Permanent postions at CNRS ( to join the CLLE (Cognition, Langues, Langage, Ergonomie) lab

Os reenviamos un mensaje de nuestro compañero Lalo Salmerón sobre una convocatoria de plazas de investigador a tiempo completo en el CLLE (Cognition, Langues, Langage, Ergonomie) del CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France).

La Junta Directiva de la SEPEX

Dear colleagues,

Our lab, CLLE (Cognition, Langues, Langage, Ergonomie), is supporting appliquant for permanent postions at CNRS ( to join the CLLE lab. CNRS offers positions of full researcher (no teaching) and expects applicants with high level (publications, autonomy, innovative proposal…) from France or any other country. Some information about recruiting at CNRS (
The 2021 Researchers’ Competitions will be open from December 3, 2020 at 1 p.m. (Paris time) to January 7, 2021 at 1 p.m. (Paris time).

This year is exceptional because one of the positions is dedicated to educational psychology. It is titled «Education: Cognitive and social psychology dimensions of learning and transmission processes)». That is why it is important to present applicants to CNRS for our lab on this research field.
Could you send this call from my lab to your research network to help us to find interested persons by a permanent position at CNRS?  The call from the lab is below.

2021 Recruitment of permanent researchers – CNRS, France

The French National Committee for Scientific Research recruits permanent researchers through competitive examinations in all fields of science.
Competitions are open to all nationalities, provided that applicants hold a doctorate, PhD or equivalent research.
The CLLE – Cognition Langues Langage Ergonomie joint research unit (UMR 5263) will support applicants for the CNRS 2021 Competitive Examination for a research position in Linguistics, Psychology and the Cognitive Sciences (Sections 26, 34, & Interdisciplinary Commissions 51, 53)

Located in Toulouse, France, the CLLE – Cognition Langues Langage Ergonomie joint research unit specialises in Linguistics and Psychology in relation to the Cognitive sciences (
With 221 members, 112 permanent members and a unique scientific programme, the CLLE research unit hosts 3 research teams that are dedicated to specialised fields of activity in linguistics, psychology, computer science, philosophy, education and neurosciences:
–  Team 1 Linguistics (scientific referents: Anne Dagnac & Claudine Garcia-Debanc)
– Team 2 Language and Cognitive Processes (scientific referents: Fabio Montermini & Nathalie Huet)
– Team 3 Cognition in Complex Situations (scientific referents: Céline Lemercier & Valérie Le Floch)

The research areas that are covered by the CLLE joint research team are:
– Section 26: Brain, cognition, behaviour
– Section 34: Language Sciences
– CID 51: Modeling and analysis of biological data and systems: approaches through computer science, mathematics, and physics
– CID 53: Methods, practices, and communications of science and techniques

For a presentation of Sections and CID at the CNRS, see

Applicants are invited to contact the Head of CLLE (Hélène Giraudo and Franck Amadieu franck.amadieu@univ-tlse2fr) before December 9, 2020 with a curriculum vitae and a research project consistent with CLLE’s scientific programme. On December 17, 2020, applicants will be informed of the laboratory’s decision to support their application in the two phases of the competition.

Timetable for the 2021 Competition:
·       4 Dec. 2020-8 Jan. 2021: posting of positions and registration
·       Feb-July: selection of candidates
·       Oct 1st: appointment and first day on the job

The number of positions will be published on December 3, 2020 at
See also

Ladislao Salmerón
Vicedegà de Relacions Internacionals
Facultat de Psicología – Universitat de València

Profesor visitante Université Toulouse 2, junio 2021

Coordinador ERI Lectura – Universitat de València

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