FP6-ENSEMBLES RT8

Mobility scholarships

ENSEMBLES Mobility Scholarships, Final 2008 call for applications

An initiative of Work Package 8.4 of ENSEMBLES Research Theme 8 (RT8)

In order to enable exchanges of young scientists between ENSEMBLES partner institutions, Research Theme 8 (RT8) is setting up a Mobility Scholarship program to encourage short visits. These exchange programs are aimed at sharing inter-disciplinary approaches to complex problems that arise from and are addressed by ENSEMBLES-generated research.Research Theme 8 (RT8) is setting up a Mobility Scholarship program to encourage short visits. These exchange programs are aimed at sharing inter-disciplinary approaches to complex problems that arise from and are addressed by ENSEMBLES-generated research.

In addition, the ENSEMBLES Mobility Scholarships are designed to enhance and highlight the impact of the ENSEMBLES community in these areas of research. impact of the ENSEMBLES community in these areas of research.

Support from ENSEMBLES can be used inter alia to:

  • Exchange information, methodologies, model results and techniques, and general scientific experience
  • Enhance existing collaboration within the ENSEMBLES community
  • Present ENSEMBLES-relevant results at Workshops, Conferences and Summer Schools

The total amount for scholarships for this call is € 5,000, so that only short exchanges will be able to be supported between ENSEMBLES partner institutions.ENSEMBLES partner institutions.

Applications for ENSEMBLES Mobility Scholarships should be made on the appropriate application forms that can be downloaded by clicking on the link below:



Applicants should not be more than 35 years of age when submiting their funding request. In addition, the time elapsed since being awarded their PhD degree should not exceed 4 years.

D EADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: JUNE 15, 2008, TO BE SENT VIA E-MAIL TO:

ghil(at)lmd.ens.fr

A review committee will decide on the allocation of funds by early summer, and the successful candidates will in principle be able to travel between partner institutions starting in October, 2006.will in principle be able to travel between partner institutions starting in October, 2006.

For further information, please contact:

Prof. Michael Ghil
Ecole Normale Supérieure
Paris, France
ghil(at)lmd.ens.fr