Based at the Fondation Victor Lyon, the Researchers’ Club is an exchange and knowledge-sharing club for all doctoral students, researchers at the beginning of their careers or more experienced researchers on international mobility or established in the Ile-de-France region. Multidisciplinary and international, it is part of the welcome policy for researchers on scientific mobility. A series of debates, a cultural programme, collective work, workshops, thematic meetings or the sharing of your professional or daily experience to build lasting links… Membership is free.
The meetings within the club are moments of intense transdisciplinary exchange where everyone can find cultural and professional fulfilment, and share their enthusiasm for research during public events.
Developing an international community of researchers in Île-de-France. For all Ile-de-France researchers with international mobility or established in Ile-de-France at all academic levels.
Events and exchanges to facilitate meetings between the Ile-de-France scientific community and international researchers on mobility are organized.
Conferences and round tables with scientific and political personalities on an annual theme of general interest or a cross-cutting subject that combines several disciplines for collective reflection and work are proposed and accessible to the general public.
To join the Researchers’ Club, you must first register in the database ALFRED® (ALumni and Foreign REsearcher Directory), a software program for monitoring and animating the research community. It also allows our acc&ss offices to assist researchers on international mobility in their administrative procedures (visas, residence permits, health insurance, housing, linguistic and cultural integration…). Membership is free.
Fondation Victor Lyon
Cité internationale universitaire de Paris
29 boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris
T + 33 (0)1 40 79 02 46
Bertrand Cosson, director of the Victor Lyon, Garric, and Julie Victoire Daubié houses and professor at the University of Paris
Victor Lyon Foundation Home: Fatima Nassar
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (9am-12pm and 2pm-4pm)
A laboratory of ideas and creation for building the world of tomorrow, the Cité internationale occupies a unique place in the Parisian landscape as a place for international youth. Scientific, artistic and ecological collaborative projects abound on the 34-hectare campus, which brings together students and researchers of 150 nationalities from all disciplines.
Acc&ss will accompany you before your arrival in the Île-de-France and throughout your stay to make your experience as successful as possible. We offer a range of services and activities specially designed for you. You can call on our multilingual team at any time, both before your arrival and during your stay.
Do you need information about the Researchers’ Club and our activities? We are at your disposal and will answer you as soon as possible.