The Inria ARAMIS Lab at the Paris Brain Institute announces several PhD scholarships funded by the European Research Council (ERC).
We welcome applications to work on the theoretical development of network science methods (Multilayer networks, Temporal networks, Network controllability), as well as application oriented data-driven research in neuroimaging and neuroscience.
The ARAMIS Lab is highly interdisciplinary, hosting PhD students, postdocs and engineers with diverse backgrounds, including physics, mathematics, computer science, statistics, psychology and neuroscience.
Scholarships are fully funded for 3 years. Scientific education, professional formations, as well as generous travels awards, are available throughout the PhD. Successful applicants will start from October 2020.
Multilayer networks, Temporal networks, Network controllability
Our group is looking for PhD students in the area of network science. Our current work
spans the development of network approaches for understanding brain functioning,
characterizing neurological diseases, and discovering predictive biomarkers.
We seek students motivated to explore the complexity of biological systems from a
network viewpoint. The ideal candidate has a physics, mathematics, computer science or
statistics MS. Familiarity with network science and neuroscience/imaging is expected.
Prospective students should submit an application consisting of i) a current CV with
university grades list, ii) a brief statement of research experience and interests, and iii)
one letter of recommendation sent by the writer to: fabrizio.de-vico-fallani_at_inria.fr