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    Job Description

    Being a PhD student at Inria means grasping the opportunity to carry out a professional project in line with your own personal aspirations, within a high-quality study and working environment. As they prepare their thesis, the PhD student acquires and develops transferable knowledge that is recognised within university and industrial circles. As well as being the final stage of their university studies, the PhD also represents the first stage of their professional career.

    That is why Inria offers PhD students a central role by placing them at the very heart of the research dynamic, within the teams and in direct contact with the industrial partners.
    Joining Inria means a stimulating environment where you can work with others on ambitious scientific projects.
    Joining Inria also lets you collaborate with all the different actors to find concrete solutions to problems affecting society or the business world, and all this in a rewarding, international context.

    Would you like to carry out rewarding research work in computer science and applied mathematics? Are you a young and talented scientist? Inria can offer you a position in on one of its research teams to work on your PhD thesis. Inria is offering 44 thesis positions in 2013.

    Level: Master or equivalent in computer science, control engineering, mathematics, scientific computation

    Maximum employment: Maximum of 38.5 hours per week

    Duration of contract: 3 years

    Salary: €1,957.54 (1st and 2nd years) / €2,058.84 (3rd year) per month gross

    Comment/web site for additional job details and application online
    http://www.inria.fr/en/phd

    Skills

    What we look for most of all in new recruits is an ability to adapt quickly to new contexts, which are always highly technical and resolutely cosmopolitan.

    • Candidates must apply to a geographic site different from the one where they obtained their Master's degree (mobility requirement). Priority will be given to topics within the institute's priority themes.
    • Nationality is not taken into consideration.
    • You must submit one application per subject proposed by the host research centre.
    • You must be registered as a student in a French university for the duration of your contract.
    • Required language and level: English/good.


    Benefits:
    Inria centers provide outstanding scientific environments and excellent working conditions. Inria offers social benefit programs, including highly regarded medical coverage, schooling and family compensations. Visa and working permits for the applicant and the spouse will be provided.

    Job Details

    Job Location:
    France
    Company Industry:
    Education, Training, and Library
    Company Type:
    Employer (Private Sector)
    Job Role:
    Research
    Joining Date:
    Unspecified
    Employment Status:
    Unspecified
    Employment Type:
    Unspecified
    Monthly Salary Range:
    Unspecified
    Manages Others:
    Unspecified
    Number of Vacancies:
    1

    Preferred Candidate

    Career Level:
    Entry Level
    Years of Experience:
    Unspecified
    Residence Location:
    Unspecified
    Gender:
    Unspecified
    Nationality:
    Unspecified
    Degree:
    Master's degree

    About This Company

    Inria in a nutshell Working at the crossroads of computer sciences and mathematics, over the last 40 years Inria’s researchers have been developing the scientific foundations for a new field of learning: computational sciences. When associated with other scientific disciplines, computational sciences can be used to offer new concepts, languages, methods and teaching aids which open up new avenues for exploration and understanding of complex phenomena. Working in project-teams, Inria researchers mix fundamental and applied research in an innovative blend to produce their results. The institute’s 174 teams, the majority of which are joint teams with other major French or international research bodies, are comprised of around twenty researchers working on a shared project for a period of 4 to 8 years. Inria is France’s only public research body fully dedicated to computational sciences. It hosts over 1000 young researchers each year. http://www.inria.fr/en Comment/web site for additional job details and application online http://www.inria.fr/en/phd