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Mandats de retour pour chercheurs travaillant à l'étranger


Organisation:

  • Responsable(s) Politique scientifique fédérale:
    Delhausse Bernard
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  • Décision finale du conseil des ministres: //
  • Durée des recherches: 1/1/2002 - //
  • Budget: 1,240,000.00 EUR /an
  • Projets de recherche: 39

Objectifs:

Les Mandats de retour entendent favoriser le retour en Belgique de chercheurs talentueux menant des activités de R&D dans un centre de recherche étranger. Chaque année, les candidats sélectionnés reçoivent un financement de 24 mois. Le lien avec les programmes de recherche financés par Belspo ou un ESF n'est pas requis.


Projets de recherche:

BB/10/01: NKT cell-mediated modulation of Th1/Th17 balances and its consequences on osteoclastogenesis in autoimmune arthritis

BB/10/02: Multiscale mathematical modeling of root growth in Arabidopsis thaliana

BB/10/03: Electronic and spin properties of one-dimensional semiconductor systems

BB/10/04: Metacommunity dynamics of Ostracoda (Crustacea) in South and Central American bromeliads (Bromeliacea)

BB/10/05: Conjugated molecules as optical probes for biomembranes and DNA: Theoretical insights

BB/10/06: Transnational care-giving in the Belgian context: an analysis of the interplay between intrafamilial dynamics and the exchange of care between adult migrants and their parents

BB/10/07: Computational aspects of quantum information processing: study of adiabatic quantum computation, quantum algorithms based on quantum walks, and distributed computation with quantum resources

BB/10/08: Forward modeling: revolutionising coronal seismology

BB/11/01: The Criminal Jury in France and England in the 18th and 19th Centuries. A comparative Study of Popular Justice

BB/11/02: Nitrate Transformation Processes in the Schelde under Reduced Sewage Inputs (NITRAPS)

BB/11/03: Interactions and dynamic of the main E. coli divisome proteins in membranes

BB/11/04: Orientation tuning of face identity coding in the brain, a pattern-analysis fMRI approach

BB/11/05: Study of the functional role of the distinct lung and liver antigen presenting cell subsets in vivo

BB/11/06: Discovery and prioritization of gene regulatory modules driving oncogenesis

BB/11/07: Fossil sperm whales and their prey: evolution of physeteroid feeding strategies

BB/11/08: The role of visual and motor systems in action understanding

BB/11/09: Novel motion correction techniques for PET imaging of awake animals

BB/12/01: Unravelling the function of Arabidopsis alpha group Aurora kinases in orienting formative cell divisions

BB/12/02: New eyes on the world: signal processing for interpreting biogeochemical time series

BB/12/03: Novel confinement-induced phenomena in superconducting nanograins

BB/12/04: Cross-talk between Leishmania and its mammalian host-cell: insights from chemical genetics and antimony-resistant field isolates

BB/12/05: Endothelial and Vascular Dysfunctions in experimental Aristolochic Acid Nephropathy: role of AMP-Activated Protein Kinase

BB/12/06: Investigation of atomic processes in lowly-ionized iron-peak and neutron-capture elements. Applications to the modeling of astrophysical and laboratory plasmas

BB/12/07: Investigating the temporal dynamics of face processing in the human brain by combining simultaneous measures of scalp and intracranial electrophysiology with functional neuroimaging

BB/12/08: The contribution of executive control processes to lexico-semantic impairment in Alzheimer's disease and Semantic Dementia

BB/12/09: Marine trace metal biogeochemistry and its control on the biogeochemical carbon pump

BB/13/01: Early differentiation of terrestrial planets

BB/13/02: Backreactions from cosmological inhomogeneities during inflation and structure formation

BB/13/03: Cyanobacteria Circadian Rhythms

BB/13/04: An operator-theoretic framework for studying the collective behaviors of interacting agents. Application to the analysis of rhythms in neural networks

BB/13/05: Multi-scale turbulent transport in fusion plasmas, theoretical developments and data

BB/13/06: Quantum information processing with photons

BB/13/07: Germination ecology, an important factor in the response of plant species to climate change

BB/14/01: Understanding regional elections: Beyond the second-order theory

BB/14/02: Multiscale CFD modeling of novel postharvest treatments

BB/14/03: Neurological diversity and epigenetic influences in utero. An ethical investigation of maternal responsibility towards the future child

BB/14/04: Mapping the luminous and dark matter content of galaxies with gravitational lensing telescopes

BB/14/05: A novel paradigm for immunity and vaccine development against group A streptococcus

BB/14/06: Comparative perspectives on Caribbean, Lusophone African and European (con)texts




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