2021 PhD Funding Campaign

THE 2021 DS4H PHD FUNDING CAMPAIGN IS CLOSED.
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Why should you apply?
How to apply?
As a PhD student

Application deadline: May, 9th May, 10th (23h59)

To apply, simply choose a subject in the list at the bottom of this page (regularly enriched until May 2).

The director will then select the student (s)he will support, prepare the application file and the audition with him/her, and submit the application file to DS4H Graduate school.

If you are selected, you will have to register to the doctoral school corresponding to your subject:

As a PhD supervisor

PhD supervisors apply for DS4H fundings after having selected a PhD candidate on a PhD given topic.

Folders submitted by the potential PhD supervisors should contain :

  • A description of the chosen PhD subject
  • The candidate’s CV 
  • Letter of motivation from the candidate
  • If the master is still in progress: the transcripts of at least Master 1 and the first semester of Master 2 (or equivalent) with, if available, the rankings among the master, and a scientific description of the current research internship
  • Else: the Master diploma, a complete transcript of the Master 2 or equivalent, and the dissertation with at least a summary in French or English
  • A letter of the potential PhD supervisor with commitment to supervise the candidate, a description of the knowledge (s)he has of the candidate, and why (s)he chose this candidate on this subject
  • Optionally : recommendation letters and any document likely to support the quality of the triplet
Selection Process
What if the PhD of your dream is not on this list?

Maybe the subject of your dreams is not on this list?
If you wish to work on another topic, identify the researcher of DS4H Graduate school's partner laboratories best matching your subject of interest and ask him/her if he/she would be willing to supervise you and if he/she can submit a specific topic for you.

Former Laureates

Congratulations to our PhD Grants Laureates

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2021 PHD TOPICS

Discover below the 2021 doctoral projects.

THE 2021 DS4H PHD FUNDING CAMPAIGN IS CLOSED. YOU CAN STILL CONTACT YOUR DOCTORAL SCHOOL OR POTENTIAL SUPERVISOR DIRECTLY TO IDENTIFY OTHER THESIS SUBJECTS AND FUNDINGS.

ID Thesis Topic Thesis Director Laboratory Co-advisor
AUTOMATIC CONTROL, SIGNAL, AND IMAGE PROCESSING
3 Tensor Data Analysis and Machine Learning for Atrial Fibrillation Characterization Vicente Zarzoso I3S
11 Optimal resource allocation in mathematical models of micro-organisms under dynamic environmental conditions Jean-Luc Gouzé Inria Francis Mairet
12 Spatio-temporal representation of large scale environments Ezio Malis Inria Patrick Rives
13 Coupling, synchronization, and control of cellular oscillators through mathematical modeling and analysis Madalena Chaves Inria
27 Situation Awareness and Decision Making for autonomous driving in urban environment Philippe Martinet Inria Ezio Malis
30 Modèles auto-regressifs avancés pour le traitement de données MEG/EEG Théodore Papadopoulo Inria Rachid Deriche
33 A new paradigm in sensor-based control of Unmanned Autonomous Systems Tarek Hamel I3S Minh-Duc Hua
34 Advanced observers for the Visual Inertial SLAM Tarek Hamel I3S Claude Samson
35 Machine Learning for Graphs: How to combine discriminative ability and interpretability ? Xavier Descombes I3S/Inria
40 Super-resolution fluorescent microscopy via General Adversarial Network (GAN) learning Laure Blanc-Féraud I3S/Inria Luca Calatroni
41 An image-based analysis of animal embryonic variability within and between species Grégoire Malandain I3S/Inria Patrick Lemaire
MATHEMATICS APPLIED TO DIGITAL SCIENCES
COMPUTER SCIENCE
1 Leveraging the wealth of available data for network monitoring and troubleshooting Chadi Barakat Inria
2 Hint Typing, Optimistic Compilation of Dynamic Languages Manuel Serrano Inria
4 Identification of Dynamic Parameters for Gene Networks using Bio-inspired computation and Reinforcement Learning Jean-Paul Comet I3S Denis Pallez
5 New Distributed Methods for Solving Large Markov Chains Konstantin Avrachenkov Inria Nelly Litvak
6 Génération de code source efficace pour le contrôle des systèmes synchrones critiques Sid Touati I3S/Inria Frédéric Mallet
7 Emotion Detection using Deep Learning François Bremond Inria
8 Logical Time for Safety-Critical Systems in an Uncertain Environment Frédéric Mallet I3S/Inria
9 Colouring digraphs Frédéric Havet I3S/Inria
14 Evolution over time of the structure of social graphs Frédéric Giroire I3S/Inria
15 Reconnaissance de programmes par réseaux de neurones et intelligence artificielle Sid Touati I3S/Inria Enrico Formenti
18 3D Semantic reconstruction of urban scenes from satellite imagery Florent Lafarge Inria
19 Parametric Shape Approximation from 3D data measurements Florent Lafarge Inria
20 Formal evidence for motion planning Yves Bertot Inria
21 Automatic generation of constrained text for the detection and monitoring of visual pathologies: Development of fundamental AI methods in automatic language processing Pierre Kornprobst Inria Jean-Charles Régin
23 Temporal Dysfunction Safety Analysis using Logical Time Constraints Robert de Simone I3S/Inria Frédéric Mallet
24 Data streaming and Batch Processing on Stamina: Optimizing the data processing path from the Kernel to the Middleware Fabrice Huet I3S Dino Lopez-Pacheco
25 Measuring the Carbon Footprint of Internet Users and Services Guillaume Urvoy-Keller I3S
26 Efficient Scheduling of Uncertain Logical Clock Specifications Frédéric Mallet I3S/Inria
28 Neuromorphic Visual Odometry for Intelligent Vehicles with a Bio-inspired Vision Sensor Jean Martinet I3S Andrew Comport
29 Neuromorphic Stereo Vision with Event Cameras Jean Martinet I3S
31 Analysis of high dimensional energy surfaces, with applications to molecular science and deep learning Frédéric Cazals Inria
36 Predicting and visualizing 3D fluid flow over design drawings Adrien Bousseau Inria Guillaume Cordonnier
38 Analyzing and Understanding Embodied Interactions in Extended Reality Systems Marco Winckler I3S/Inria Hui-Yin Wu
39 Graphes d'interaction de réseaux Booléens isomorphes Bruno Martin I3S Adrien Richard
42 Combinaison de Model Checking et Programmation par Contraintes Elisabetta de Maria I3S Marie Pelleau
43 Outil d’aide à la prise de décision en réunion de concertation pluridisciplinaire par apprentissage profond - Application au cancer colorectal Michel Riveill I3S/Inria Jean-Marc Bereder
44 Gestion de dialogues basée sur l'utilité de l'information dans le domaine de la santé Celia Da Costa Pereira I3S Cathy Escazut
50 Fuzzing and Dynamic Security Testing with Machine Learning Yves Roudier I3S
51 Modeling and Assessing Blockchain Infrastructure Security through Protocol Level Analysis and Anomaly Detection Yves Roudier I3S
ELECTRONICS
16 Design of Smart and Integrated Antenna for CubeSat - Conception d'antenne reconfigurable et intégrée pour CubeSat Fabien Ferrero LEAT
45 Antennes-Capteurs miniatures complexes réalisées en impression 3D / Complex miniature sensor antennas made in 3d printing Jean-Marc Ribero LEAT
46 Estimation of Small Antenna Performance Using Machine Learning Alain Pegatoquet LEAT Leonardo Lizzi
48 Systèmes Antennaires Reconfigurables Multi-fonctions Intelligents pour Réseaux Sans Fils Dynamiques dédiés à l’IoT Robert Staraj LEAT
49 Conception d’antennes pour systèmes en bandes millimétriques Philippe Le Thuc LEAT Aliou Diallo
HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Industrial IoT Ecosystems Structure and Management: Insights from Complementors Firms’ Adaptation Amel Attour GREDEG Lapo Mola
Eye movements in response to different brain activities measured by eye-tracking: a prospective and modeling study Alice Guyon IPMC Frédéric Lavigne
The economics of fake news: a theoretical extension to the economics of digital platforms, and an application to rationalize the COVID-19 crisis polarization of social beliefs Dominique Torre GREDEG Serena Villata
L’accompagnement au sein de l’hôpital : l’apport de la psychologie et des nouvelles technologies de réalité virtuelle dans la prise en charge médicale Jean Breaud LAPCOS/CoBTeK Xavier Corveleyn
Understanding disruptive technologies from an ecological point of view Marina Teller GREDEG