University of Grenoble offers Grenoble Quantum Engineering (GreQue) doctoral programme. The programme has received funding from the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant.
About the GreQue programme:
- GreQuE novel Doctoral Program will grant 25 PhD projects spread over 4 calls in 2017 and 2018.
- The PhD projects will be hosted in Grenoble research Institutes and each student will benefit from a 2 to 6 months placement in a European company.
- The programme will train top level quantum researchers willing to turn quantum technologies in important economic and societal impacts; Improve career opportunities at short and long-term scale by immersing the PhD candidates in the engineering culture
- Superconductive Qbits,
- Computer science
Fellowship value: salary 1758 €/month before tax
Duration: 3 years.
- There is no nationality condition
- Applicant must fulfill the MSCA mobility conditions, which means that he/she may not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in France for more than a year in the 3 years immediately before the deadline
How to apply:
- Applicant must find a PhD project that will be supported and supervised by one (or more) researcher(s) based in one of the following laboratories: Institut Néel, INAC, LPMMC, LNCMI, LIG and Institut Fourier
- Download the PhD program application form, and with the help of thesis supervisor, applicant must fill in this application form with all requested details
- Applicant must contact us at email@example.com in order to inform us of intention to apply to the PhD program.
- Application form / CV / exam results / diplomas (in pdf format)
- Merge all these PDFs into ONE single .PDF file
- Send by email this that final PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org
- At least 2 recommendation letters; to be sent by the referee himself/herself directly to email@example.com
|Organization||University of Grenoble|
|Subject areas||Computer Science, Physics|
|Fellowship amount||1758 €/month|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||5th October 2017|