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
- and the call for transversal research projects, which aims to support projects whose research falls within the territory of at least two OHMs. For these projects, before submitting via the DRIIHM website, please contact the directors of the concerned OHMs.
This year, there are no doctoral and post-doctoral call for projects.
The main dates to remember
- Launch of the call: October 5th, 2021
- Deadline submission project proposals: December 5st, 2021 (December 15th 2021 only for OHM "French mediterranean coastal zone")
- Deadline peer review assessments and results of OHM projects: January 2022
Reminder: The Human-Environment Observatories are devoted to the study of socio-ecosystems that have been affected by humans in ecological, economical and social respects and that are undergoing substantial transformations due to a major disruptive event. They are an ideal tool for observing, analysing, experimenting with and modelling current environmental questions and issues related to an identified geographical region.
Theirs objectives are to promote the interdisciplinary research by integrating issues associated with the biological sciences, geosciences and social sciences ; in this way develop global ecology studies and accumulate interoperable datas (documents, archives, publications, pictures, maps...) in shared databases.
This call is intended to encourage studies in the environmental sciences fields and specifically on priorities of OHM. These domains are listed below and can be treated in the framework of one or more OHM.