Bilateral Agreements

One of the aims of the Research Centre for the Humanities is to sign bilateral agreements with similar Centres around the world for the exchange of scholars, common projects and other activities, where the funding of the agreed activities will be shared between the two bodies involved in the agreement.

 

Bilateral Agreement with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)

( https://giving.web.cern.ch/content/cern-society-foundation και https://home.cern/ )

This Agreement establishes the framework for collaboration between the two Centres in areas of mutual interest for a period of 5 years. Topics for potential collaborative projects include the new kinds of epistemological, historiographical and sociological questions that are coming to surface as a result of the work done at CERN and other sites of related research, the long term planning of the future accelerators.

 

Bilateral Agreement with the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG), Berlin

( https://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/ )

This Agreement aims at strengthening institutional and scientific relations between RCH and MPIWG through the implementation of collaborative activities. In particular, the agreement identifies as possible collaborative activities: a) collaboration between researchers of the two institutes on common interest subjects, b) the exchange of staff and researchers, c) organization of common scientific events, such as scientific workshops and conferences, d) joint research initiatives.

Within this context, the RCH will issue public calls for the exchange of researchers twice a year. For further information on how to apply, please email us at info@rchumanities.gr

 

Bilateral Agreement with the National Center of Social Research – ΕΚΚΕ

( https://www.ekke.gr/ )

This Agreement aims at: a) the funding of research in the humanities and social studies at various levels on a national and international level by supporting young scholars (individuals and/or research groups), b) the public discussion and further dissemination of research results, c) the organization of common scientific events, such as workshops and conferences.