The selected candidates will complete a doctoral thesis in applied mathematics in one of the research areas of the department (identification, control, dynamical systems, numerical analysis, scientific computing, mathematical modeling, biomedical engineering, differential equations, optimization, discrete mathematics, complexity of algorithms, graphs and networks).
A degree in Engineering, Computer Science or Mathematics.
Fluency in French is an advantage but is not required.
Deadline and procedure for submitting an application:
The candidates are invited to submit via e-mail a letter of application, a curriculum vitae and the names of two possible referees.
Candidates should submit an application before June 15th.
Applications submitted after this date may be taken into consideration until all positions are filled.