Monthly Archives: April 2018
3rd Conference of the Pacific Islands Universities Research Network on 8-10 Oct 2018, Outumaoro, Punaauia (French Polynesia)
We are pleased to announce that the 3rd Pacific Islands Universities Research Network Conference is to be held at the University of French Polynesia from Monday, October 8th to Wednesday, October 10th 2018. You will find the first announcement and call for proposals on the official conference website.
For any contribution proposal, abstracts should be uploaded by Tuesday, June 5th 2018 on this link.
In addition, registrations open on Monday, April 16th 2018.
Pubs across the country will host some of our brightest science minds from May 14 to 16 to talk about their science, technology, engineering or maths research and careers over a pint (or two).
Pint of Science will be celebrated in a record 21 countries this year, and Australia’s east coast will host the first events of 2018.
More information on science topics and locations on this link
Remote sensing technologies for Earth Observation systems have an increasing potential for monitoring land, coastal and marine zones. These technologies have a definitive and preponderant role to play in supporting and tracking progress of the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals. A special issue on ‘Earth Observation for the Sustainable Development Goals’ welcomes contributions that showcase the application of EO systems to support countries in target setting of the SDGs, including baseline determination, as well as tracking progress of implementation, and informing sustainable development planning and decision making.
The papers should highlight the Sustainable Development Goal and target(s) that the research contributes to advance. We are calling for submission of a 400 abstract by 30th April 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission and acceptance of abstracts is mandatory to proceed with the submission of a full paper. Deadline for submission of full papers: 30 August 2018
More information on this link
The Centre for Integrative Biology of Toulouse launches its annual calls for the recruitment of new group leaders.
In order to complement/reinforce its research endeavors in an inspiring, collaborative and cutting-edge environment, the CBI is seeking new talented group leaders, addressing:
- Computational modeling and data Analysis, including computational analysis of large data-sets, network analyses, physics and mathematical modeling connected to research themes of the CBI. AO CBI 2018 New group CSB call
- Cellular and Developmental Biology; existing groups are interested in a variety of topics including morphogenesis and biophysics, progenitor/stem cell biology and regulatory circuits using model organisms. AO CBI 2018 New Group CBD Call
- Biology of microorganisms, including bacteria, archaea and their viruses; existing groups are developing an integrative analysis of a variety of key and fundamental aspects of these microorganisms, including genetic transformation, membrane protein biogenesis, RNA and protein quality control, genome dynamics, evolution and genomics, and gene regulatory networks. AO CBI 2018 New Group MIC Call
Candidates should be at early career stage. Senior researchers holding a permanent position in France are also welcome to apply.
Applications (about 10 pages, in English) should be sent before June 14, 2018, as a single file named LASTNAME_CBI2017_CSB or CBD or MIC call.pdf to email@example.com and should include (i) a cover letter, (ii) a CV, (iii) three reference letters and (iv) a summary of achievements and future research interests.
The call for applications to participate in the third Australian-French Entrepreneurship Challenge is now open on the Australian Academy of Science website!
The deadline for applications is 9am (AEST) Monday 7 May 2018.
Today’s PhD students are the drivers of tomorrow’s Australian innovation economy.
Australian PhD students are future innovators, using their ideas to drive successful entrepreneurial endeavours. Teaching today’s PhD students key entrepreneurial skills will equip tomorrow’s business leaders with the ability and skills to boost the global competitiveness of Australian research and industry.
The Australian-French Entrepreneurship Challenge is designed to bring together creative minded PhD candidates to brainstorm innovative ideas right through from concept to creation – all in the space of 24 hours.
More information and to apply on this link.