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Enhanced Eurotalents Programme

Programme Overview

Enhanced Eurotalents is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Programme, co-funded by the European Commission and managed by the French Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission (CEA).

Published on 16 January 2017

Enhanced Eurotalents (2014 - 2018), co-funded by the European Commission and managed by CEA, aims at fostering international mobility of researchers at post-doctoral level and more, by offering fellowships from 12 to 36 months (ending by 31st December, 2018). 
These fellowships are funded as follows: 40% by​ the European Commission and 60% by the CEA host laboratory.


The applications are assessed in four research fields: Energy, Environment and Climate Change (E2C2), Key Enabling Technologies (KET), Life Sciences and Biotechnology (LSB) and High Energy Physics, High Energy Density Physics and Physics of the Universe​ (HEPPU). 

Two types of ​fellowships are available:

  • Researchers who want to carry out a research project in a CEA laboratory
    To be eligible, the applicant shall not have resided in France more than 12 months during the three years prior to the submission of the research project. For this mobility scheme, called Incoming CEA Fellowship (ICF), three selection sessions are organised yearly.

    The next cut-off dates to submit a research project are: 31st January 2017; 31st May 2017 and 30th September 2017.

  • CEA researchers who have a mobility project in a host laboratory outside France

    For this mobility scheme, called Outgoing CEA Fellowships (OCF), one selection session is organised yearly. 

    The next cut-off date to submit a research project is: 31st May 2017​.​​