The Laboratory has major research and training facilities in observational, instrumental and theoretical astronomy, and is a strong participant in space and ground based instrumentation and astronomical surveys.
Positions are available in all the research areas in which the Laboratory is active. These include cosmology and large scale structure, galaxy formation and evolution, star formation and interstellar medium, stars and extrasolar planets, solar system and planetary formation, and astronomical optics and instrumentation.
Applicants must have a solid physics background, and a Master degree or equivalent by the time the position is begun. Previous research experience and skills will be important criteria for the selection. The PhD positions are not restricted by nationality.
Working languages in the Laboratory are French and English ; support for French language courses is available (for free).
The fellowships are available for 3 years.
Application package must include :
- Cover letter
- 2 letters of recommandation
- Copy of diploma
- Marks and ranking since the first University years
Whatever the project, the application procedure is the following :
- Students interested by one or more projects have to contact the PhD supervisor(s)
- After discussion, students have to send their application directly to the supervisor(s).
Candidates applying to several projects have to specify priorities in their choice.
The Deadlines for application are :
- March 15th for CNES
- April 1rst for Doctoral School
For questions on the procedure and selection process, contact Annie Zavagno at LAM (annie.zavagno_at_lam.fr). For any question on a specific project, contact directly the supervisor.
Doctorates starting in October 2017
Process : Application deadline is April 1rst. Only one student per project will be selected by LAM. By the end of April 2016, six two-person teams (student+supervisor) will be selected for funding request. ED 352 will then take the final decision, after interviews (mid May) and selections (end of May).
More details will be given here : http://ed352.sciences.univmed.fr/co....
Note that internally at LAM, received applications will be discussed at the Scientific Council at the end of March.
|Ph. D Advisor||Subject Title|
|ARNOUTS Stéphane||Exploring the cosmic web at high redshift and improving photometric redshifts for future spatial missions.|
|DELEUIL Magali||Automatic learning for the search of transiting planets|
|LIMOUSIN Marceau||Strong Lensing Cosmography with Euclid and BOSS Spectroscopy|
|LIMOUSIN Marceau||Weak Lensing mass mapping with Euclid and DECaLS|
|LE FEVRE Olivier||Les premières galaxies réionisant l’univers à 6<z<15, avec JWST et Euclid|
|MOUSIS Olivier||Interpretation of the ROSINA/Rosetta data and the origin of comet 67P/Churyumov-‐Gerasimenko|
|ZAMKOTSIAN Frédéric||Next generation compact spectro-imagers for Universe and Earth Observation (co-funded by Thales Alenia Space)|
|Ph. D Advisor||Subject Title|
|FUSCO Thierry||Toward efficient data processing techniques for high-angular resolution images in the visible. Application to satellite and astronomical observations|