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The WINNINGNormandy - WelcomINg and TraiNING of international high-level post-doc in Normandy programme aims to promote attractive research careers in the Normandy Region in France by funding individual-driven research training and career opportunities for Experienced Researchers. The programme is co-funded by the European MSCA-COFUND programme and the regional council of Normandy and will offer 40 positions for 24-month fellowships through 2 calls (2021 and 2022) of 20 positions each.
The first call opens on July 05th and closes on October 17th 2021.
These Experienced Researchers will design and implement their original research project in one of the Norman laboratories. Their project will have to be implemented in the framework of one or several Norman Smart Specialisation Strategy (S3) domains.
Food industry “Preserving and sustainably transforming agricultural, marine, forestry and production systems”
Energy “Develop an energy mix towards zero carbon emissions”
Industry “Transforming processes for a high-performance, sustainable and digital industry”
Mobility & logistics “Develop low-carbon mobility solutions that are efficient and secure”
Health “Accelerating synergies and innovation in the service of human and animal 5P medicine”
Risk management “Make Normandy a resilient territory by mastering technological, natural, health and social risks”
The project will offer to experienced researchers an exceptional international, interdisciplinary and intersectoral training program in the identified Norman smart specialisation areas as well as hands-on knowledge in non-research oriented transferable skills necessary for future research leaders.
The educational and research programme will be implemented by leading universities and 24 extra-academic partner organisations, covering actors from large industries and SMEs in various economic sectors to entrepreneurship actors and human resources actors.
The scientific actors will ensure infrastructure capacity and high-level environment to conduct excellent research. Extra-academic partners will contribute to the implementation of WINNINGNormandy by hosting ERs during secondments or visits and/or by providing training, mentoring or career development opportunities.
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action mobility rule: There is no restriction of nationality but the applicant must have not resided or performed his/her main activity in France more than 12 months in the last 3 years immediately before the WINNINGNormandy call deadline.
Additional Salary Information: Benefit from a 2-year post-doctoral research fellowship with a minimum gross salary of 5540 euros/ month, and supplementary budget for research, training and travel expenses
About Conseil régional de Normandie
The Conseil régional de Normandie (France) is the coordinator of the european project WINNINGNormandy. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska - Curie grant agreement N° 101034329.
It will offer 40 positions for 24-month fellowships through 2 calls (2021 and 2022) of 20 positions each. These Experienced Researchers will design and implement their original research project in one of the Norman research unit (list on the website). A contract will be made between the Conseil régional de Normandie and the futur employers (linked to the research units) of the selected 20 post-docs per call.
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