Thursday, February 18, from 6 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.
- Opening remarks by Prof. Jonathan Weitzman, co-director of EUR G.E.N.E.
- Introduction on the program by Dr. Claire Deloche, Head of For Women in Science programs at the L’Oréal Foundation
- Reminder of the instructions for completing the application and general advice on how to complete any funding request
- Presentations by each 2020 laureate on how they prepared their application and the repercussions on their career
- Q&A session
We recommend that you have already read the Program rules and started to collect or write your ideas for the application before the workshop.
- Life and Environmental sciences
- Physical sciences
- Mathematics, Computer science and Information sciences
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