The PhD Track in Computer Science is for students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Mathematics. It offers a combination of courses, personal projects, and research work — leading to a doctorate after 5 years. Students can specialize in all areas of computer science (as given by the master’s programs): Cybersecurity, Cyber-physical Systems, Distributed and Parallel Systems, Networks, Operational Research, Artificial Intelligence and Data, Computer Science human-machine interfaces, etc.
The PhD track in Computer Science involves all IP Paris research laboratories: the LTCI of Telecom Paris, LIX and CMAP of Polytechnique, U2IS and UMA of ENSTA, and SAMOVAR of Telecom SudParis. It also involves all associated research institutes, such as INRIA Saclay, CEA and CNRS, and the industrial laboratories in the immediate vicinity (EDF, Thalès, Nokia). It brings together numerous research teams in computer science, each of which is internationally renowned in its field. These teams have very close links with the industrial and institutional players in this discipline in France, in Europe, and in the world (United States, China, Brazil, etc.).
IP Paris Labs Involved
- Information Processing and Communications laboratory (LTCI)
- Computer Science Laboratory (LIX)
- Applied Mathematics Center (CMAP)
- Computer Science and System Engineering Laboratory (U2IS)
- INRIA Saclay
- Industrial laboratories in the immediate vicinity (EDF, Thalès, Nokia)
Licence/BSc (or equivalent diploma) with highest honors.
Students may also have the possibility to start the PhD Program in the second year of the MSc (4-year PhD program).
The deadline for PhD Track application is February 28, 2020 – Extended to March 22, 2020
Eligible applicants on the basis of the provided documentation will be contacted for an interview from the 15th of March onwards.
You shall receive an answer 2 months after the application deadline of the session.
Successful applicants will obtain a three-year PhD scholarship for year 3 to 5.