Official timetable for the 2020 competition
The CNRS published the official timetable for the 2020 competition [link].
Information on the 2020 competition
The 2020 recruitment campaign has been suspended on March 15, 2020, but is currently being reprogrammed. Informations provided on the CID51 website have no legal value, the only reference is the CNRS official website. However, given the uncertainties and difficulties of the current period, the CID51 has decided to communicate available informations to the community.
- If all the conditions are met, the competition for senior scientist positions (DR) will take place on the 6th and 7th of July, without interview, only on the basis of a review of the candidates’ files.
- If all the conditions are met, the research fellow competition (CR) should take place between the 20th and 23rd of July, 2020. Interviews will be held by videoconference for both candidates and the jury.
Candidates will be informed of the timetable and arrangements for the audition by the Competitions Department shortly.
Interviews will be conducted based on the legal dispositions detailed in the décret relatif à l’organisation des examens et concours pendant la crise sanitaire née de l’épidémie de covid-19.
No contact with the CNRS is necessary at this stage. The central Competitions Department (Service des concours) should send an individual message to each candidate by the week of May 25 at the latest.
However, in anticipation of this resumption of the competitions, the committee strongly encourages candidates to keep these dates free, and to follow the information published on the official website (make sure to empty the caches of your usual browser).
Franck Picard, president of the CID51
Available positions for the 2020 CID51 competition
N°51/02 – 5 Associate scientists normal class :
– 1 associate scientist of normal class, whose research project is part of a unit attached to INSMI as a principal institute,
– 3 associate scientists of normal class, whose research project is part of units attached to the INSB as a principal activity, including :
– 1 associate scientist of normal class on the theme “Artificial intelligence and massive data analysis of biological processes”,
– 1 associate scientist of normal class, whose research project is part of a unit attached to INS2I as a principal institute.