Watch the CIVIS3i kick-off meeting

The CIVIS3i project will see 32 experienced researchers from around the world recruited for postdoctoral fellowships at four CIVIS universities: Aix-Marseille University, Université libre de Bruxelles, Autonomous University of Madrid, Sapienza University of Rome. On 24 June 2021 we hosted an online kick-off meeting for the CIVIS community, to introduce the project and the great opportunities it offers. You can read more about CIVIS3i in the launch announcement.

If you want to catch up on the event, check out the video recording below!


  • Welcome and opening remarks by the Rector of the Autonomous University of Madrid, holder of the rotating presidency of CIVIS
  • Overview of CIVIS for researchers and update on RIS4CIVIS project
  • Presentation of CIVIS3i COFUND program
  • Overview of the four hosting universities by the Rectors

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