International Emerging Actions are PI-to-PI projects whose purpose is to explore new fields of research and international partnerships through: short-term mobility of scientists, the organisation of working meetings, and the initiation of early-stage joint research works for shared scientific projects. These actions have a duration of two years.
As a complement to the resources provided directly by participating teams, International Emerging Actions receive funds earmarked by the CNRS for international mobility between the laboratories
involved, for organising working meetings, and implementing field assignments between partners, for a total amount comprised between €10,000-€14,000 over the duration of the project.
See the presentation of the Programme on CNRS website here
and read the complete 2022 call on CNRS website here.
In the Czech Republic, the partner institution of the programme is the Czech Academy of Sciences.
See the terms and condition on the website of the Czech Academy of Scieces here.
In 2022, the calendar of the programme was as follows:
- Launch date of the call for proposals: CNRS: June 22, 2022, CAS: June 27, 2022
- Closure date of the call for proposals: September 16, 2022
- Release of the results: December 2022
- Start date of the projects: January 2023
The Institute for Advanced Study at CEU (IAS CEU) is pleased to invite applications for its fellowships for the academic year 2017/18.
The application deadline for all four fellowships is: October 24, 2016.
Calls are open for the fellowships listed below. Applications to more than one of the programs are possible but the application process and the requirements are not always the same.
SENIOR AND JUNIOR CORE FELLOWSHIPS – 12-15 awards
HUMANITIES INITIATIVE JUNIOR FELLOWSHIPS – 2 awards
THYSSEN@IAS CEU FELLOWSHIPS – 2 awards
BOTSTIBER FELLOWSHIP – 1-2 awards
IAS CEU Fellowships are highly competitive and will be awarded on the basis of scholarly excellence.
The Institute for Advanced Study at Central European University (IAS CEU) has as its primary mission to support excellent scholars in their pursuit of knowledge in a multidisciplinary scholarly environment. Each year, IAS CEU invites some 20 researchers in the social sciences and humanities to spend 3 to 10 months as fellows working on their own research projects. Visiting scholars benefit from the University’s academic and technical resources and from the vibrant cultural and intellectual scene in Budapest. IAS CEU seeks to build connections among its fellows, CEU faculty, and local and regional academic institutions to facilitate high-level interdisciplinary cooperation. For further information on IAS CEU, please visit: http://ias.ceu.edu/.
The objective of the fellowship is to support “Czech studies” in both national and territorial delimitation by means of the financing of short-term study stays of foreign researchers at the Institutes of the CAS. The fellowship is intended for young researchers (usually aged up to 35) who need to study the Czech historical, cultural, language, geographic or natural characteristics in the Czech Republic.
The CEU Institute for Advanced Study (CEU IAS) is pleased to invite applications for its fellowships for the academic year 2015/16.
Application deadline for all three fellowships: 26 October, 2015.
Calls are open for the fellowships listed below. Applications to more than one of the programs is possible but the application process and the requirements are not the same.
SENIOR AND JUNIOR CORE FELLOWSHIPS – 12-15 awards each year
HUMANITIES INITIATIVE JUNIOR FELLOWSHIPS – 2 awards each year
THYSSEN@CEU IAS FELLOWSHIPS – 2 awards each year
CEU IAS fellows typically spend 6-10 months in Budapest and pursue their own research in the intellectual community of the other fellows, the university and the lively city of Budapest.
CEU IAS Fellowships are highly competitive and will be awarded on the basis of scholarly excellence.
All further information on the new Calls can be found on the CEU IAS website: http://ias.ceu.edu/calls-fellowship-applications-ceu-ias
This program aims at encouraging “Czech studies” or studies concerning Czech countries. It helps financing short-term residencies in one of the various institute of the Academy of Sciences in the Czech Republic. Applicants should be young (usually under 35) foreign researchers, whose work focuses on the Czech Republic’s history, culture, languages or geography.
Applications are submitted by the directors of the Academy’s Institutes, after receiving a recommendation from their Institute’s board. Every year, applications must be submitted before February 28th and August 31st.
More information on the Academy of Science’s website