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Research at Inria is organised in “project teams” (more than 170) which bring together researchers with complementary skills to focus on specific scientific projects. With this open, agile model, Inria is able to explore original approaches with its partners in industry and academia and provide an efficient response to the multidisciplinary and application challenges of the digital transformation. The source of many innovations in fields as diverse as healthcare, transport, energy, communications, security and privacy protection, smart cities and the factory of the future.
It is a 16 month long contract (from 12 to 18 month), to reinforce your work as you are already a recognised researcher (we are now proposing differents subjects).
Your passion as well as your skills will help you prove that the subject fits you.
You are a Dependable/Reliable/Responsible/Self-Motivated person
Either you will, before the end of the 2018 year, hold a Phd in computer science, control engineering, mathematics, scientific computation or an equivalent diploma ;
Or you just (less than one year) defended a French doctorate or an equivalent diploma.
You have a referee (contact with an internationaly recognised researcher that will recommend you)
You have excellent communications and pedagogical skills, (ability to help interns and Phd students),
You have already worked with others in a professional manner while attempting to achieve a common goal.
Starting : november 2018
Duration : 16 month (more or less)
Monthly gross salary : 2653 €
All positions at the Institute are open to disabled people.
Inria provides personalised support to workers during the recruitment and integration process and throughout their career
Goto to the subjects https://jobs.inria.fr/public/classic/en/offres?filtre=posts-doc
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