UCA/EDSTIC application for 2023 PhD fundings is open
This year EDSTIC will award 11 grants. The campaign is open to people with disabilities.
Here is the link for accessing to all PhD proposals : select "par école doctorale" en scroll to "STIC - Sciences et Technologies de l'Information et la Communication"
Candidates have until May 9, 2023 at 11:59 pm to submit their complete application file via the ADUM platform.
The selection comprises two steps:
- May 30, 2023: selection of the candidates to be auditioned based on the material submitted for the application
- June 26, 2023: auditions. The candidates will be informed of the result by email in the days following the audition.
The 2023 Campaign for Doctoral Candidates with Disabilities has been launched. click here. Applications must be submitted by the doctoral school before 25 April 2023.
The Ecole Doctorale STIC (the IT Doctoral School), under the aegis of the COMUEs (Universities) UCA and PSL, delivers the PhDs of Nice Sophia Antipolis in the scientific domain of Information Technologies.
Located in the heart of Sophia Antipolis - the bigest technopole in Europe - the IT doctoral school takes support from the local high-level research laboratories (INRIA Méditerranée, CNRS I3S, CNRS LEAT, Mines ParisTech CMA) in strong relationship with local high-tech firms.
- about 250 PhD students,
- about 125 qualified supervisors,
- about 65 PhD degrees and 5 HDR (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) per year.
In a field where employment is highly favorable, our doctors easily get jobs in France and all over the world.
Secretariat : Véronik Okende
Director of the IT doctoral school : Jean-Paul Comet
Deputy director : Sylvie Icart
Deputy director : Xavier Pennec
Representatives of the students in the board of the doctoral school: Romain Michelucci, Artem Muliukov, Amélie Gruel.