A PhD position is open in the QARMA team (LIS – Marseille, France). The recruited student will join Paul Villoutreix’s group ( @ ): Data Science and Developmental Biology. PhD students will also be part of the Turing Centre for Living Systems (CENTURI), an interdisciplinary research centre located in Marseille.
PhD project: The intrinsic geometry of a developing embryo – More info
Deadline: March 01, 2019
PhD duration: 3 years
Expected profile – selection criteria
The team is expecting students with a background in machine learning and a good knowledge of biology as well as a will to open new avenues at the intersection of biology and computer science. Candidates will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
- Academic achievements
- Past research experience (internships, master thesis)
- Interest to work in a multidisciplinary research environment
- Enthusiasm and communication skills
How to apply: Students are required to apply on CENTURI’s website. Applications must include the following documents (compiled into a single PDF file):
- cover letter
- transcript of your MSc’s grades (M1 and M2 if available)
2 letters of recommendation must also be sent by your references to email@example.com.