Young African Scientists in Europe on July 6th in Toulouse (France)

By on 01/06/2018
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You are a master student, a PhD candidate or a post-doc. You come from an African country and you are currently in Europe. You want to contribute to the development of science and technology in Africa, and you are wondering about the best way to do it. Stay in Europe? Return to Africa, but where and in which scientific environment? To do what kind of research? Or to work in which companies? You are not alone.
These questions, and many others, will be debated on 6th July 2018, at the YASE conference (Young African Scientists in Europe) at Toulouse-Capitole University. Organized by Afriscitech.com, the French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD-France) and the Federal University Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées, in conjunction with the 8th edition of EuroScience Open Forum, this event will highlight the role of young African researchers in the development of the science in Africa and give African PhD students and post-docs informations and insights to pursue their scientific careers, by enabling them to meet leading African and European personalities (the program: http://www.yase-conference.eu/index.php/en/programme)
Contact: Luc Allemand, luc.allemand@afriscitech.com – +33 6 01 93 48 57
 YASE is under the patronage of Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Science, Research and Innovation, Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, and Ivorian, Malagasy and Nigerian Ministers for Higher Education and Research. The African Academy of Science, the CAMES, the Global Young Academy, the European University Association and ALLEA are some of the other members of the patrons committee.

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