July 7 conference
As part of the Festival of Theory 2022, the CEA is organizing a public conference in Aix-en-Provence, Thursday July 7 at 6.30 p.m., town hall, Salle des Etats de Provence.[…]Read more
COVID 19, some useful rules & regulations During the Festival, we will kindly ask participants to wear face masks, especially in conference rooms, during talks. REGARDING TRAVEL:If you ask yourself[…]Read more
How to come ?
Reminder : here the address where the Festival de Théorie will be taking place : AMU – Campus d’Aix- Quartier des facultés Building « Egger » – wing A 29 Avenue R.[…]Read more
Every two years the « festival de Théorie » aims to promote interactions beetween PhD students, postdocs and young scientists in fusion plasma physics & related fields (including theory, simulation and experiment) with leading reseachers from around the world, in a collaborative environment where current ideas are discussed.
This year’s topic is « Phase Dynamics »
For 2019, the Program is organized around a four-week courses of study and research involving a core group of prominent scientists closely interacting with a small group of competitively selected graduate & postgraduate Fellows.
WEEKS 1 & 2
The program commences with two weeks of Seminar by prominent scientists and a serie of Principales Lectures broadening Seminar topics.
WEEKS 3 & 4
Research projects are pursued in weeks 3 & 4 . They aim at associating about 10 competitively-selected Fellows with Research Scientists & Lecturers on topics spanning plasma physics, fluid dynamics, astrophycics & applied mathematics
TRAVEL & HOUSING SUPPORT
is offered to help offset the cost of round-trip travel to Aix-en-Provence. Housing facilities are also available. We recommend that applicants requiring a Visa contact their own Embassis at least three months prior to travel.
Research Projects – Fellows
About ten competitive fellowships are available for graduate students and Postdoctorates. The program is competitive: fellows are selected based on the applicant’s previous academic and scientific achievements and promise as future scientist.
PROSPECTIVE FESTIVAL FELLOWS
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• their CV, a description of their research work and 1-2 sample publications, if available.
• They should also include the contact information for one referee, presumably their research supervisor.
• Applicants should include a brief statement of what they seek to accomplish at the Festival, how they would contribute to, and profit from, such an interdisciplinary activity.