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162 PhD proposals in Physics in the Paris-Saclay Campus laboratories
The research laboratories in Physics of the Paris-Saclay Campus propose each year numerous PhD subjects, with the aim of providing cutting edge training. If you like to join us to carry out research in high-level teams in a remarkably rich scientific environment, have a look at our PhD proposals.
The Triangle de la Physique research cluster gathers the PhD proposals from about 40 research laboratories mostly working in the following fields:
- diluted and condensed matter physics,
- complex matter,
- nanophysics and statistical physics.
These laboratories are located in the area of the Paris-Saclay Campus (Orsay, Palaiseau, Saclay), 20 km south from Paris.
* CNRS, Université Paris-Sud, CEA, Ecole Polytechnique, ENS Cachan, Ecole Centrale, Supélec, ENSTA ParisTech, IOGS, ONERA, Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines...
The laboratories are affiliated to different French institutions* conducting high-level research and/or PhD programs aiming now at joining their forces to progressively develop a new campus on the Orsay-Palaiseau-Saclay area.
The Paris-Saclay University to be officially launched in 2014 has the ambition to compete with major Universities worldwide. The University of Paris-Sud as one the major institutions of this new University is already in the Top 20 according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities in Physics - 2013.
To join high-level research teams in a remarkably rich scientific environment, have a look at our PhD proposals
Once you have identified a subject of interest in the list accessible on this page, you should then contact the laboratory at the given e-mail address (usually that of the potential PhD supervisor). If you and the laboratory decide to build up together a PhD project, the supervisor will examine with you the possible grant applications.
It is compulsory for a PhD student to have a financial support (salary, scholarship, grant...) of the level required by the French working rules. There is a variety of different financial supports, among which your potential supervisor will select with you those which are most suitable for your case.
The PhD proposals listed here start in principle in October 2014 for a duration of 3 years typically. The deadlines for grant applications range from April to June, and it is usually necessary that you build up your PhD project with the laboratory starting no later than March.
Potential candidates are invited to check regularly this website for updates.
[Last update: 14.02.20, 162 proposals in 24 laboratories]
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