An opportunity for French native speakers exists for a French language assistant position in picturesque Rutherglen. This position is available from January to December 2021 through the Victorian Department of Education's 2021 Local Native Speaker Language Assistants Program. More information on the flyer
The Alliance Française de Perth is organizing two upcoming free events that could be of interest : Saturday 28th of November at 10pm, live stream broadcast of Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff's film “16 sunrise”, a documentary about and with Thomas Pesquet, the brilliant and famous French astronaut, film made during his last space mission Proxima. This event is organised by The French institute in Paris in partnership with the Alliance Française de Perth in Australia. https://www.
Pacific Futures Digital Student Research Workshop Preparing our region for the next pandemic: Australia, New Zealand and the Francophone Pacific Friday April 30th 9am - 2pm AEDT 9h00 - 14h00 Noumea | 10h00 - 15h00 Port Vila | 11h00 - 16h00 Mata-Utu 12pm - 5pm Auckland | 13h00 - 18h00 Papeete (Jeudi, 29 Avril 2021) The Question: How should the South West Pacific prepare and respond to the next pandemic? How has COVID-19 affected the lives of communities and societies within th
Building on the France and Australia Bushfire Science Workshop and the interest it triggered, an AFRAN Bushfire and Natural Hazards Community has emerged to share ideas, information, and research progresses about bushfire, natural hazard, and climate science, and to connect French and Australian researchers. Download our first Newsletter! Contact us to be part of the community and promote your research and activities in the next Newsletter!
Friday 4 December 2020, 6.00-8.15pm AEST An online conference jointly organised by the Australian National University (ANU), Australia, the Université Paris Sciences et Lettres (PSL), France and the Università di Padova (UniPadova), Italy ANU, PSL and UniPadova are jointly organising an online conference/workshop to review the history of AO development with its latest and near future realisations. The webinar will focus mainly on the role of AO in this evolution over the last
The University of Sydney and Sorbonne University are hosting a 2-day virtual workshop on AI/Quantum. As part of the strategic partnership between Sorbonne University and the University of Sydney, which aims to stimulate scientific exchanges and create synergies between research teams, this event launches two workshops on key sectors of scientific research in AI/Quantum. The workshop is open to any interested researcher at the University of Sydney. Events details: Date: Monday
Deadline for applications : 19 January 2021 For the year 2021, Ifremer offers a dozen post-doctoral contracts for a period of 18 months to researchers proposing innovative projects that are consistent with the three main themes below: - Protect and restore the ocean. - Sustainably use of marine resources to benefit society. - Create and share ocean data, information & knowledge. Applicants shall have performed their latest research (PhD or postdoc) outside of France and in a
10-13 November 2020 The French-Australian Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the French-Australian-New-Zealand business Days, a 4-day hybrid event between the 10th and 13th of November supported by the French Embassy among our partners. The event covers many different topics including conferences related to the Infrastructure, Energy, Space & Defence sectors. Each conference will be followed by a Q&A session and we would welcome the contribution of AFRAN members. The event i
The committee of Women in French Australia are delighted to invite you to their inaugural event - the first of a new Women in French seminar series. Women in French Australia was initiated by and is affiliated with the North American Women in French Association. Its goal is to bring the advantages of Women in French to Australian researchers and to extend this community of scholars working on French and Francophone women authors, feminist literary criticism and gender studies
Emilie Dotte-Sarout, archaeobotanist at the University of Western Australia and AFRAN member, explains her science and some of the stories she’s discovered on human-environment relations, and on the unknown scientific lives of the first women who conducted archaeological work in Oceania from the late 19th to the mid-20th century.