Laureate of the Laboratory for Excellence project (LabEx) in the program « Investment in the future », the DRIIHM LabEx, Device for Interdisciplinary Research on human-environments Interactions, aggregate 131 human-environments observatories (OHM in french), CNRS-INEE tools since 2007. This LabEx was set up for 8 years (February 2012-December 2019) with a € 6.5 million budget and now, for another five years (2020-2024).
1 13 observatories : Provence coalfield (Provence, France), Oyapock (French Guyana), Estarreja (Portugal), Tessekere (Senegal), Pyrenees-Haut Vicdessos (France), Rhone Valley (France), French mediterranean coastal zone (France), Nunavik (Canada), Bitche county (France), Pima County (USA), Caribbean coast (Guadeloupe, France), Patagonia-Bahia Exploradores (Chile) and Fessenheim (France).
The deadline for submitting a OHM or InterOHM project to the 2022 call for research projects of the LabEx DRIIHM has been postponed for all OHM, with excepted of the "French Mediterranean Coastal zone" OHM, to midnight on 15 December 2021.
The platform will remain open after this date only for the "French Mediterranean Coastal zone" OHM and this until 10 January 2022 at midnight.
The Call for Research Projects 2022 Labex DRIIHM is open. The general text of the call for projects (French and English versions) includes:
- The global framework
- the OHM and OHMi Call for research projects
Call for projects 2022 - OHM Bitche County
Call for projects 2022 - OHM Caribbean coast
Call for projects 2022 - OHM Fessenheim
Call for projects 2022 - OHM French Mediterranean Coast
Call for projects 2022 - OHM Haut-Vicdessos
Call for projects 2022 - OHM Nunavik
Call for projects 2022 - OHM Oyapock
Call for projects 2022 - OHMi Pima County
Call for projects 2022 - OHM Provence coalfield
Call for projects 2022 - OHMi Tessekere
Call for projects 2022 - OHM Rhone valley
The LabEx DRIIHM organizes jointly with the INEE and the CNRS Legal Affairs Department a DRIIHM coffee on ABS - Access and Benefit Sharing, the law that frames the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising not only from the use of genetic resources but also from discourses on these resources.
Researchers, teacher-researchers, IT, do you take samples of animals or plants?
Do you collect discourses, empirical knowledge on living organisms (uses, cultivation practices, gathering practices...)?
You work in France, overseas or abroad?
You are all potentially concerned.
Join us on Thursday, October 28 from 2 to 4 pm at the next "ABS Basics" coffee to discuss with Louise Dapremont, Legal Officer at the Legal Affairs Department and head of the ABS Unit at the CNRS.
In order to receive the link to connect on the D-day, please register by October 22 on the dedicated page: https://cafe-driihm-apa.sciencesconf.org/
The next call for research projects of the LabEx DRIIHM and OHM will open on October 5th for a period of two months.
The submission of projects will be done online directly on this site, after login.
The framework of this call and the research orientations for the next two years will be available very soon.
Laval University (Quebec, Canada), Lausane University (Switzerland) and OHMi Nunavik organise a seminar on "Ethics on digital data collection in an indigenous context" on 20 September.
The seminar will be held in person at Laval University (Room 2320-2330, Gene-H. Kruger Hall, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm Quebec time / 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm in France and Switzerland) but also in remote via the link: https://unil.zoom.us/j/91063796844
Share your data sharing experience!
Interdisciplinary Research Device on Human-Environment Interactions
We are asking you because you are involved in at least one of the Human-Environment Observatories (OHM) of the LabEx DRIIHM.
Data sharing is a major challenge for the scientific community today. Sharing is both making available the data we produce, but also accessing data useful to our research.
We are currently designing a web platform at the DRIIHM level in order to facilitate the sharing of research data and to accompany you in this process. This project is led by the engineers/researchers of the Data-DRIIHM group within the framework of the DRIIHM ANR Open Science project (SO-DRIIHM).
It's obviously essential that this platform adapts to your practices and meets your needs. To this end, we invite you to share your experience of data sharing by answering the survey via the following link: https://enquetes.univ-tlse2.fr/index.php/968188?lang=fr
Your participation requires about 15 minutes. It is essential to the success of the project!
Deadline to answer: July 9th!
The next symposium of the LabEx DRIIHM will take place in Toulouse from 6 to 8 September 2021. We are doing our best to also broadcast the exchanges via a videoconference for those who could not travel.
Whatever the version chosen (face-to-face or videoconference), registration is compulsory via the scienceConf website until midnight on 20 July (Paris time): https://driihm2021.sciencesconf.org
This site allows you to register for these days, to have all the practical information to go to the Jean Jaurès campus, to locate the rooms and to consult the programme of the exchanges. For the moment, this is only a provisional programme which will be updated in June.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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