed and/or are under active development. Additionally, we will examine the new approaches necessitated by the need to handle ever increasing data volumes, and to operate in increasingly hostile radio frequency interference environments. The above considerations are relevant to all of the SKA Phase 1’s high priority science objectives. The last 2 days will follow on from previous key science workshops where teams intending to propose for key science projects will continue their preparations. Furthermore, both the science meeting and key science workshop will inform what questions and data challenges should be tackled going forward in preparation for the even larger scale projects that will be undertaken with the SKA.

The meeting website is accessible at: https://indico.skatelescope.org/event/467, and provides information on registration, accommodation, travel, the conference dinner, etc. In brief, registration is now open and the registration fee is £200 per person. This includes the cost of coffee breaks and lunches during the week, the conference dinner, as well as bus transport from nearby hotels to Jodrell Bank. We again request that any participants interested in childcare during the conference contact the Events Organising Committee as soon as possible to help us understand the scale of the demand for this.

Please circulate this announcement to your colleagues and note the following dates concerning the meeting.

Important dates:
August 2nd: First announcement, registration and abstract submission opens
September 10th: Second announcement
October 26th: Registration and abstract submission deadline
December 7th: Talk/poster decisions from SOC communicated
April 8th, 9th, 10th: Science Meeting Days
April 11th, 12th: Key Science Workshop Days

Evan Keane


9. PHAROS ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON NEUTRON STARS (Playa de Aro, Espagne, 23 au 26 avril 2019)

We are glad to announce the upcoming PHAROS Annual Conference on Neutron Stars, that will be held on April 23-26, 2019 in Playa de Aro, near Barcelona (Spain). This conference is intended to gather experts and students working on neutron stars from any perspective: astronomical observations and modelling of their multi-band emission, gravitational waves, neutron star formation and evolution, equation of state and nuclear interiors, etc.

Conference Website:

https://www.ice.csic.es/indico/event/12/

Important Deadlines:

- Registration and Abstract Submission Open: September 30th, 2018
- Abstract Submission Deadline: November 30th, 2018
- Registration Closes: December 30th, 2018

Next steps...

We will send further info, and update the conference website, as soon as the registration will open on September 30th, 2018.

Transmis par Nanda Rea

 

10. THE MULTIPLE APPROACHES TO PLASMA PHYSICS FROM LABORATORY TO ASTROPHYSICS (Les Houches, 13 au 24 mai 2019)

First announcement of Les Houches school in plasma physics:

THE MULTIPLE APPROACHES TO PLASMA PHYSICS FROM LABORATORY TO ASTROPHYSICS

Dates and location: May 13-24 2019, Les Houches, France.

Overview and objectives:

The two-week school held in the French Alps focuses on plasma physics and its manifestations in laboratory experiments, space environment and in astrophysics. It targets an international audience primarily composed of PhD students and junior postdoctoral researchers. The objective is to introduce the participants to a wide range of fundamental aspects of plasma physics, as well as on the state-of-the-art in many of the sub-disciplines. It will provide blackboard-style lectures, hands-on activities, talks on latest research, presentation by students, as well as group work such as journal clubs and social activities. This school follows up on four previous sessions held every two years since 2011 in Les Houches (France) on similar topics (2011, 2013, 2015, 2017).

The conference center in Les Houches can accommodate up to 46 participants. Pre-registration will open on November 1st, 2018 on the school website and will close on February 15th, 2019. Applicants will be notified at the beginning of March, 2019.

For more information about the program and updates see:
https://plasmas2019.sciencesconf.org/

Confirmed Lecturers:

Troy Carter (UCLA, USA)
Benoît Cerutti (CNRS & Université Grenoble Alpes, France)
Christopher Chen (Queen Mary University of London, UK)
Andrea Ciardi (Sorbonne Université, France)
Mickaël Grech (CNRS & Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Thomas Grismayer (IPFN Portugal)
Per Helander (IPP, Germany)
Emmanuel d'Humières (Université de Bordeaux, France)
Karine Issautier (CNRS & Observatoire de Paris, France)
Miho Janvier (Université Paris-Sud, France)
Kumiko Kotera (CNRS & Sorbonne Université, France)
Matthew Kunz (Princeton University, USA)
Henrik Latter (University of Cambridge, UK)
Sergei Lebedev (Imperial College London, UK)
Nuno Loureiro (MIT, USA)
Andrea Mignone (University of Torino, Italy)
Paolo Ricci (EPFL, Switzerland)
François Rincon (CNRS & Université Paul Sabatier, France)
Alexander Schekochihin (University of Oxford, UK)
Anatoly Spitkovsky (Princeton University, USA)
Hendrik Spruit (MPIA Garching, Germany)
Tommaso Vinci (CNRS & Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Philippe Zarka (CNRS & Observatoire de Paris, France)
Ellen Zweibel (Wisconsin-Madison, USA)

Scientific and local organising committee:

Benoît Cerutti (CNRS & Université Grenoble Alpes, France)
Andrea Ciardi (Sorbonne Université, France)
Emmanuel d'Humières (Université de Bordeaux, France)
Miho Janvier (Université Paris-Sud, France)
Nuno Loureiro (MIT, USA)

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POSTES, OFFRES DE THÈSES, CONTRATS POST-DOCTORAUX

1. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR POSTDOCTORAL PSL FELLOWSHIPS IN ASTROPHYSICS AT PARIS OBSERVATORY

Applications are solicited for postdoctoral PSL fellowships in Astrophysics at Paris Observatory.

Fellows will be appointed initially for one year, renewable for a second year on the basis of satisfactory performance.

Fellowships will start between september and december 2019.

Fellowships are open to applicants of any nationality.

Only research plans developed with a team from Paris Observatory will be eligible.
Applications must be submitted before November 18th, 2018 to Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. (pdf file < 2 Mbytes).

Call for applications :
-Intranet Observatoire de Paris : https://www.obspm.fr/IMG/pdf/2019-call-postdoc-psl.pdf
- AAS Job Register : https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/ae91622e

Corinne Daubas


2. POSTDOC IN ASTROPHYSICS OF TRANSIENT GWS AT THE NICOLAUS COPERNICUS CENTER

Dear Colleagues,

Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences (CAMK PAN) announces the competition for the post-doc position (funded by the Polish National Science Center grant).

We are looking for a candidate with practical experience in the modeling of gravitational-wave sources, numerical methods in general relativity and scientific programming. Detailed research tasks include astrophysics of transient gravitational waves - models with predictions from elastic and magnetic fields effects, instabilities and accretion, among others numerical relativity simulations for gravitational waveforms from short transient NS phenomena: dynamical collapses induced by the change in the equation of state, and calculations of quasi-normal modes from ultra-compact stars. The results will be applied to observations of the LIGO and Virgo detectors.

The submission deadline is October 12, 2018.

More details here:
https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/3483d35e

Salary: net wage 4100 PLN/month.
Duration: up to 3 years.

For additional information, feel free to write at Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser..

Best regards,

Michal Bejger


3. POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW POSITION IN PULSAR PHYSICS, OBSERVATOIRE DE STRASBOURG

The Strasbourg Observatory, France, is seeking a post-doctoral fellow to work on theoretical and observational aspects of pulsar emission mechanism. The position is funded by the CEFIPRA Indo-French Center for the Promotion of Advanced Research (IFCPAR) project “Modelling and observing pulsars: from high energy to radio emission”.

Research activities at Strasbourg Observatory are centred on high energy astrophysics, stellar physics, galactic dynamics and cosmolgy, with faculty members pursuing research in diverse areas of astrophysics (visit http://astro.unistra.fr).

The successful candidate will work in collaboration with Jérôme Petri, Université de Strasbourg (Project Principal Investigator, France) and Dipanjan Mitra of NCRA (Project Principal Investigator, India) either on interpreting radio single-pulse dynamics and polarization observations in conjunction with X-ray and Gamma-ray observations or on performing numerical simulations of pulsar magnetosphere and studying plasma instabilities and wave propagation in the magnetospheric plasma.

The candidate has to have a PhD degree in astronomy, astrophysics, or a related discipline, or must be awaiting the award of the Ph.D. degree after submitting the doctoral thesis to a university. A strong background in expertise in numerical and computational aspects of relativistic plasma astrophysics and/or analyzing and interpreting X-ray/gamma-ray observations of pulsars (e.g from instruments like XMM-Newton, Chandra, NuSTAR, Astrosat, Fermi) will be given preference.

Applications containing a curriculum vitae, summary of research experience and the names and e-mail addresses of three or more referees should be sent to the addresses Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. and Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser., by November 30, 2018. Applicants should also request their referees to send in recommendation letters by the same deadline. All enquiries should also be made to these e-mail addresses.

The net salary is about 2.100€ for an initial appointment of one year and tenable for a maximum period of 15 months. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to make two visits for a period of one month each to NCRA-TIFR, India, for the purpose of project collaboration. Some amount of funding for local travel within France is also available.

Transmis par Jérôme Pétri


4. POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN BARCELONA

Dear all,

please find here a new opening for a post-doctoral fellowship at the Institute of Space Sciences (CSIC) in Barcelona. This is an institute fellowship, hence there is no restriction on the applicant subject of interest.

https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/28194b7f

Nanda Rea


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AUTRES

1. APPEL À SUJETS DE THÈSE CNES - CAMPAGNE 2019 SÉLECTION ALLOCATIONS DOCTORALES

Le CNES attribue, chaque année, environ soixante-dix allocations de recherche doctorale à des étudiants intéressés par les activités spatiales.

Ces allocations, d'une durée de 3 ans, sont accordées à de jeunes diplômés, titulaires d'un Master 2 ou diplôme équivalent et accueillis dans un laboratoire en France, en vue de l'obtention d'une thèse.

Ces thèses sont obligatoirement cofinancées par des partenaires industriels ou institutionnels.

Pour 2019, l’appel à sujets de thèse est désormais ouvert et ce jusqu’au 8 oct 2018 minuit !

Retrouvez sur le site dédié (https://rt-theses.cnes.fr/?q=aas) le périmètre thématique des allocations doctorales, les interlocuteurs, les modalités de proposition de sujets ainsi que le calendrier complet.

Joelle GUINLE (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. 05 61 27 40 18) et moi-même (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser. 01 44 76 78 81) nous tenons à votre disposition pour vos éventuelles questions.

Nous vous invitons à relayer très largement cette information auprès des personnes de votre entourage susceptibles d’être intéressées.

Myriana Lozach