WHAT IS GOING ON?
Young Scientists Retreat
Together with another prestigious European research institution, ADIC organizes an annual joint young scientists retreat. Supported by the Training Unit, the purpose of this retreat is to get together in a relaxed environment to discuss science, participate in career development workshops, as well as other interactive activities, and build a professional network with both young and senior scientists.
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ReSiPi and Ratatouille Seminars
ReSiPi (Research,Science & Pizza) and Ratatouille seminars aim to provide a platform for young researchers willing to present their work in an informal manner, while sharing pizzas with their colleagues. The ReSiPi seminars take place in the Orsay campus and the Ratatouille seminars are organised in the Paris campus.
Do not miss upcoming ReSiPi = >> 22/05, 30/09 and 28/10!
Do not miss upcoming Ratatuille!
- Past Ratatouille Seminars : six Ratatouille seminars were organized between January and September 2018. Two special editions took place, apart from four regular Ratatouille seminars for which 3 PhD students, 3 Postdocs and 1 engineer presented their work.
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Young Researchers in Life Sciences (YRLS)
As a member of the YRLS Federation, ADIC helps to organize the YRLS conferences every year. This 3-day conference aims to provide young researchers with a favorable scientific environment for discussion and presentation of their work and allows them to build a network.
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Petits Déjeuners professionnels
Professional breakfasts are a great opportunity for young researchers to meet with professionals who obtained their PhD in academia and are now working in non-academic positions. These meetings take place every two months and the location changes every time, but always in the area of Paris, as this event is co-organised by different associations within Paris:
- ADELIH: Association des Doctorants et des jEunes chercheurs de l'Institut d' Hématologie
- YR2I: Young Researchers of Imagine Institute
- Doc'Up: l’association des doctorants de Sorbonne Université
- JeCCO: l’association des jeunes chercheurs de l’Institut Cochin
- BioDocs: l'association des jeunes chercheurs en sciences de la vie d'Ile-de-France
- Stapa: Young Researchers of Institut Pasteur
- ADIC: Association of PhD students and Post-Docs of Institut Curie
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Recently, a network for post-docs at the Institut Curie has been established with the objective of promoting post-doc involvement in ADIC and Institut Curie. The main points covered during these meetings are networking opportunities between post-docs, and more efficient transfer of information about the wide variety of training courses already being offered at Institut Curie.
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An embryonic and exciting novel collaboration between the associations of young researchers from Imagine (YR2I), Institut Cochin (JeCCo), Institut Pasteur (StaPa) and Institut Curie (ADIC) is on! The collaboration is entitled: Young researchers Union Meetings in Paris - YUMP!
To foment the communication among the different institutes, a first meeting was organised on April 3rd at Institut Curie. During the event, several students from the different research institutes participated in a session of flash-talks of 3-5 min each, and afterwards all the participants shared a cocktail to get to know each other and create a bigger and stronger network.
Future events will be organized very soon so stay tuned if you do not want to miss them!
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Together with the Training Unit, ADIC organizes French language courses annually for all members of Institut Curie willing to learn French or improve their French level.
These classes happen in an enriching learning environment with people from many backgrounds and countries. As you can see in the statistics from this year, participants have different positions at Curie and they come from all over the world! So remember, there is no excuse not to learn French!
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Forum BIOTechno takes place once a year in different cities around France and aims at encouraging interaction between young researchers and the different actors of the biotechnology field and other related fields. This event helps young researchers with their career development through discussions about innovation, technology, transfer, consulting and management.
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Happy Fridays take place every second Friday from 6 to 8 pm at Green Cafe or Chez Marie at the Paris campus. This event allows you to meet and discuss with colleagues at the end of the week or even between two experiments.
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Apéros and Parties
Regular Aperos and Parties are organized throughout the year. They take place at "Chez Marie" in the Paris campus and are a great opportunity to meet colleagues from Paris, Orsay and Saint‐Cloud. Upcoming: join us for the Science Brewery on May 24th, at Paris campus.
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