|Degree awarded : PhD||Location : GRENOBLE||
Available as :
|Graduation year : Bac + 8|
|Duration : 3 years|
Five thesis specialties are available to doctoral students:
Several funding sources exist. More information can be found at the following websites:
For all admission applications, particular notice is taken of the availability of funding for the duration of the thesis. In addition:
Jean-Luc Schwartz, DR CNRS, Director,
liaison for Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP)
Pierre Baconnier, Professor at Université Joseph Fourier, Hospital Doctor
Monica Baciu, Professor at Université Pierre Mendes-France, Assistant Director and liaison for Université Pierre Mendes-France
Laurent Desbat, Professor at Université Joseph Fourier, Assistant Director
and liaison for Université Joseph Fourier
The scientific goal common to research teams in the Ecole Doctorale is to use the theories, methodologies and engineering methods of data harvesting, treatment and modeling to shed light on the mechanisms involved in the processes of living systems in relation to their environment. The main element of the Ecole Doctorale is the provision of the basic tools connecting cognitive science, complexity science, mathematics, computing and life and health sciences.
In terms of academic training, the Ecole Doctorale aims to develop in all its students the skills and abilities of:
Some courses will be taught in English.
Overview and Career Opportunities
The goal of this doctoral program is to validate knowledge through the assessment of a research thesis in the domain of engineering in health, cognition and the environment. The student will then be qualified for employment in the relative technological domains either in teaching or research or in the private sector.
Statistics on the employment status of doctoral students 3 years after having attained a doctorate are as follows:
Date of update December 13, 2011