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Two previous calls have launched two cohorts of collaborative CNRS - Imperial PhD projects

Details of the two previous cohort projects can be found below.

Previous Awards

October 2021 Projects

The second call for the PhD Joint Programme between CNRS and Imperial College London, open to all disciplines, selected six joint research projects to start in October 2021:

  • 'Infrared frequency metrology' - Anne Amy Klein (CNRS UMR7538) and Michael Tarbutt (Imperial)
  • 'Geometry, dualities and the string landscape' - Mariana Grana (CNRS UMR3681) and Daniel Waldram (Imperial)
  • 'Towards a Quantitative Mean Field Game Framework for Pedestrian Dynamics' - Denis Ullmo (CNRS UMR8626) and Dante Kalise (Imperial)
  • 'Bayesian nonparametrics for high-dimensional statistical inference' - Ismaël Castillo (CNRS UMR8001) and Kolyan Ray (Imperial)
  • 'Rigidity and Thurston theory in complex dynamics' - Dierk Schleicher (CNRS UMR7373) and Sebastian van Strien (Imperial)
  • 'Achieving switchable molecular devices through nanoscale engineering of functional substrates' - Patrick Rosa (CNRS UMR5026) and Sandrine Heutz (Imperial)

October 2020 Projects

The first call for the PhD Joint Programme between CNRS and Imperial College London, open to all disciplines, selected five joint research projects to start in October 2020:

  • 'Variational Integrators for Stochastic Geophysical Fluid Models (VI-SGFDM)' Francois Gay- Balmaz (Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, Ecole Normale Superiore) and Darryl Holm (Imperial)
  • 'New Approaches in Radiotherapy' Yolanda Prezado (CNRS Curie Institute UMR 3347) and Kenneth Long (Imperial)
  • 'REGEN: Induced self-organised tissue regeneration - A Model-data framework' Louis Casteilla (Stromalab / University Paul Sabatier Toulouse) and Pierre Degond, Greg Pavliotis (Imperial)
  • 'Model design and model reduction for fluid flows using machine-learning techniques – with applications to high-speed flows' - Stephane Zaleski (Institut Jean Le Rond d'Alembert Sorbonne) and Georgio Rigas (Imperial)
  • 'Mathematical Foundations of DNA storage' Marc Antonini (UMR 7271) and Thomas Heinis (Imperial)