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The aim of this partnership between the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences and CIRM is to create a bridge between CIRM and the Sub-Saharan Africa and thus increase Franco-African collaboration in the mathematical sciences.
Being a winner of this call for projects means being able to organize two 15-day stays in 2022, one at CIRM and the other in one of the AIMS centers - Senegal, Ghana, Cameroon and Rwanda.
These stays will allow the winning teams to conduct joint research, to work together on a specific project, such as the finalization of an article or a book, the study of a particular problem, the launch or continuation of a collaborative work, etc.
See the press release and discover AIMS: The "CIRM-AIMS Research in Residence" project selected as part of CNRS "Support for Collaboration with Sub-Saharan Africa" programme
CIRM-AIMS residence Format
Meetings generally begin on Monday morning and end two weeks later on Friday before 6pm or Saturday morning at the latest.
Accommodation at Cirm is primarily in studio apartments to allow for the preparation of meals on weekends. Nevertheless, meals from Sunday evening to Friday noon are included in the offer. For week-long meetings that do not include a weekend, it is therefore possible that you will be accommodated in a single room.
The Cirm offer in detail
APPLY FOR 2022
The proposal can be submitted in several steps. You can exit the application and return later up to the day of the deadline. Be sure to save regularly.
Do not hesitate to contact the Meeting Planner if you have any questions.
The same form can be filled out by several organizers.
The applications are examined by members of the Scientific Council, 50% of whom are foreigners, so information is requested mainly in English.
You will be guided through the online submission process and will be asked to submit a pdf file for some sections, or to complete other sections directly online.
What you are asked to do:
A scientific report will be requested at the end of the residency.
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