The Henri Poincaré Junior Program of Côte d’Azur Observatory is open (deadline, October 31, 2019). This one proposes internships for international students wishing to perform a scientific training in one of the laboratories of the observatory. The laureates will receive up to 2200 euros for a training period of 2 months or more during the first half of 2020.
What are the application conditions ?
You have to be a student in Master 2 or PhD (or equivalent) and from a country where astrophysical and Earth sciences are in development. Interested students should contact an OCA researcher in their discipline who prepares and files the application. This application is electronic and should include a letter of presentation of the student by the research staff host as well as a description of the proposed work. Applications should be submitted to email@example.com before October 31, 2019.
What are the privileged research areas?
Internships may be sought in any research field of the OCA, from astrophysics to geophysics representing a vast array of research opportunities:
Earth and space sciences, Earth-Ocean-Space interfaces, geodynamics, geochronology, geomechanics, marine geosciences, mechanical faults and earthquakes, imagery, modeling, natural hazards and vulnerabilities, space geodesy, laser ranging, transfer time.