Applications to the competition from Tuesday, January 1st 2019 to Tuesday, April 30th 2019 at Midnight.

Application Process

In order to enroll in the doctoral school, you must have a PhD advisor who agrees to supervise the thesis, a research project, and sufficient funding, which must be provided either by an external agency or by the research group or by the doctoral school itself. The funding from French institutions can not be lower than the French nationally defined amount for doctoral candidates (monthly net amount about 1400 €), while the funding from foreign institutions can not be lower than 1200 €. In cases where the funding is lower than this amount, the research group is required to find additional funding to reach the required limit.

Before the student’s application, the PhD proposal has to be uploaded on the proposal submission pages by the advisor.

 

Whatever the planned funding source, you have to:

  1. Fill in the online application form, and choose the pre-proposed PhD project. You will then receive an e-mail containing a personal link.
  2. Provide the following documents in digital format (as PDF files):
    • ID card or passport
    • CV (resume)
    • Transcript of your master's courses, including grades
    • Reference letters by the advisors of your previous internships
    • Reference letter of the considered PhD advisor
    • Possibly, up to 3 recommendation letters (at maximum
    • If you have your own funding (other than CD ED), the financing plan and supporting documents for your envisioned source of funding.
    that must be uploaded on to the website by using the personal link provided in the acknowledgement email

The (not mandatory) reference letters and confidential assessments must be sent by their authors via e-mail to clickme.


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Selection of candidates for an audition

Candidates registered are listed in the table below.

The auditions will take place on Tuesday, June 04, 2019 and Wednesday, June 05, 2019.

Selected candidates will receive by e-mail, approximately 15 days in advance, their date and time of passage, as well as their room and number of sub-jury.


Audition format : The audition lasts fifteen minutes, including a 10-minute presentation and about 5 minutes of questions.
The candidate must presents his cursus (academic training and interships) as well as his thesis project : he/she must devote no more than two slides to his thesis project in order to hilight his/her cursus.

The jury is composed by members of the laboratories attached to the doctoral school and represents various themes. The auditions are addressed to a jury composed of physicists who are not specialists in the field of the thesis, please take it into account.

A video projector and a computer will be at the disposal of the candidates who must imperatively send by e-mail their presentation in PDF (not powerpoint file) at the lastest on Monday, June 03 2019 at 13:00 at the email address  clickme, because the large number of candidates does not allow us to take the time to load a file on an external medium.

 



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Name Lab Advisor(s) Subject
Name Lab Advisor(s) Subject
Angelone Giuliano IPHT M. Eynard Bertrand 60:Geometry of integrable systems, topological recursion, quantum curves and asymptotic expansion
Baconnier Paul GULLIVER M. Dauchot Olivier 114:Elasto-Active Materials
Benvegnen Brieuc PMMH M. Clément Éric
Mme Lindner Anke
9:Bacteria swimming and organizing collectively in complex flows
Blanco Malerba Simone LPENS M. Azeredo da Silveira Rava 12:Computation and Coding in Neural and Cognitive Systems
Braouni Maria LPTHE M. Antoniadis Ignatios 1:Applications of supergravity and string theory to High-energy physics
Gerini Andrea MPQ M. Leo Giuseppe 99:Diode Optical Parametric Oscillator
Hawel Emeni INSP Mme Schwob Catherine 26:Optical sensor for the detection of nanoparticles
Housseine Mmadi LPTMS M. Emig Thorsten 38:Models and Time Series Analysis for Human Sports Performance
Machado Rodriguez Jonathan Gilbert LPTHE M. Antoniadis Ignatios 1:Applications of supergravity and string theory to High-energy physics
Magagnin Grégoire SPEC M. Barrett Nick 110:Contrôle électromécanique de parois de domaines en surface
Mulligan Matthew LPTMS M. Emig Thorsten 38:Models and Time Series Analysis for Human Sports Performance
Nasfane Youssouf IPHT M. Eynard Bertrand 60:Geometry of integrable systems, topological recursion, quantum curves and asymptotic expansion
Sabat Robine INSP Mme Schwob Catherine 26:Optical sensor for the detection of nanoparticles
Sekhmani Yassine LPTHE M. Antoniadis Ignatios 1:Applications of supergravity and string theory to High-energy physics
Vatré Rémy LKB M. Gerbier Fabrice
M. Beugnon Jérôme
44:Two-dimensional quantum gases of ytterbium atoms in optical lattices
Zenia Massinissa IPHT M. Eynard Bertrand 60:Geometry of integrable systems, topological recursion, quantum curves and asymptotic expansion
Zied Turki LPEM M. Roditchev Dimitri
Mme Feuillet-Palma Cheryl
57:Scanning Tunneling microscopy of superconducting single photon detectors

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Name Lab Advisor(s) Subject
Name Lab Advisor(s) Subject
Afoukal Jihane PMMH M. Clément Éric
Mme Lindner Anke
9:Bacteria swimming and organizing collectively in complex flows
Mansouri Behzad LPTHE M. Antoniadis Ignatios 1:Applications of supergravity and string theory to High-energy physics
Pohan Azrul Sulaiman Karim LPNHE M. Joyce Michael 104:Theory of cosmological structure formation in the non-linear regime
Qiao Jiaxin LPENS M. Rychkov Vyacheslav 107:Mathematical Aspects of Conformal Field Theory in D Dimensions
Rivera Betancour David CPhT M. Petropoulos Marios 92:Fluids, higher-derivative gravity and conformal field theories
Ruiz Ortega María LPENS M. Mora Thierry
Mme Walczak Aleksandra
40:Statistical response in immune repertoires
Sabat Robine INSP Mme Schwob Catherine 26:Optical sensor for the detection of nanoparticles
Su Chia Ping LPS Orsay M. Gloter Alexandre 53:STEM-EELS investigation of Metal-Insulator Transition in thin film transition metal oxide.