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    Thematic post-docs

    These two-year post-doctoral fellowships are aimed at young mathematicians interested in the interface mathematics highlighted in the FMJH's thematic programs. The salary is around €25,000 net per year. Successful candidates may be asked to give 20 hours a year of tutoring to bachelor's or master's students. Unless special arrangements have been made, the commitment begins on October 1 of the year of recruitment. To be eligible, candidates must have defended their thesis before October 1 of the year of recruitment.

    Applications must be submitted online when the annual call for applications is issued. There are two ways to apply, depending on whether the research program is free or part of a closed list of subjects proposed by researchers within the FMJH perimeter.


    Application with a free research program

    In the online application form, please indicate which of MathPhysics, MathCSI, MathIA, MathSV or PGMO your research program best fits into.

    In addition to this indication of theme, the application file must include:

    • a curriculum vitae,

    • a research project,

    • a letter of motivation setting out the applicant's wishes and research program,

    • a wish to be assigned to one of the research units affiliated to the FMJH,

    • the name of a scientific contact in the chosen laboratory.


    Application on a predefined topic

    The FMJH alternately allows applications on research topics proposed by researchers within the perimeter. These subjects all fall within one of the FMJH's thematic programs. They are listed in a table that is updated each year.

    The application must include, in addition to the subject to which the application relates:

    • a curriculum vitae,

    • a letter of motivation setting out the applicant's scientific background and chosen research topic.


    Examination of applications

    Each thematic program has a jury which examines all the applications relating to the theme in question. The four rankings thus prepared by each of the thematic program juries are then discussed and validated by the FMJH steering committee.

    NB To easily identify the themes present in the various research units within the FMJH perimeter, it may be useful to consult the interactive map of mathematical research on the Paris-Saclay campus.


    Call for applications 2024

    Are only considered applications coming from the following form (documents may be written in French or English). To be eligible, the candidate must have defended his/her thesis before 1st September of the year of recruitment.


    Deadline: 10 December 2023 at 11:59pm


    Please note that recommendation letters requested directly by the FMJH to the scientific contact and the referees must be received by 17 December 2023 at the latest. Remember to submit your application well in advance so that they have enough time to submit their letter.



    The proposed research topics are: 

    Sujet Labo Thématique
    1 Génération automatique de solveurs volumes finis (Maths-CSI) Centre Borelli Maths-CSI
    2 Three-dimensional breaking of ocean waves Centre Borelli Maths-CSI
    3 Numerical Shape Optimization among 3D convex sets CMAP Maths-CSI
    4 Non-symmetric linear solvers based on multipreconditioning CMAP Maths-CSI
    5 Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Methods for turbulent multicomponent sprays: high-dimensionality-space moment methods FdM Maths-CSI
    6 Towards the high-fidelity simulations of multicomponent sprays: multiscale modelling, numerical simulation and mathematical analysis FdM Maths-CSI
    7 Graph operators and graph learning Centre Borelli Maths-IA
    8 Causal Inference in AI for Complexity (with Applications in the Humanities and the Social Sciences) Centre Borelli Maths-IA
    9 Optimal transport for deep neural networks pruning LTCI Maths-IA
    10 Active Learning for Global Problems LTCI Maths-IA
    11 Inverse scattering with partial data CMAP Maths-Phys
    12 Operator Theory and Noncommutative Polynomial Optimization in Quantum Information Theory IphT Maths-Phys
    13 Exploring Integral Quantization Across Diverse Phase-Space Geometries: A Quantum Information Perspective LTCI Maths-Phys
    14 Apprentissage machine sur données de psychométrie et de neuro-imagerie longitudinales entre l’adolescence et l’âge adulte : optimisations méthodologiques Centre Borelli Maths-SV
    15 Surrogate network inference for heterogeneous data MaIAGE Maths-SV
    16 Construction de nouveaux critères multi-objectifs pour la sélection variétale intégrant la variabilité environnementale MaIAGE Maths-SV
    17 State and parameters estimation of nonlinear dynamical networks for seizure detection and localization using EEG data MEDISIM Maths-SV
    18 Moving boundary problems for multicellular dynamics MUSCA Maths-SV
    19 Estimation of latent ageing profiles from heterogeneous population LaMME Maths-SV

    Exceptional Call for applications 2024

    Joint post-doc Energy for Climate & PGMO

    The Interdisciplinary Center "Energy for Climate" (E4C, https://www.e4c.ip-paris.fr/), together with PGMO, opens a call  for a one year post-doc  to work in a laboratory of Institut polytechnique de Paris.

    This targets research topics in the scope of PGMO (optimization, operations research and their interactions with data sciences) with applications to energy and climate. The post-doctoral work may benefit from real data of energy consumption and production (smart buildings, agrivoltaic farm) provided by E4C. The applicants must provide a research program, and indicate in their program a contact (researcher) working in the expected host laboratory. Applicants needing advice or help to find a suitable host may contact pgmo-e4c-postdoc-info@fondation-hadamard.fr

    Note that owing to the specific origin of the funding (E4C), the set of eligible hosts (laboratories of IP Paris) differs from the one of the general post-doctoral call of FMJH (laboratories affiliated to FMJH).

    Deadline : December 10, 2023, midnight (Paris) - Closed

    Recipients 2024

    Thematic Programmes:

    •     Mathématiques pour les Sciences du Vivant :
    Mrs Thi Bao Tram NGO assigned to Laboratoire de mathématiques et modélisation d’Évry (LaMME), Université d'Evry Val d'Essonne

          •     Mathématiques du Calcul Scientifique et de l'Ingénierie :
    Mr Titus PINTA assigned to Unité de mathématiques appliquées (UMA), ENSTA Paris

          •     Mathématiques et Physique Théorique :
    Mrs Veronica FANTINI assigned to Laboratoire de Mathématiques d'Orsay (LMO), Université Paris-Saclay

          •     Mathématiques pour l'Intelligence Artificielle :
    Mr James CHESHIRE assigned to Laboratoire traitement et communication de l'information (LTCI), Telecom Paris

        •     PGMO :
    Mr Benjamin LLEDOS assigned to Laboratoire de Mathématiques d'Orsay (LMO), Université Paris-Saclay


    COFUND MathInGreaterParis Programme:

    Mr Sebastian BECHTEL assigned to Laboratoire de Mathématiques d'Orsay (LMO), Université Paris-Saclay
    Mrs Marta BENOZZO assigned to Laboratoire de Mathématiques d'Orsay (LMO), Université Paris-Saclay
    Mr Bence Sandor HEVESI assigned to Laboratoire de Mathématiques d'Orsay (LMO), Université Paris-Saclay
    Mrs Rati LUDHANI assigned to Centre INRIA de Saclay


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