In partnership with Sorbonne University, the Paris Institute for Advanced Study is offering a 10-month fellowship. 10-month chair or two 5-month chairs for high-level international researchers. Further, in the humanities and social sciences (HSS) during the academic year 2020-2021.
Moreover, The Sorbonne University, Paris IAS Chair gives a researcher the possibility to work on an innovative project. Additionally, advancing knowledge on the societal impacts and ethical dimensions of major, global changes, more specifically environmental transition or artificial intelligence. S/he will benefit from the outstanding work conditions and the scientific environment. The environment of the Paris IAS and will collaborate chiefly with Sorbonne University’s research teams and Interdisciplinary Institutes.
- Travel, and
- Salary for the researcher.
- Researchers from all countries are eligible.
- Also, the Applicant should not have spent more than a total of 12 months in France during the 3 years prior to the application.
This call for applications is open to:
- Senior university professors or researchers holding a position in a university or research institution or emeritus and having a minimum of 10 years of full-time research experience after their Ph.D. (at the time of the application).
- To be considered a senior, the applicant must have received her/his Ph.D. before April 1st, 2009.
- Further, Junior scholars having the status of the postdoctoral researcher or holding a position in a university or research institution, and having a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 9 years of research experience after the Ph.D.
- Also, To be eligible and considered a junior, the applicant must have received her/his Ph.D. between April 1st, 2009 and April 1st, 2017.
- The institute is bilingual. Knowledge of English is important.
- The applicants are also expected to understand written and spoken French. Further, as scientific and social activities are held in French and English.
- Scientific excellence of the project and its innovative character;
- The transdisciplinary and intersectoral potential of the research;
- The career path of the applicant;
- Quality of the scientific contacts of the applicant in France, and also, the applicant’s capacity to collaborate with colleagues from Sorbonne University.