Chercheurs visiteurs

Chercheurs visiteurs au Collège d’Europe, Campus de Bruges et Natolin

Appel à candidatures

Le Collège d’Europe encourage les universitaires qui s’intéressent aux études européennes à poser leur candidature en tant que chercheurs visiteurs. Le Collège offre un environnement académique international stimulant et une bibliothèque spécialisée dans les matières de l’Union européenne. Les chercheurs visiteurs sont soit des professeurs qui souhaitent passer leur congé sabbatique au Collège d’Europe, soit des chercheurs confirmés qui désirent séjourner au Collège d’Europe dans le but de mener des recherches pour un projet postdoctoral. Ce séjour peut aller d’un mois à une année académique entière.

Procédure

La lettre de candidature, rédigée en anglais ou en français, doit être adressée au Directeur du Service académique du Collège d’Europe (thierry.monforti [at] coleurope.eu) qui la soumettra au Conseil académique. La candidature devra spécifier la motivation, le domaine de recherche et la période de séjour souhaitée, et être accompagnée d’un CV détaillé. Chaque chercheur visiteur devra idéalement s’affilier à l’un des programmes d’études au campus de Bruges, Belgique, ou au campus de Natolin (Varsovie), Pologne.

Avantages

Normalement, les chercheurs visiteurs financent leur séjour à l’aide de fonds externes, bien que le Collège d’Europe puisse apporter une contribution en nature, en autorisant l’utilisation des possibilités suivantes :

  • services de recherche documentaire ;
  • accès gratuit à l’internet ;
  • impressions, scans et photocopies gratuits ;
  • repas au prix du personnel dans le restaurant du Collège ;
  • espace bureau dans les bâtiments du Collège, selon les disponibilités ;
  • chambre ou appartement du Collège à un prix réduit, selon les disponibilités ;

Contribution à la vie du Collège

Les chercheurs visiteurs sont tenus de contribuer autant que possible aux activités académiques du département auquel ils sont associés. Une somme de 250 € par mois sera demandée en cas de non contribution académique spécifique. En accord avec le directeur d’études, leur contribution peut, consister soit en des exposés, soit dans le partage de leur expérience avec les étudiants soit encore en des apports à des conférences organisées au sein du Collège. Durant leur séjour au Collège d’Europe, et en ce qui concerne toute participation à une conférence extérieure ou publication relative à ce type d’événement, les chercheurs visiteurs sont également tenus d’indiquer leur affiliation académique avec le Collège. A la fin de leur séjour, il leur est également demandé de soumettre un court rapport d’activités au Recteur.

Visiteur(s) actuel(s)

Bin YE

Bin YE is Associate Professor  and Deputy Director of Department of EU Legal Studies at the Institute of European Studies, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). He obtained his PhD in International Private Law from the Wuhan University in Wuhan, China. He was a visiting student in University of Paris II, France (2007-2008). He was a Jean Monnet postdoctoral fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre in the European University Institute (2014-2015).  He has been selected as Secretary-General of the Chinese Association for European Legal Studies of the Chinese Association of European Studies since November 2016.
He is currently visiting scholar at the EU-China Research Centre, Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies at the College of Europe until November 2017. He is doing researches on the EU’s investment law, specifically on the EU’s proposal on creating investment court system and recently proposed EU regulation on establishing FDI screening mechanism.
His articles have appeared, among others, on “EU’s Proposal on ISDS for TTIP Negotiation: Challenges and the Way Forward”, “EU’s New Trade Agreement Policy in Legal Perspective”, “EU-US Bilateral Agreements and Sino-EU Bilateral Agreements”, “Legal Developments in EU Economic Governance and Fiscal Integration in the Context of the European Debt Crisis”, “The Legal Status and Institutional Structure of the EEAS”, “Ten Years of China’s EU Law Studies”, “The New Development of EU Private International Law: Expansion of EU’s Competence and Its Europeanisation”. He published his monograph on the 2005 Hague Convention on Choice of Court (China Social Sciences Press, 2013).  He translated Prof. Francis Snyder’s The European Union and China, 1949-2008: Basic Documents and Commentary into Chinese with his colleagues (Beijing: Social Science Academic Press, 2013). He also translated the EU’s Fiscal Compact into Chinese.

Özlem TERZI is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Istanbul University. She is, inter alia, the author of The Influence of the European Union on Turkish Foreign Policy (Ashgate, 2013). She obtained her PhD in International Relations from the Middle East Technical University (METU) in Ankara. She was a DAAD research scholar and junior fellow at the ‘Zentrum für Europäische Integrationsforschung’ (ZEI), University of Bonn. She studied as a Jean Monnet scholarship holder at the London School of Economics, where she received her MSc in European Studies. She also holds an MSc in International Relations from METU and a BSc in International Relations from Ankara University. Her research interests include EU foreign policy and diplomacy, global governance, EU-Turkey relations and Turkish foreign policy. Professor TERZI as visiting scholar in the Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies for the academic year 2016-17.

Magnolia PARDO

Magnolia PARDO is a Senior Lecturer in Constitutional & Administrative Law at the University of Murcia´s Law School (Spain). Since 2014, Dr. Pardo serves as the Law School´s Vice-Dean for Administrative and Political Studies and currently leads the Spanish Unit within the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics. She also serves as Deputy Director for the Chair of Social Economy at the University of Murcia. Previously, she acted as a Public Prosecutor.
Dr. Pardo´s research works have dealt with General Constitutional and Administrative Law; Judicial activity; judicial remedies; European Law; Fundamental Rights; religious freedom; Bioethics; e-Administration; Dat Protection; Big Data and healthcare; Public Sector Information; and Social and Collaborative Economy. She has provided consultancy services to several Spanish and European administrations, including the European Commission, by means of competitive research projects.  
Dr. PARDO has delivered lectures and conducted research abroad in France (Paris I – Pantheon Sorbonne and Toulouse), United Kingdom (Cambridge, Oxford and Belfast), Belgium (Catholique de Louvain and Gent), The Netherlands (Amsterdam), Cyprus, Italy (Naples “L´Orientale”, Bergamo and Torino), Portugal (Porto), Croatia (Rijeka-Opatika), Israel (Jerusalem and Eilat) and the USA (Loma Linda).
She is currently visiting scholar at the College of Europe European Legal Studies department until December 2017.

 

Anthony Luzzatto GARDNER

Former US Ambassador to the EU, Mr Anthony Luzzatto GARDNER, spent three months as a visiting fellow at the College of Europe Bruges campus. He participated in College events, writing, public speaking and held regular office hours for students who were able to learn from his valuable experience and knowledge. 

It was a great opportunity for the College of Europe to have the ambassador in our midst, especially in light of the launching of a brand new Master of Arts in Transatlantic Affairs and during times of uncertainty regarding the transatlantic relationship.

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