The Eva de la Gardie program: November in Paris!
Are you a researcher affiliated with a Swedish institution, have contacts or a relationship with France and would like to come to Paris for your research?
Apply to the Eva de la Gardie program before 28 April 2024!
The Eva de la Gardie program is a one-month scientific residence in Paris jointly organized by the French Institute in Sweden and the Swedish Institute in Paris since 2016. It is intended for researchers established in a Swedish institution (e.g. university, research laboratory, etc.) who have a project related to France, or who want to further develop collaborations with French researchers and institutions.
Who can apply:
The Eva De la Gardie program is intended for researchers with a PhD who are established in Sweden (without nationality requirement) and conduct or wish to conduct a project with links to France, or who already have contacts in France (be it with universities or companies) and would like to develop long-term collaborations with French partners, such as research projects, dual degrees, technology transfer, student and staff exchanges, etc., by means of:
- Carrying out a scientific and/or an academic stay in France.
- Developing their European and international network.
- Preparing large-scale projects (bilateral, regional or European).
The stay is in November. Dates are fixed.
The stay is in the Swedish Institute in Paris, France.
The Swedish Institute in Paris provides accommodation in the Hôtel de Marle, in the heart of the Marais district. The apartment is a fully equipped studio which can accommodate up to two people.
For more information about the apartment, please visit the website of the Swedish Institute in Paris here.
About the grant:
The grant is divided into two parts:
- An accommodation provided by the Swedish Institute in Paris.
- A grant provided by the French Institute in Sweden. The grant is a contribution to travel and living expenses. Maximum grant is 15 000 Swedish crowns. A partial advance of the grant may be given. The rest of the grant is paid upon fulfillment of the mobility’s report, as explained in the “Requirements” below.
Before the mobility
- Applicants must complete a form describing their research project, specifying the research laboratories, teams and researchers they will be working with, and explaining the topics they plan to address. Deadline is 28 April 2024.
- A meeting with the Scientific and University Department of the French Institute in Sweden can be arranged in order to discuss the mobility project in detail.
- If the project is accepted, a partnership agreement will be signed between the researcher and the French Institute in Sweden before the mobility.
During the mobility
- The researcher may be contacted by the French Institute in Sweden, the Swedish Institute in Paris and their partners to present his/her research and promote scientific culture (e.g through lectures, panel discussions, interventions in high schools or universities, etc.).
After the mobility
- The researcher must complete a one-page report to briefly describe his/her research mobility. The report template is provided by the French Institute in Sweden and can be found here.
- The French Institute in Sweden will publish the report on the French-Nordic Research website to promote the researcher’s work and his/her mobility experience.
- The researcher may be contacted by the French Institute in Sweden to present his/her research (e.g. through lectures, conferences, workshops, panel discussions, etc.).
When to apply:
The application process is now open until mid April.
Where to apply:
You can submit your application in the call for projects dedicated page here.
Projects are jointly selected by the Scientific and University Department of the French Institute in Sweden and the Swedish Institute in Paris.
The Eva de la Gardie program: a joint project of the French Institute of Sweden and the Swedish Institute in Paris
Proof of the friendship uniting the two countries, since 2016 the French Institute of Sweden and the Swedish Institute in Paris have jointly offered a month-long scientific mobility in Paris. The two institutes are delighted to launch the ninth season of the Eva de la Gardie residency for 2024. France and Sweden are linked by the Franco-Swedish strategic partnership for innovation and green solutions, signed for the first time in 2017 and a second time in 2019 by French President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.
Discover our previous awardees
This new call for entries follows on from previous editions won by Lena Maria Nilsson, Doctor of Medical Sciences at Umeå University; Ulf Johansson, Curator of Bird Collections at the National Museum of Natural History in Stockholm; Nicolae Paladi, Doctor of Cybersecurity at the Swedish Institute of Informatics; Ann-Sofie Duvander, Professor in the Department of Sociology at Stockholm University; Elise Dermineur Reuterswärd, Associate Professor in the Department Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Umeå University; Lars Eriksson, PhD in Nursing Science at the Karolinska Institute; Ariane Laplante Levesque, Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning (IBL) and Disability Research Division (FUSA) at Linköping University’s Valla Campus; and Mia-Marie Hammarlin, Associate Professor of Ethnology and Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication Studies and Journalism at Lund University.
For further information…
Previous French-Swedish scientific mobilities financed from 2014 onwards are available in the database. Feel free to take a look to find out more about past and ongoing scientific projects and the researchers who conducted them.
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