Objective: welcoming internationally renowned researchers and lecturers to share their experience and set up international collaborations and partnerships.
The University of Bordeaux is opening Visiting scholars positions. The aim of this program is to enable high-level, internationally-reputed scholars to visit the University of Bordeaux or one of the partnering institutions of IdEx Bordeaux and develop an academic collaborative project in research, education, or at institutional level.
This program is open to all fields, but particular attention will be devoted to candidates promoting projects:
- that fall within the scientific priorities of IdEx Bordeaux, or are at the junction between them;
- that are pedagogically innovative;
- that strengthen collaboration with dedicated partnering universities.
Major projects management office
Carlos Mendoza / Alexandre Ducom
Tel : 05 40 00 67 52
Call for applications 2018
Applications are open from October 10 (1:00 pm) to November 7 (11:59 pm, French time), through the online application platform
Eligible candidates are fellows meeting the following criteria:
- excellent record of scientific, academic or institutional achievements;
- employed by a non-French institution;
- bearing the title of professor, assistant professor or equivalent in their institution of origin;
- supported by an education or research unit from the University of Bordeaux or one of the IdEx partners (assistance in finding an appropriate host unit may be provided);
- proposing a project with a clear impact in terms of the site’s education, research and international policy;
- upper age limit of scholars at the moment of the end of the appointment: 65 years.
In the framework of this program, IdEx Bordeaux will finance stays going from 1 to 10 months. The Visiting scholars program does not fund short visits (<1 month).
Visits must be programmed to start between February 2018 and December 2018 and run in consecutive weeks.
Financial support from IdEx Bordeaux will include the scholar’s salary (equivalent to a French professor’s salary), as well as travel expenses (round-trip from the fellow’s place of residence).
Applications should be submitted through the dedicated online platform.
The overriding selection criteria are first the academic standing and achievements of the visitor in terms of research and teaching, and second the potential benefits to the receiving institution in terms of skills and expertize. Application documents, and particularly the letter of support of the director of the host structure, should clearly argue on these points.
- October 2 2017: publication of the call.
- October 17 2017: start of the application process.
- November 7 2017: deadline for applications.
- December 2017: publication of results.
- From February 2018 to December 2018: start of the visits.
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- © Kelly Cohen
I’ve always wanted to explore the world of aeronautical engineering in France and this is the perfect opportunity to work alongside a capable team of experts. The main focus of my work at the University of Bordeaux is in the area of multi-rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV). (…) Furthermore, we are discussing a possible research program on developing new, unique, and effective fault tolerant flight control strategies for multi-rotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. We would like to involve graduate and undergraduate students from UBx and UC in this research program. We are also looking into joint educational opportunities in the area of aeronautical engineering.
Pr. Kelly COHEN,
professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati, has moved to Bordeaux for several months as part as the Visiting scholars’s scheme