This annual call for projects will open in February 2023.
Description of the call
This program aims to support interdisciplinary doctoral projects on mathematics and its applications, as well as international co-supervision, within the laboratories of the IRMIA ++ consortium. The PhD studies in the selected projects will be carried out within ED 269 (MSII) or ED 182 (PCP).
A maximum of 3 projects will be placed on the main list, and a waiting list will be established.
The means requested only concern the salary of a doctoral student for a period of 3 years.
The complete application must present a PhD Candidate.
At least one of the PhD supervisors must be part of an ITI IRMIA++ associated team.
The selected PhD candidate will have to follow the IRMIA++ Graduate Program.
The main ranking criterion will be the excellence of the proposals and the candidate.
Particular attention will be paid to the development of the IRMIA ++ project (development of interactions between ITI partners, international collaborations).
First phase : presubmission of subjects
Researchers who are interested in proposing a PhD subject in this call must fill a preliminary summary sheet, in english and in french, prior to the application. The content of this mandatory sheet will be published in the Jobs section of the IRMIA++ website in order to call for candidate application.
The requested document is available in Word and LATEX formats to choose from:
Second phase : Complete application
After the submission of the preliminary sheet, the proper application file must then be sent by the supervisor, by email only (see address below), and consists in a scientific file in English, PDF format and of 5 pages maximum (without annex). It must include the following elements:
- Project title
- Contact details of the supervisor(s),
- Description of the research project, its challenges and its scientific context,
- Project articulation with the IRMIA ++ project,
- Annex: bibliography, CV of the supervisor, CV and transcript of Master's degree records (M1 and M2) of the prospective candidate, support letter (from M2 thesis or internship supervisor)