Alain Schuhl, CNRS deputy director for science, travelled to Rabat on 1rst October 2019 to celebrate CNRS’80th anniversary as well as the old scientific cooperation between the CNRS and the National centre for scientific and technical research in Morocco.
The celebration of the scientific collaboration between the CNRS and the CNRST, and more generally between the CNRS and the universities and research institutions from Morocco, took the form of a scientific cooperation conference in the CNRST’ premisses. Three round-tables were organised in order to highlight the key actors of the scientific collaboration between the two countries. A scientific cooperation agreement was signed at the end of the day between Alain Schuhl and the director of the CNRST, Mohamed Khalfaoui. This agreement will last 5 years and contributes to reinforce this very strong and old collaboration. The first agreement between the CNRS and the CNRST was signed in 1982.
La célébration de la collaboration scientifique entre le CNRS et le CNRST, et plus largement les universités et institutions de recherche marocaines, a pris la forme d’une journée de la coopération scientifique du CNRS au Maroc organisée dans les locaux du CNRST. Trois tables-rondes ont été organisées afin de mettre en valeur les acteurs de la collaboration scientifique entre les deux pays. Un accord de coopération scientifique a été signé à l’issue de la journée entre Alain Schuhl et le Directeur du CNRST, Mohamed Khalfaoui. D’une durée de 5 ans, cet accord renforce l’engagement fort et ancien des deux partenaires à collaborer ensemble. Le premier accord entre le CNRS et le CNRST avait été signé en 1982.
légende : Alain Schuhl, deputy director for science (CNRS), et Mohamed Khalfaoui, director (CNRST) after signing the CNRS-CNRST scientific cooperation agreement on 1rst October 2019 in Rabat in the CNRST
The CNRS Research Officer, Alain Schuhl, travelled to Warsaw (Poland) on the 21st of February 2020 to sign a letter of intent for the establishement of a center in humanities and social sciences resulting from the transformation of the "Centre for French Civilisation and Francophone Studies" (CCFEF) of the University of Warsaw, on the basis of what has already been accomplished by the University of Warsaw, Sorbonne University and the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs.
The Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) offers every year 7 pre or post-doctoral fellowships for short-term stays (from 1 to 12 months) in japanese research laboratories.
The Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) offers every year 5 long-term post-doctoral fellowships in japanese research laboratories (from 12 months to 24 months).