Could your interdisciplinary project win the Circle U.-prize?

The Circle U. alliance will be giving out awards for the best interdisciplinary research projects again this year. All winners of the Inter Circle U. Prize are rewarded with a promotional video produced by professionals with which to showcase their project.

In 2023, postdoc Janet Rafner won with her citizen science-project, This year, AU researchers have another opportunity at winning the European Circle U. alliance's prize for inter- and transdisciplinary research projects, the so-called Inter Circle U. Prize.

Three winners are named, and one main criteria is that their projects should involve at least two research disciplines. Projects are  -among other things - judged by quality and originality, and involvement of different stakeholders. The main prize is the opportunity for the winners to raise the visibility of their research projects, and to showcase their work through a promotional video produced by professionals.

Applications must include a summary of max 1,500 words, brief CVs as well as excerpts of publication lists, if applicable. PhD students are also eligible. 

The deadline for applications is March 1, and the winners will be presented at an event at Université Paris Cité on May 27.