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Fév
21
mer
[Circle U.] Online Training for Climate Change Practitioners @ Online
Fév 21 @ 9 h 45 min – 16 h 30 min
[Circle U.] Online Training for Climate Change Practitioners @ Online

How can policymakers, public service providers and non-governmental professionals help make our societies and infrastructures sustainable for the future? The Circle U. international online training programme invites climate change practitioners to find out over 4 days starting February 20th 2024. Registration is open.

Circle U.brings together Université Paris Cité, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, King’s College, London, UCLouvain, University of Oslo, Aarhus University, University of Belgrade, University of Pisa and University of Vienna

Target audience

Policy makers, public service providers and non governmental professionals

Objectives

The programme is designed to help professionals in the public sector increase and improve sustainability efforts in their work environments and communities. Over the course of four days, participants will:

  • Gain insight into the science behind climate change
  • Get an overview of EU law and policy frameworks pertaining to climate sustainability
  • Learn about best practices for implementing EU guidelines
  • Find out how to adapt them to your own work environment
  • Exchange with academics and peers
  • Extend your professional network across Europe

Participants will benefit from the expertise of speakers from the worlds of research, public services and private economy. Knowledge and actionable insights into what works where and how to make a difference will be gained.

Participation is free of charge and, upon completion, Circle U. issues a certificate.

Dates

February 20, 21, 27 and 28 2024

Register by January 29th 2024

* A few spots are reserved for academics and PhD students interested in the topic. Please use the general registration form.

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Fév
27
mar
[Circle U.] Online Training for Climate Change Practitioners @ Online
Fév 27 @ 9 h 45 min – 16 h 30 min
[Circle U.] Online Training for Climate Change Practitioners @ Online

How can policymakers, public service providers and non-governmental professionals help make our societies and infrastructures sustainable for the future? The Circle U. international online training programme invites climate change practitioners to find out over 4 days starting February 20th 2024. Registration is open.

Circle U.brings together Université Paris Cité, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, King’s College, London, UCLouvain, University of Oslo, Aarhus University, University of Belgrade, University of Pisa and University of Vienna

Target audience

Policy makers, public service providers and non governmental professionals

Objectives

The programme is designed to help professionals in the public sector increase and improve sustainability efforts in their work environments and communities. Over the course of four days, participants will:

  • Gain insight into the science behind climate change
  • Get an overview of EU law and policy frameworks pertaining to climate sustainability
  • Learn about best practices for implementing EU guidelines
  • Find out how to adapt them to your own work environment
  • Exchange with academics and peers
  • Extend your professional network across Europe

Participants will benefit from the expertise of speakers from the worlds of research, public services and private economy. Knowledge and actionable insights into what works where and how to make a difference will be gained.

Participation is free of charge and, upon completion, Circle U. issues a certificate.

Dates

February 20, 21, 27 and 28 2024

Register by January 29th 2024

* A few spots are reserved for academics and PhD students interested in the topic. Please use the general registration form.

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Fév
28
mer
[Circle U.] Online Training for Climate Change Practitioners @ Online
Fév 28 @ 9 h 45 min – 16 h 30 min
[Circle U.] Online Training for Climate Change Practitioners @ Online

How can policymakers, public service providers and non-governmental professionals help make our societies and infrastructures sustainable for the future? The Circle U. international online training programme invites climate change practitioners to find out over 4 days starting February 20th 2024. Registration is open.

Circle U.brings together Université Paris Cité, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, King’s College, London, UCLouvain, University of Oslo, Aarhus University, University of Belgrade, University of Pisa and University of Vienna

Target audience

Policy makers, public service providers and non governmental professionals

Objectives

The programme is designed to help professionals in the public sector increase and improve sustainability efforts in their work environments and communities. Over the course of four days, participants will:

  • Gain insight into the science behind climate change
  • Get an overview of EU law and policy frameworks pertaining to climate sustainability
  • Learn about best practices for implementing EU guidelines
  • Find out how to adapt them to your own work environment
  • Exchange with academics and peers
  • Extend your professional network across Europe

Participants will benefit from the expertise of speakers from the worlds of research, public services and private economy. Knowledge and actionable insights into what works where and how to make a difference will be gained.

Participation is free of charge and, upon completion, Circle U. issues a certificate.

Dates

February 20, 21, 27 and 28 2024

Register by January 29th 2024

* A few spots are reserved for academics and PhD students interested in the topic. Please use the general registration form.

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Fév
29
jeu
[Graduate School] Society & Health is hosting a Applithon « Health and Sport » @ STAPS University Library
Fév 29 @ 9 h 00 min
[Graduate School] Society & Health is hosting a Applithon "Health and Sport" @ STAPS University Library

Physical activity serves as a vital tool for preventive healthcare and holistic personal growth. Promoting this engagement aligns with the overarching goal of fostering general well-being (healthy humans in healthy societies on a healthy planet), a core focus of Université Paris Cité in the forthcoming years. This year, coinciding with the Olympic Games in Paris, the Graduate School of Society & Health is hosting its second Applithon focused on the theme of « Health and Sport » for its students.

Target

Targeting Master 1 students within the Graduate School Society & Health, our second Applithon endeavors to champion a multidisciplinary approach in crafting a mobile application tailored to advocate for or bolster sporting activities, thus bolstering overall health.

How can we stimulate physical activity? Which demographic should we prioritise? How might a mobile application facilitate the development of an inventive solution?

Your task entails devising a mobile application project, post a day of collaborative workshops, geared towards encouraging or supporting sporting endeavors among a designated audience. Guided by your instructors, you’ll refine an innovative and viable solution. By day’s end, all projects will be showcased, with prises awarded to the standout team and all participants.

 

Detailed agenda

  • 9:00 AM – Welcoming the Day: Introduction and Overview
  • 9:30 AM – Presentation of the CIH Santé Application by Damien VITIELLO (Dean of UFR Staps, Associate Professor HDR in Physiology at URP 3625 I3SP)
  • 10:00 AM – Commencement of Group Work
  • 12:30 PM – Midday Break: Lunch
  • 1:15 PM – Resumption of Group Activities
  • 3:45 PM – Project Presentations
  • 5:00 PM – Highlighting Excellence: Announcement of the Winning Project and Award Ceremony

 

Enrolment procedure

To apply, students should contact their Masters coordinator. Three students will be chosen from each Masters program. The application deadline is February 25th.

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Mar
7
jeu
[LECTURE SERIES] Current Research on East Asia 2023-2024 @ Grands Moulins Campus and online
Mar 7 @ 17 h 00 min – 18 h 30 min
[LECTURE SERIES] Current Research on East Asia 2023-2024 @ Grands Moulins Campus and online

For the second year running, the Graduate School of East Asian Studies is organising a series of lectures in English aimed at informing and raising awareness among members of the student and scientific community about the latest developments in research in the humanities and social sciences relating to East Asia.

In support of global engagement, creativity and critical knowledge and research, the Graduate School of East Asian Studies is organising a series of lectures by international scholars for the academic year 2023-2024. This series of lectures is an opportunity to listen to and discuss with seven internationally renowned lecturers, while at the same time combining scientific data and knowledge, multidisciplinary approaches and research tools and methods.

These conferences help to reinforce the cross-disciplinary and international dimensions in the training of students who are destined for high-level studies, coupled with an excellent command of an oriental language (Chinese, Korean, Japanese or Vietnamese). It is particularly aimed at Master’s students in Asian studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region, as well as doctoral students.

PROGRAMME

Thursday November 9
Testimony vs. propaganda: love and kamishibai in Japan’s colonial empire
Speaker: Sharalyn ORBAUGH, University of British Columbia

Thursday December 7
The programme to improve rice production in colonial Korea: inspections, regulations, and the creation of a commodity
Speaker: Holly STEPHENS, University of Edinburgh

Thursday January 25
To rebel is justified: Red Guard art and the mass production of images
Speaker: Juliane NOTH, Freie Universität Berlin

Thursday February 15
East Asia’s post war battle over history and memory – the hidden legacy of war crimes tribunals
Speaker: Barak KUSHNER, University of Cambridge

Thursday March 7
Transnational mobility, kinship and aspiration for the good life in rural central Vietnam
Speaker: Nguyen MINH, Bielefeld University

Thursday April 4
Gender equality or traditional culture: legal cases afterwards the abolishement of the household head system in Korea
Speaker: Jong-Chol AN, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

Thursday April 25
Slow forms of infrastructural violence: the complexities of vietnamese state plans and ethnic minority livelihoods in vietnam’s mountainous northern borderlands
Speaker: Sarah TURNER, McGill University

Access to these conferences is open to all, either :
in person at Room Léon Vandermeersch 481c – 4th floor – building C – 5 rue Thomas Mann 75013 Paris
via Zoom : link >

 

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Mar
13
mer
[WEB-CONFERENCES] Circle U.’lympics @ Online
Mar 13 @ 18 h 00 min – 20 h 00 min
[WEB-CONFERENCES] Circle U.’lympics @ Online

The Circle U.’lympics project, supported by Circle U. European university alliance and organised by Université Paris Cité’s Sports Science Department (STAPS), King’s College, London and the University of Aarhus, invites you to a series of web conferences from January to April on the theme of the Olympic Games. Join us online!

Circle U. European university alliance: Université Paris Cité, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, King’s College, London, UCLouvain, University of Oslo, Aarhus University, University of Belgrade, University of Pisa and University of Vienna

Target Audience

  • Université Paris Cité students and adminstrative staff
  • Circle U. students from the partner universities
  • General public, anyone interested in the topic of the Olympic Games

Objectives

The Circle U.’lympics project aims to provide a 360-degree interdisciplinary vision of the Olympic Games, and to share research within the Circle U. European university alliance.

The web conferences will take place once a month in hybrid form starting from January 31, 2024 to April 26, 2024. Athletes, researchers and doctoral students from Circle U.’s 9 partner universities will speak on the themes of Physical Activity, Sports and Artistic Sciences and Olympism, aiming to enhance the Olympic culture of our students and all those taking part in these events. The conferences will be held in English.

The Programme

January 31st 2024 Historical and ethical perspectives on the Olympic Games

The Olympic games and its similarities with religion – from a historical and contemporary perspective.

Speaker : Marianne Q Fibiger, Aarhus University

Ethic Agency of Olympiens : A New Moral Sport

Speaker : Bernard Andrieu, Université Paris Cité

Join on zoom

 

February 15th 2024 Participation and performance perspectives

Should Russian and Belarusian athletes be excluded from the Paris Olympics?

Speaker : Verner Møller, Aarhus University

Join on zoom

 

March 13th 2024 What does it take to compete in the Olympic Games?

Importance of Nutrition to Win Medals.

Speaker : Louise Deldicque, UCLouvain

Olympic Synergy: Paris 2024 and the Intersection of Active Living, Public Spaces, and Sustainability

Speaker : Professor Milena Vukmirovic, University of Belgrade

Join on zoom

 

April 10th 2024 Panel Discussion

Sustainability, Gender or Governance.

Speaker : Géraldine Zeimers, UCLouvain

Former or current students taking part in the Olympics will share their experience (speaker panel to be confirmed)

Join on zoom

 

 

For more information on the Circle U’lympics 

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Mar
19
mar
[Graduate School] Materials Research Society: joint european workshop @ Amphithéâtre Vulpian, site Odéon
Mar 19 – Mar 22 Jour entier
[Graduate School] Materials Research Society: joint european workshop @ Amphithéâtre Vulpian, site Odéon

Initiated by the Materials Research Society (MRS), the four European chapters situated in Paris, Haselt, Cologne, and Geneva are collaborating to host the inaugural workshop of an ongoing series, scheduled to take place in Paris from March 19 to 22, 2024.

Driven by a group of materials science students, Université Paris Cité has earned recognition from the Materials Research Society and the European Materials Research Society. By establishing the first MRS University Chapter in France, the university underscores the excellence of its materials science research and training.

Recognising the importance of collaboration in materials science and engineering across Europe, the four European MRS chapters are organising a series of workshops. These workshops, open to seasoned researchers, global materials scientists, faculty members, engineers, and students.

For this inaugural edition, eight themes have been carefully chosen, covering materials for health, carbon-based materials, inorganic materials for energy, ceramics for a sustainable future, high inertia alloys, ceramics for a sustainable future, high entropy alloys, machine learning, and nanomagnetism.

International experts are specially invited.

Learn more >

For three days in Paris, specialists and young scientists will meet for oral presentations and poster sessions. There will be a friendly poster session on a boat along the Seine, combining cultural and scientific activities. Networking is encouraged, discussing scientific collaborations, student exchanges, and career opportunities to bridge communities.

Submit abstracts by Friday, March 1, 2024.

Sign up here >

Note that spots are limited.

All the details about this event >

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À la recherche d’un master ? À vos candidatures !

À la recherche d’un master ? À vos candidatures !

Le portail national monmaster.gouv.fr propose un panorama détaillé de tous les diplômes nationaux de master des établissements d’enseignement supérieur français accessibles après une licence. Découvrez dès le 29 janvier 2024 la diversité de l’offre de masters de...

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Avr
4
jeu
[LECTURE SERIES] Current Research on East Asia 2023-2024 @ Grands Moulins Campus and online
Avr 4 @ 17 h 00 min – 18 h 30 min
[LECTURE SERIES] Current Research on East Asia 2023-2024 @ Grands Moulins Campus and online

For the second year running, the Graduate School of East Asian Studies is organising a series of lectures in English aimed at informing and raising awareness among members of the student and scientific community about the latest developments in research in the humanities and social sciences relating to East Asia.

In support of global engagement, creativity and critical knowledge and research, the Graduate School of East Asian Studies is organising a series of lectures by international scholars for the academic year 2023-2024. This series of lectures is an opportunity to listen to and discuss with seven internationally renowned lecturers, while at the same time combining scientific data and knowledge, multidisciplinary approaches and research tools and methods.

These conferences help to reinforce the cross-disciplinary and international dimensions in the training of students who are destined for high-level studies, coupled with an excellent command of an oriental language (Chinese, Korean, Japanese or Vietnamese). It is particularly aimed at Master’s students in Asian studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region, as well as doctoral students.

PROGRAMME

Thursday November 9
Testimony vs. propaganda: love and kamishibai in Japan’s colonial empire
Speaker: Sharalyn ORBAUGH, University of British Columbia

Thursday December 7
The programme to improve rice production in colonial Korea: inspections, regulations, and the creation of a commodity
Speaker: Holly STEPHENS, University of Edinburgh

Thursday January 25
To rebel is justified: Red Guard art and the mass production of images
Speaker: Juliane NOTH, Freie Universität Berlin

Thursday February 15
East Asia’s post war battle over history and memory – the hidden legacy of war crimes tribunals
Speaker: Barak KUSHNER, University of Cambridge

Thursday March 7
Transnational mobility, kinship and aspiration for the good life in rural central Vietnam
Speaker: Nguyen MINH, Bielefeld University

Thursday April 4
Gender equality or traditional culture: legal cases afterwards the abolishement of the household head system in Korea
Speaker: Jong-Chol AN, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

Thursday April 25
Slow forms of infrastructural violence: the complexities of vietnamese state plans and ethnic minority livelihoods in vietnam’s mountainous northern borderlands
Speaker: Sarah TURNER, McGill University

Access to these conferences is open to all, either :
in person at Room Léon Vandermeersch 481c – 4th floor – building C – 5 rue Thomas Mann 75013 Paris
via Zoom : link >

 

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Avr
10
mer
[WEB-CONFERENCES] Circle U.’lympics @ Online
Avr 10 @ 18 h 00 min – 20 h 00 min
[WEB-CONFERENCES] Circle U.’lympics @ Online

The Circle U.’lympics project, supported by Circle U. European university alliance and organised by Université Paris Cité’s Sports Science Department (STAPS), King’s College, London and the University of Aarhus, invites you to a series of web conferences from January to April on the theme of the Olympic Games. Join us online!

Circle U. European university alliance: Université Paris Cité, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, King’s College, London, UCLouvain, University of Oslo, Aarhus University, University of Belgrade, University of Pisa and University of Vienna

Target Audience

  • Université Paris Cité students and adminstrative staff
  • Circle U. students from the partner universities
  • General public, anyone interested in the topic of the Olympic Games

Objectives

The Circle U.’lympics project aims to provide a 360-degree interdisciplinary vision of the Olympic Games, and to share research within the Circle U. European university alliance.

The web conferences will take place once a month in hybrid form starting from January 31, 2024 to April 26, 2024. Athletes, researchers and doctoral students from Circle U.’s 9 partner universities will speak on the themes of Physical Activity, Sports and Artistic Sciences and Olympism, aiming to enhance the Olympic culture of our students and all those taking part in these events. The conferences will be held in English.

The Programme

January 31st 2024 Historical and ethical perspectives on the Olympic Games

The Olympic games and its similarities with religion – from a historical and contemporary perspective.

Speaker : Marianne Q Fibiger, Aarhus University

Ethic Agency of Olympiens : A New Moral Sport

Speaker : Bernard Andrieu, Université Paris Cité

Join on zoom

 

February 15th 2024 Participation and performance perspectives

Should Russian and Belarusian athletes be excluded from the Paris Olympics?

Speaker : Verner Møller, Aarhus University

Join on zoom

 

March 13th 2024 What does it take to compete in the Olympic Games?

Importance of Nutrition to Win Medals.

Speaker : Louise Deldicque, UCLouvain

Olympic Synergy: Paris 2024 and the Intersection of Active Living, Public Spaces, and Sustainability

Speaker : Professor Milena Vukmirovic, University of Belgrade

Join on zoom

 

April 10th 2024 Panel Discussion

Sustainability, Gender or Governance.

Speaker : Géraldine Zeimers, UCLouvain

Former or current students taking part in the Olympics will share their experience (speaker panel to be confirmed)

Join on zoom

 

 

For more information on the Circle U’lympics 

Read more

Avr
25
jeu
[LECTURE SERIES] Current Research on East Asia 2023-2024 @ Grands Moulins Campus and online
Avr 25 @ 17 h 00 min – 18 h 30 min
[LECTURE SERIES] Current Research on East Asia 2023-2024 @ Grands Moulins Campus and online

For the second year running, the Graduate School of East Asian Studies is organising a series of lectures in English aimed at informing and raising awareness among members of the student and scientific community about the latest developments in research in the humanities and social sciences relating to East Asia.

In support of global engagement, creativity and critical knowledge and research, the Graduate School of East Asian Studies is organising a series of lectures by international scholars for the academic year 2023-2024. This series of lectures is an opportunity to listen to and discuss with seven internationally renowned lecturers, while at the same time combining scientific data and knowledge, multidisciplinary approaches and research tools and methods.

These conferences help to reinforce the cross-disciplinary and international dimensions in the training of students who are destined for high-level studies, coupled with an excellent command of an oriental language (Chinese, Korean, Japanese or Vietnamese). It is particularly aimed at Master’s students in Asian studies or other scientific disciplines related to the East Asian region, as well as doctoral students.

PROGRAMME

Thursday November 9
Testimony vs. propaganda: love and kamishibai in Japan’s colonial empire
Speaker: Sharalyn ORBAUGH, University of British Columbia

Thursday December 7
The programme to improve rice production in colonial Korea: inspections, regulations, and the creation of a commodity
Speaker: Holly STEPHENS, University of Edinburgh

Thursday January 25
To rebel is justified: Red Guard art and the mass production of images
Speaker: Juliane NOTH, Freie Universität Berlin

Thursday February 15
East Asia’s post war battle over history and memory – the hidden legacy of war crimes tribunals
Speaker: Barak KUSHNER, University of Cambridge

Thursday March 7
Transnational mobility, kinship and aspiration for the good life in rural central Vietnam
Speaker: Nguyen MINH, Bielefeld University

Thursday April 4
Gender equality or traditional culture: legal cases afterwards the abolishement of the household head system in Korea
Speaker: Jong-Chol AN, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

Thursday April 25
Slow forms of infrastructural violence: the complexities of vietnamese state plans and ethnic minority livelihoods in vietnam’s mountainous northern borderlands
Speaker: Sarah TURNER, McGill University

Access to these conferences is open to all, either :
in person at Room Léon Vandermeersch 481c – 4th floor – building C – 5 rue Thomas Mann 75013 Paris
via Zoom : link >

 

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