Atlas Programme

Short–term postdoctoral mobility
Appel à candidatures | Atlas 2023 | Asie Centrale > France
Ongoing calls
Deadline for application
Programme Atlas

The Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme and its partners offer postdoctoral mobility grant to researchers in social sciences and humanities for periods from 2 to 3 months. The programme breaks down into two sections:

  • The INCOMING programme:

This programme targets researchers affiliated with an institution of higher education and research or a public/private research institute based aboard wishing to undertake a research stay in France.

  • The OUTGOING programme:

This program targets researchers residing and affiliated with a french institution of higher education and research or a public/private research institute who would like to benefit from a research stay in another country.

Please refer to the different calls to find out what arrangements apply to the competition you have chosen (geographical area, length of the fellowship) and the application procedure.

  • 2 call campaigns per year
  • 67 countries covered
  • 16 partners
  • 35 mobilities carried out
  • 12 disciplines represented
  • 73 700€ of funding granted

Ongoing calls

Atlas | France

from Central Asia
In partnership with IFEAC

Atlas | France

from South Mediterranean
In partnership with UNIMED

Atlas | France

from Ukraine
In partnership with AFU

Atlas | France

from Southern countries
In partnership with IRD

Atlas | France

from Mexico and Central America
In partnership with CEMCA

Researchers in residence

Svetlana Shnaider

Laureate of Atlas Programme Period of stay in France: from May 20 to June 20, 2018

Rafik Santrosyan

Laureate of the Atlas Program Stay from October 1st to December 27, 2017

Elima Karalaeva

Laureate of the Atlas Programme Stay in France: from September 3, 2018 to November 26, 2018

Ekaterina Trushkina

Laureate of Atlas Programme Period of stay in France: 1st May 2017 to 30 June 2017

Dilnur Reyhan

Laureate of the Atlas Programme  Stay in France: from July 1st to September 30, 2018
All researchers