THIS CALL FOR PROPOSALS IS OPENED
The Poincaré chair offers young promising researchers ideal working conditions to develop their audacious research projects and base their international recognition.
This 6 month or 1 year research program is open to all research thematic in mathematics. Without having to teach, the candidates whose research project meets the required conditions can count on the administrative team of the IHP to organize courses or any other activity of knowledge diffusion. Trips in France and in Europe are encouraged, while trips around the world must be scientifically motivated.
The winners receive an attractive salary that entirely provides for their needs during their stay in Paris (with their family if need be).
How to apply ?
♦ a résumé including references and a list of your up to date publications
♦ a research program including your availability for the 2018-2019 academic year
♦ Opening date for projects call: -
♦ File submission deadline: - (you will receive an acknowledgement of receipt within 2 weeks after your application has been received)
The results announcement is scheduled for October of the current year in order to start in September the following year.
The selection is made under the responsibility of an international jury whose composition is systematically approved by the Clay Mathematics Institute’s direction.
This year’s jury is composed of the following personalities:
♦Ingrid Daubechies, President, Professor at DukeUniversity, Durham
♦Artur Avila, Research Director at the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu, CNRS, Paris
♦Gérard Ben Arous, Director and Professor of mathematics at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University
♦Simon Donaldson, Professor at the Imperial College London, President of the Jury
♦Andrei Okounkov, Professor at Princeton University
♦Claire Voisin, Research Director and Professor at the Centre de mathématiques Laurent Schwartz, CNRS, Paris
Last updated 02/13/2017