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Propositions de thèses 2019

by Julien Bolmont - 5 December 2018

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LPNHE offers a dozen PhD proposals to start in October 2019. Some of these proposals are already funded. They are labelled as “Funded PhD proposals” below.

Fundings for “Other PhD proposals” is not guaranteed, but several possibilities for fundings do exist: successful application to the competitive entrance examination of Ecole Doctorale STEP’UP (more information at the bottom of this page), grants by ANR, Région Ile de France, etc. Students interested by a particular topic are invited to contact the advisor(s) who will explain the possible options. LPNHE should get between 4 and 6 grants for these “Other PhD proposals”.

A pre-PhD internship is proposed for each and every topic listed below.

List of PhD proposals for a start in October 2019

Funded PhD proposals

Other PhD proposals

Masses and fundamental interactions

Matter-Antimatter Asymetry

Cosmic Rays and Dark Matter

Cosmology and Dark Energy

Grants from Ecole Doctorale STEP’UP

In case of an application for a grant with Ecole Doctorale STEP’UP, the grants will be distributed over two competitive entrance examinations, provided the candidates have successfully obtained their master’s degree.

The first examination will take place in February 2019 according to the following procedure:

Until 28 January 2019 : application delivered by the advisor to the Ecole Doctoral scretary.
Interviews with the candidates in mid-february 2019.
Ranking and results following the interviews.

The second examination will take place in June following the same procedure (deadline for applications: 11 June 2019). Please have a look here.

The list of documents to provide is available here.

These documents and the interview are to evaluate candidates qualities, the quality of the proposed PhD topic, but also the good match between the candidate and the topic.

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