TYL-FJPPL Young Investigator Award

The aim of the TYL-FJPPL Young Investigator Award is to highlight and promote the individual work of junior scientists active within the TYL-FJPPL French and Japanese teams.

The TYL-FJPPL Young Investigator Award will reward up to two PhD students or postdoctoral researchers every year, based on the excellence of their contribution to one of the TYL-FJPPL supported collaborative projects.

Nominations should be sent to the TYL-FJPPL secretariat (Geneviève Gilbert, gilbert@lal.in2p3.fr and Ritsuko Ota, rota@mail.kek.jp) before February 15, 2017, for evaluation before the next TYL-FJPPL annual workshop, planned May 10-12, 2017. The nominations should include a brief description of the work and particular contribution of the candidate (half page to one page long), a CV and at least one letter of recommendation.

The following criteria will be used in the evaluation:

  • Importance and originality of specific contribution to the TYL-FJPPL supported collaborative project
  • Level of recognition in both partner teams
  • Scientific and/or technical excellence (e.g. in terms of papers, talks, other award,...) and any special consideration

As part of the award, selected candidates will be invited by the TYL-FJPPL to present their work during an Award Ceremony at the next TYL-FJPPL annual workshop.

Application for TYL-FJPPL Student or Early Stage Researcher Secondment

Support can be provided to the TYL-FJPPL teams for exchanges of master/doctoral students and junior post-doctoral researchers in the context of their collaborative project. A brief explanation of the context and purpose of the visit, including the project to be pursued, should be given, as well as the proposed duration and supervision arrangements. The sending party is expected to fund the traveling and the hosting group the local expenses (other arrangement can also be considered in specific cases). The maximum duration which can be supported by the TYL-FJPPL is 28 days.

Since funding available within the TYL-FJPPL is limited, teams should as much as possible make use of any schemes already available within their laboratories or universities to support in-going and out-going international mobility of student and postdoctoral researchers.

Please submit the following application form to Junji Haba (junji.haba@kek.jp), Philip Bambade (bambade@lal.in2p3.fr) and Marc Besançon (marc.besancon@cea.fr).

Applications will be treated along the year on a case by case basis.

Topic revision: r6 - 2016-12-23 - 09:53:44 - PhilipBambade
 
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