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French – Italian Day for Early Career Researchers 2024

Under the scientific label of the Italo-French University and with the support of the French Embassy in Italy, ABG and the University of Turin are organizing the fourth ON-SITE edition of the French-Italian day for early-career researchers on October 10, 2024 in Turin, Italy. This event is an opportunity for students and researchers from both countries to get an insight on the job market and the skills necessary for a career transition and to network with recruiters and PhDs working in companies or who have launched an entrepreneurial activity. Registration is open!


French-Italian job area for PhDs


Message to recruiters

Message to universities and research centers

Registration & Contact

French-Italian Job area for phds

The transition from academia to industry is a professional alternative for many researchers in Europe. Within this reality, networking allows them to explore the job market and seize an opportunity. This event offers information to PhD candidates and early career researchers interested in opportunities in the French-Italian region, helps them to be acquainted with the methods and the benefits of networking and to expand their professional network beyond academia.

It is targeted at master's students, PhD candidates, and post-doctoral researchers.

It may also be of interest to:

  • career management officers;
  • international relations managers in universities and research organizations;
  • recruiters in the public and private sectors.
This event is awarded the "Italo-French University label" given to Italian-French initiatives with high cultural and scientific value. 
The FIDECR day is also supported by the French Institute Italy and the French Embassy in Rome, which promote university and scientific cooperation between the two countries.


The event will be held in English.



The 2024 edition is geared towards researchers in the STEM fields. The 2025 edition will be dedicated to the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH).

These guidelines only apply to the event's theme and presentations. Participation is open to everyone, regardless of their discipline.

About our program...

  1. Mini-conference with this year’s topic on AI and new recruitment methods in the non-academic sector;
  2. Round table on recruitment processes in the age of artificial intelligence in Italy and France with recruiters and HR professionals from the socio-economic sector;
  3. Testimonials of PhD holders working in companies of both countries or who have launched an entrepreneurial activity. They will be sharing experience and providing insights on the career transitions, job search process, important skills in the age of artificial intelligence.

The event gives an opportunity for your first steps in networking through its informal discussions during breaks and the networking cocktail at the end of this information day.


Message to recruiters

Recruiters, make your recruitments visible!
ABG members and non-members, we propose to promote your upcoming recruitments and/or your entity throughout this day:     

Take part in the “recruiters” round table  to introduce your company, the added value of PhDs in your activities and to share tips on preparing a job application...                                                                                                        

- Post your job offers on the ABG website and we'll display them on the event stand.

Contacts : Kristina Berkut kristina.berkut@abg.asso.fr

Message to universities and research organizations

If you wish for researchers from your organization to attend the on-site event and engage with stakeholders and speakers in person, we strongly encourage you to:

  1. Spread information about the event.
  2. Provide funding for the mobility of these researchers to Turin.


Each participant can request a certificate of participation equivalent to 4 hours of a career planning workshop, which can be converted into credits (ABG is a training organization).

By doing so, you will ensure career training for your researchers and help them expand their network.

Registration & Contact



  • October 10th from 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm


  • free of charge upon registration >> Register


Kristina Berkut kristina.berkut@abg.asso.fr (ABG) & Lucia Salto lucia.salto@unito.it (University of Turin)