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Launch of the new JFAST laboratory

3rd call for the CNRS-University of Tokyo PhD Joint Program (Japan)

The third call for proposals of the CNRS-University of Tokyo PhD Joint Program is now open!

This program aims to fund joint research projects between French and Japanese researchers for 3 years and includes funding for PhD students. Up to 5 projects will be selected.

This call is open to, but not limited to, research projects in the following focus areas:

  • Social Science
  • Data-driven interdisciplinary challenges in Earth observation & environment
  • AI for Science, Science for AI
  • Energy transition

The focus areas will also include projects in collaboration with CNRS-UTokyo International Research Laboratories (LIMMS, JFLI, ILANCE, DYNACOM and FJLMI).

Deadline: 12 January 2024

Read the call guidelines (pdf)

 

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JSPS-CNRS calls are open! (Japan)

The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) offers Standard Program scholarships for young researchers wishing to carry out a research internship in a Japanese laboratory.
  • Standard: up to 2 years (deadline: 6 November 2023)
  • Short-Term: up to 1 year (deadline: 8 November 2023)
  • Summer: 2 months (deadline: 12 December 2023)

Read all the information on CNRS International website

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Celebrating 30 years of collaboration with NSTC (Taiwan)

On September 18th 2023, more than 50 French and Taiwanese researchers could highlight their joint work, in the presence of CNRS CEO and Chaiman Antoine Petit and National Science and Technology Council Vice-Minister Chern Yi-Juang. The two institutions also renewed their bilateral MoU.
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CNRS-UTokyo 2nd International Research Center meeting (Japan)

CNRS and The University of Tokyo held their second strategic meeting (International Research Center/IRC) on October 3rd 2023!
On this occasion, a new international research laboratory in the field of mathematics was created in the presence of Antoine Petit (CNRS) and Teruo Fujii (UTokyo).
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A new French-Japanese laboratory for particle physics (Japan)

The CNRS is joining forces with the KEK laboratory in Japan to create a new, cutting-edge international laboratory for particle physics. Its physicists will search for processes beyond the Standard Model, which is the current framework for describing the infinitely small. It is the CNRS’s 10th international laboratory in Japan.

More details in the press release

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1st Symposium of European Researchers in Japan

Sciencescope – the Association for French-speaking students and researchers in JapanAce Japón – Asociación de Científicos Españoles en Japón, the Association of Italian Researchers in Japan (AIRJ), and the German JSPS Alumni Association, are pleased to invite you to a European Research Day organized with the support of the Diplomatic Service of the European Union. The event will take place at Europea House in Tokyo on Saturday, October 21, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Program and registration

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International Conference on the Physics of the Two Infinites (Japan)

International Research Laboratory ILANCE between CNRS Institute of Nuclear Physics and Particle Physics and The University of Tokyo organizes a conference on the physics of the two infinites next spring on 27-30 March 2023 in Kyoto, Japan.

 Registration and details

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Scientific photo contest "Yugen Hidden Beauty of Science" 3rd edition (Japan)

The French-Japanese Scientific Photo Contest “Yugen Hidden Beauty of Science” organized by the Office for Science and Technology at the Embassy of France to Japan is now holding its 3rd edition!

The aim of this contest is to showcase French-Japanese scientific cooperation by presenting images from research or R&D projects involving French and Japanese researchers or engineers (including students).

Vote for your favorite image until late September!

Details on the contest website

Last Friday @CNRS HQs, @NICT_Publicity President Prof. Hideyuki TOKUDA and @CNRS CEO Prof. Antoine PETIT signed a new Memorandum of Understanding in presence of @CNRSinformatics Director to further develop the collaboration between researchers of the two institutions
#5G #6G #AI

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[EXPO 🎟️] "Sur les traces de #Fukushima" à la Maison de la culture du Japon (@MCJP_officiel) à Paris 🇯🇵⛩️🏯 offre jusqu'au 9 mars une immersion dans les conséquences socio-environnementales de l'accident nucléaire grâce à la chercheuse @celbrice.

Mille mercis au CNRS pour cet article sur l'exposition photographique "Sur les traces de Fukushima" à la Maison de la Culture du Japon (Paris) jusqu'au 9 mars, ainsi que pour la présentation de Mitate lab. post Fukushima Studies🙇‍♀️📷🇯🇵

📢If you are in Paris, do not miss the superb photo exhibition "On the footsteps of Fukushima" by Dr. Cécile ASANUMA-BRICE @celbrice @CNRS_INSU at the House of 🇯🇵Japan Culture @MCJP_officiel before 9 March📢

Congratulations to Fabrice Mathevet @CNRSchimie and fellow authors at #OPERA Lab @KyushuUniv_EN & @IPCM_Sorbonne for their new article in ChemComm @RoySocChem on a new type of chiral TADF luminescent materials for circularly polarized light emission 🔽

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