Idex-UGA is honoured to announce the Grenoble Quantum Engineering doctoral scholarships in France for students of all nationalities. The scholarships is available for a PhD study program that includes both theoretical and experimental aspects. Read on to find out more!
Grenoble is famous for its fundamental research institutes in nanosciences, condensed matter physics, maths and computer sciences as well as its high-tech innovative companies that covers local start-ups up to multinational groups. Its ecosystem is ranked number 1 in Europe and is on the top 5 for innovative cities in nanotechnologies around the world. The Grenoble Quantum Engineering doctoral scholarships in France has the objective to facilitate a multidisciplinary ecosystem for quantum technologies. Qualified students will have the opportunity to receive a double training which includes strong industrial exposure and fundamental research in top-level laboratories through internships in Grenoble’s network of industrial partners.
There are up to 5 PhD scholarships being offered this year for the topics that include theoretical and experimental aspects of the following:
- Computer science
- Superconductive Qbits
The successful students will be awarded with EUR 1758 every month before tax for up to 3 years.
- Students of all nationalities are welcomed to apply for this scholarship program
- Due to the fact that the Grenoble Quantum PhD program is funded by the European Community under the MSCA (Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions), it is mandatory that candidates must meet the MSCA mobility requirements. It does not include any specific nationalities. However, candidates are required not to have spent more than one year in France in the past 3 years.
- Students whose first language is not English are usually expected to provide English proficiency skills certificate.
Applications for the Grenoble Quantum Engineering doctoral scholarships in France are open until September 30th 2018, at 23:59 (Paris time).
- Applicants must already have a clear doctoral project that will be supervised and supported by one or more researchers based in one of these laboratories: INAC, Institut Neel, LNCMI, LPMMC, Institut Fourier and LIG
- Students must download the application form and fill in the form thoroughly with the help of their thesis supervisor
- students must contact Grenoble at [email protected] and inform them regarding students’ intentions to apply for the doctoral program.
- Save as PDF and merge these documents into one single PDF file: Exam results, CV, application form and diplomas. Then, send the file to [email protected] no later than September 30th 2018
- Students must provide at least two letters of recommendation with the template that can be found at the end of the aforementioned application form. The recommendation letters are to be sent by students’ referees to [email protected] no later than the closing date of this application
Qualified candidates will receive instruction to prepare their stay and travel in Grenoble as well as a convocation for the interview. LANEF will cover all accommodation and travel expenses for 2 nights/3 days. During this time, students must visit their hosting laboratory and finalise their oral presentation accompanied by their future thesis supervisor.
Candidates whose applications are unsuccessful will be contacted properly in 2 weeks.