2024 PhD call

PhD Call for proposals 2024

Within the framework of the Institutes and Initiatives of the Alliance Sorbonne University (ASU), a campaign to award doctoral contracts financed by the Initiative of Excellence (Idex) is to be launched in January 2024. The ASU promotes interdisciplinary research and the structuring of training through research with the Sorbonne University Institutes and Initiatives.

Faculty and researchers from Alliance Sorbonne Université are invited to submit their proposals. This years call most particularly targets the themes of the ISCD teams:

  • non-equilibrium methods for the science of materials
  • advanced methods for personalized medicine
  • digital methods for the diagnosis of infectious diseases
  • biomechanical modeling of the vocal tract

Please follow this link for a full description of the ASU institut & initiative 2024 call.

Campaign Organisation

  • A call for doctoral research projects is launched among researchers and lecturers at the ASU.
  • The doctoral research projects, first validated by the doctoral schools, are then submitted to a committee chaired by the Director of the Institute.
  • The projects preselected by this committee are published on the Sorbonne Université website (doctoral section) and on the doctoral schools’ websites.
  • Students send their applications to the project leaders, who will be in charge to select one student for her/his project. Students will then be auditioned by the committee.
  • Selected candidates will be awarded a doctoral contract after the interview.


Until 09/02/24: Researchers submit proposals to doctoral schools (https://lime3-app3.sorbonne-universite.fr/index.php/792124?lang=fr)
Until 11/03/24: Pre-selection of projects
Until 22/04/24: Submission of student applications (https://lime3-app3.sorbonne-universite.fr/index.php/713173?lang=fr)
14/05/24: Audition of candidates

Hearings of the candidates (most probable dates: May 14th, 2024)

Each candidate will present in 12 minutes maximum his/her curriculum, his/her skills and the research subject he/she chose in the form of a slideshow. This presentation will be followed by a scientific discussion of no more than 15 minutes with the members of the committee to assess the adequacy between the skills of the candidate and the chosen thesis subject.

Each candidate will prepare a maximum of 8 PDF slides, communicated to the Chair of the committee before the hearing. These slides will contain information relating to:

  • initial training and results obtained (1 slide),
  • presentation of the master internship (1 to 5 slides),
  • presentation of the thesis subject (1 to 2 slides).

Each candidate should be prepared to answer the following two questions:

  • motivations for doctoral research,
  • perspectives after the thesis.

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