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The Mourou-Strickland Program
Created by the Embassy of France in Canada in 2018, the Mourou/Strickland program is a two-way mobility program; its main goal is to contribute to the creation of sustainable collaborations between Canadian and French researchers. It is intended for researchers who wish to spend 5 to 28 days with their counterpart(s), either in France or Canada, as part of a joint research project.
This program is open to all research areas. It involves all provinces of Canada outside Quebec, since Quebec already has specific programs with France.
French candidates: need to be affiliated to an institute, laboratory, university or research organization based in France
Canadian candidates: need to be affiliated to a Canadian institution, university or research organization outside Quebec (Quebec already has specific programs with France).
Candidates have never received a grant under the Mourou/Strickland mobility program or the "new collaborations" program of the France Canada Research Fund.
Plan a stay of between 5 and 28 days. Travel must take place between March 27 and December 31st, 2023.
* Priority will be given to long stay and to researchers who have obtained a tenure-track or permanent position for less than 10 years, which corresponds approximately and not exclusively to the 35-45 age group.
1 round-trip economy-class flight Canada- France or France-Canada
A contribution towards subsistence costs (5 daily allowances)
Interested researchers should send the application form, a letter of invitation from the host institution and a short CV in a single PDF document to : firstname.lastname@example.org; +1 (613)-562-3794.
The length of the form should not exceed 4 pages. Forms longer than 4 pages will not be considered. There are no criteria for the font (please make sure it remains legible).
It is not necessary to attach publications to the application.
Only one application per research partnership is allowed (researchers must agree to submit only one application, either for a member of the French team to travel to Canada or for a Canadian collaborator to travel to France).
Calendar of the 2023 call for applications
Opening of the call for projects : December 5th, 2022
Deadline for receipt of applications : February 5th, 2023, 23:59 PST (Canada)
Results and sending of forms to prepare the mission to the successful candidates: February 28th 2023.
Travel of the laureates: from 27th March to 31st of December 2023. Complete travel documents must be sent to the Embassy at least 1 month before the departure date.
SFU Signature Sheet/ORS sign-off is NOT required.
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