Since 2001, the Committee for the History of Electricity has three objectives focused on the history of electricity: to conductor foster scientific research, to study and promote tangible and intangible heritage, and to share and impart knowledge. In 2013, the Committee widened its scope to become the Committee for the History ofElectricity and Energy. The Committee for the History of Electricity and Energy offers grants varying from 1,500 to 3,000 euros to graduate students.
Applications can be written in French or English.
Selection will be based on the following criteria: originality of the subject, preparation and quality of presentation of the project.
The project must deal, at least partly, with the history of electricity or energy in France, Europe or elsewhere in the world.
Payment of the grant will be conditional uponsignature of an convention. The thesis or dissertation may be written in the language chosen by the student. However, a summary in French or English must be submitted to the Committee for the History of Electricity and Energy fortheses or dissertations written in any other language.
Deadline 28th October 2019.
All the details can be found here.