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Devoted to fundamental questions on the origin of matter, from elementary particles to the edge of the observable universe, theoretical and experimental physics of the two infinities is in strong interplay with plasma and laser physics, which allows in turn to explore the properties of matter in the most extreme conditions. Light and matter are also at the core of material sciences, nanosciences and nanotechnologies, which lead to the most important progresses in various field as electronics and communications, aerospace, energy and applications to biology and medicine.

The “physics” domain of IP Paris doctoral school reflects this variety by offering possibilities of PhD thesis work in theoretical or experimental fundamental physics, as well as in more applied fields based on the properties of light and matter, energy, or applications to biosciences.

  • all physics domains (Optics, laser and plasma);
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Theoretical Physics Center (CPHT)

Electronic structure of materials, quantum chromodynamics, mathematical physics, string theory, laser-plasma interaction, thermonuclear plasmas, astrophysical plasmas.

The Institut Photovoltaïque d’Île-de-France (IPVF)

Photovoltaic conversion; Photoelectron spectroscopy; perovskites; sputtering; Organometallic; chalcogenides

Leprince-Ringuet Laboratory for particle physics and astrophysics(LLR)

Elementary particles ; fundamental interactions ; astroparticles ; gamma-ray astronomy ; laser-plasma particle acceleration ; particle detectors          

Applied Optics Laboratory (LOA)

Femtosecond laser pulses, laser-matter interaction, secondary particle and radiation sources and applications, ultrafast dynamics in condensed matter.

Laboratory for Optics and Biosciences (LOB)

Microbiology, molecular biology, structural and functional dynamics of biomolecules, multiphoton microscopy, femtosecond spectroscopy, cell nano-imaging, super-resolution, morphogenesis, biomechanics

Plasma Physics Laboratory (LPP)

Magnetic fusion, ITER, space plasmas, low temperature plasmas, turbulence, space engineering

Intense Lasers Laboratory (LULI)

Plasma, high-energy-density physics, ultra-high-intensity physics, secondary particle and radiation sources and applications, laser, LULI2000, APOLLON

Physics of Interfaces (PICM)

Plasma processes, thin films, nanomaterials, photovoltaics, sensors, batteries, instrumentation, Muller polarimetry, biomedical imaging, Raman, Scanning probe microscopy

Condensed Matter Physics (PMC)

Semiconductors, spintronics, transport and spectroscopy, complex geometries, localization, transport, disorder, electrocatalysis, single entities, functional films, materials chemistry, nanoparticles, active devices

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Covering the vast domains of research in physics

Our research activities are conducted in our research units or on large instruments and infrastructures installed in France and worldwide (synchrotron and neutron light sources, laser and XFEL installations and platforms, etc.).

Our research teams involve about 1200 permanent members including lecturers, researchers and technical and administrative staff. Our research falls within the following areas:

Statistical & quantum mechanics and quantum information : activities include theoretical and statistical mechanics, classical or quantum systems, in or out of equilibrium, with numerous applications in mathematics, computer science, data science, cognitive science and biology.  

Astrophysics and astro-particles : activities include the study of the distant universe and its origins. Research units rely on experimental techniques for the detection of high-energy particles or gravitational waves, contribute to the development of techniques for data processing, astrometry and metrology of the highest level and have expertise in laboratory astrophysics for the interpretation of astrophysical observations. Our research units play a leading role in the study of natural or laboratory plasmas that are investigated from the smallest to the largest scale and have applications in a variety of fields ranging from medical to energy applications.  

Physics of elementary particles and fundamental interactions : our research teams study the ultimate components of matter and subtle asymmetries between matter and antimatter. On the experimental level, they have acquired advanced skills in the fields of silicon sensors, CCDs, photometry, Big Data analysis and AI applications. On the theoretical level, they study interactions between the elementary constituents of matter, explore new directions towards solving several major problems in our understanding of infinitely small structures or the microworld, and confront the open question of reconciling quantum mechanics with gravity.  

  • Atomic, molecular, optical and plasma physics : our research teams address fundamental questions of light-matter interaction, quantum states of light and precision spectroscopy. They have made significant contributions to quantum optics, quantum information and opto-mechanics. Advances in cooling and trapping neutral atoms have given rise to fundamental problems in condensed matter. Our research teams continue the long and strong tradition developed in the instrumentation and remote sensing of molecules in the Universe and in the study of the dynamics of interstellar environments, stellar plasma and magnetohydrodynamic turbulence.  
  • Physics of condensed matter and materials : our teams have developed a strong tradition in the use and development of digital calculation codes for the prediction and simulation of the properties of matter. They also combine extensive experimental and theoretical expertise in the study of crystalline and disordered states at all spatial and temporal scales. This makes it possible to unveil and control the macroscopic and quantum properties at the heart of fundamental research, with a focus on applications. Particularly noteworthy is expertise in the fabrication of massive materials or in the form of thin films and nanostructures using several techniques, and in their characterisation, including a full range of spectroscopy and microscopy techniques, local probes, measurements at low temperature and under extreme conditions, and fast ion sources.  

Fluid mechanics, soft matter, biophysics, climatology : our research teams study fluids at all scales from molecules to galaxies, solid mechanics, granular media and instabilities in dynamical systems. At the interfaces between physics & biology and physics & medicine, they study biological systems, from the molecular level to integrated systems, under controlled conditions to reduce and control the complexity of living organisms, or under natural conditions.

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The Graduate Program in Physics offers a comprehensive curriculum of advanced study and research, from the Master's to the Doctorate degree, in fundamental physics and its applications. Through its association with ten laboratories and three LabEx laboratories at PSL, the graduate program offers a Master’s degree in which research plays a central role. Students may also choose elective courses designed to improve their transdisciplinary skills and broaden their curriculum.

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A five-year track from Master’s to PhD

Upon entering the Master’s degree program, each student will define their scientific project with the graduate program's faculty and researchers. Students will have an academic advisor and will be heavily involved in research throughout the program.

Choose your Master’s degree and define your academic path

The graduate program offers the following Master’s degrees:

Enhance and customize your academic path: elective courses

Complementary university-wide courses.

Graduate program students at both the Master’s and PhD level have access to university-wide trainings in core competencies, both introductory and advanced, designed to supplement their academic study. Those complementary university-wide courses, available in all of PSL’s component schools, are eligible for ECTS credit.

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Trained in and through research, PSL alumni find numerous employment opportunities in the public, private and entrepreneurial sectors as well as in the academic world.

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Doctoral research is conducted in a PSL laboratory. Training is conducted in a doctoral school.

Graduate program doctoral schools

  • École doctorale Physique en Ile-de-France - ED 564

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Head of the Graduate program:

  • Jean-François Allemand (ENS - PSL)
  • Luca de'Medici (ESPCI-PSL)

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The Doctoral School, or "École Doctorale Physique en Île-de-France" ,  is formally hosted by

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and driven jointly with the universities:

  • Sorbonne Université ,
  • Sorbonne Paris Cité (USPC) ,
  • Paris-Saclay (UPSaclay) .

The broad scientific scope of the EDPIF includes the physics of fundamental interactions, quantum physics of dilute or condensed matter, statistical physics, soft matter and biophysics, as well as fundamental topics in optics, acoustics and hydrodynamics.  Though the School is oriented toward both experimental and theoretical fundamental physics, it is nevertheless open to related applications.

The EDPIF hosts more than  500 PhD candidates preparing their doctorate in its  40 laboratories throughout the Paris region (both center and south area),  and comprises more than 800 researchers involved in thesis supervision.

More details at : https://www.edpif.org/fr/edpif/index.php

Admission via the doctoral school competition

Ongoing admissions.

The admission to the doctoral school Physique en Ile de France is carried out in 2 ways :

- admission via the doctoral school competition

- ongoing admissions

Thesis proposals are visible :  here .

Candidates can apply to this proposals :  here .

Candidates must upload a number of documents. This must be done before the deadline, April 30, 2019 at midnight. Candidates admitted to the hearing are selected on the basis of their applications on 17 May 2019. The hearings will take place in Paris on 4 and 5 June 2019. The results are validated by the ED Board on June 7, 2019. The candidates are then informed of the result.

Once admitted, candidates will be able to register administratively from 2 September 2019.

A large number of proposals are funded by various organizations. Thesis proposals are visible  here . Candidates can apply to this proposals  here .

In order to comply with the rules of the Université Paris-Saclay, candidates must pass an oral exam in front of an audition committee.   This audition committee is made up of at least 2 senior rechearchers (the thesis supervisor cannot be one of these 2 persons).

The hearing shall consist of:

10 minutes of presentation by the candidate of his/her titles and works as well as a brief description of his/her thesis subject.

5 minutes of questions by the committee.

At the end, the committee writes a report whose model is downloadable below (in French). The committee sends the report by e-mail to the  doctoral school .

Registration in 1st year

Registration 2nd year, registration 3rd year, registration 4th year.

Steps to follow :

- to be admitted at the Ecole doctorale (please check the admission page)

- register at the University Paris-Saclay via the ADUM portal which will generate the necessary documents for your administrative registration. - also fill in your form on the EDPIF website.

- You are part of one of the few multi-site doctoral schools, i.e. one that straddles several universities. By default, ADUM tends to consider that your doctoral school is'Paris-Saclay only' and therefore some procedures are not quite the same as in other doctoral schools.

- Unfortunately, you will often have to rewrite the same thing twice on the ADUM and EDPIF sites, all computerized. You will find many informations in the   EDPIF Doctorant guide .

Procedure :

In a first step, create your account on the ADUM platform :   ADUM  and "créer un compte". Once this is done, please fill in all that is asked of you.

If some items are too complex to complete at this time, write NA. Of course, fill everything concerning the title of your PhD, the name of your supervisor, the lab...

Remarks : 1) You ares asked to upload many documents. Feel free to ask your supervisor for help since many parts are in French.

2) You can then download, print the paper documents and have the 3 documents signed :

- formulaire d'inscription - convention de formation - charte du doctorant

To obtain the signature of the doctoral school's management, you can send these documents by post (not very recommended) to :

Other possibility : make an appointment with M. Marino Marsi to sign the documents.

1)  Make sure that you have organized your follow-up committee well at the end of the first year of your thesis and that you have written your first year scientific report. The blank documents are available on your page on the EDPIF website. If you are unable to upload the report of the follow-up committee, please send it, in pdf format, to Sabine Hoarau :  mail .

2)  Visit your personal account on  ADUM . Generate the files that have to be signed :

- Autorisation d'inscription - Convention de formation

sign them, ask your thesis supervisor and lab director to do so.

3)  Take an appointment with M. Marsi for the signature of the documents.

1)   Make sure that you have organized your follow-up committee well at the end of the second year of your thesis and that you have written your second year scientific report. The blank documents are available on your page on the EDPIF website. If you are unable to upload the report of the monitoring committee, please send it, in pdf format, to Sabine Hoarau:  mail .

2)  Visit your persona page on  ADUM . Generate the files to be signed :

- Autorisation d'inscription

sign them, ask your supervisor and lab director to do so.

3)  Take an appointment with Ms  Véronique Terras  for the signature of the documents.

Doctoral students who defend before December 31 2019 do not have to register in 4th year. Registration in 4th year is compulsory for doctoral students who defend in 2020.  

Registration :

1)  Make sure that you have organised your follow-up committee at the end of the third year of your thesis and that you have written your report at the end of the third year. If you are unable to upload the follow-up committee report, please send it in pdf format to Sabine Hoarau :  mail .

2)  Go to your personal ADUM page. Generate the files to be signed. Be careful that you have to request for a derogation to extend the duration of the thesis.

3)  make an appointment with Ms Véronique Terras to sign the documents.

The thesis defense procedure at the University Paris-Saclay is detailed on the page of the University Paris-Saclay : PhD defense

Please note that the first steps begin three months at the latest before the planned date of defense.

The person from the doctoral school to contact for your thesis defense is Ms Véronique Terras.

The reference documents for the definition of the rapporteurs, the jury and others are here.

There are 3 documents to print and have signed: 1)  Désignation des rapporteurs 2)  Proposition de jury 3)  Autorisation de soutenance

They are generated by triggering the defense procedure on your account on the ADUM-Paris-Saclay website. The appointment of the rapporteurs must be signed when your thesis is written, before sending it to the rapporteurs. The jury proposal can be signed at the same time. The authorization for the defense can only be signed when the reports have been received by Véronique Terras. If the jury proposal was not signed the first time, it must be signed at the same time as the authorization for the defense.

Help to better predict the respective dates of submission of the choice of rapporteurs, the authorization of defense and the date of the defense itself is available here, tab 'soutenance/defence' (bottom/left of the spreadsheet).

Reminders :

- The authorization of defense must be signed 4 weeks before the date of defense.

- At least half of the jury members must be outside Paris-Saclay (and outside the ED perimeter). No derogation will be granted for rapporteurs.

- The community of the doctoral school supervisors consists of barely 30% women for experimenters and less than 10% among theorists. For theoretical doctoral students, the presence of a woman among the jury members is strongly encouraged. For experimentalist doctoral students, the jury must include at least one woman for a jury of 4 to 6 members and 2 women for a jury of 7 or 8 members.

- Your thesis may be written in English. In this case, it must include a summary of at least 4 pages in French (ask help to your supervisor!).

- Avoid starting a post-doc abroad or starting your new job 3 days after the defense. Indeed, after the defense, you must submit your second version of the thesis so-called "second dépôt" (the final version of your manuscript) on ADUM. The doctoral degree certificate can only be given to you when this second deposit is made. A delay of a good week after the defense is therefore necessary to obtain it. This document can sometimes be crucial to start your new work or even cross some borders. Thank you for taking that into account.

- When you have finished your thesis, remember to update your contact information on your EDPIF form as well as your ADUM form. The doctoral school is evaluated and we need to know what you do after your thesis.

Mme Terras Véronique [email protected] Centre national de recherche scientifique (CNRS) Laboratoire de physique théorique et modèles statistiques (LPTMS)

Marsi Marino [email protected] Université Paris-Saclay Laboratoire de physique des solides (LPS)

Mme Hoarau Sabine [email protected] Université Paris-Saclay Laboratoire de physique des solides (LPS)

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Before you can enrol in a Doctorate in France, you must find a thesis supervisor and subject. What are the steps?

The key steps when enrolling in a Doctorate

In France, there are no "doctoral programmes" that enable you to enrol for a Doctorate in a particular field, leaving you the first year to choose and refine your thesis subject.

You must therefore be able to find a thesis topic and a thesis supervisor before you can enrol. The Doctoral school must also accept you.

First of all, to enter the first year of a Doctorate, you must have a Master's degree or equivalent, so therefore during the second year of your Master's you should start to look for a Doctorate (starting in January).

In the natural and technological sciences (physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, engineering), you need funding to enrol.

In some cases in the social sciences and humanities, you can enrol without funding. Check with the doctoral school (you will find this information on the page describing each doctoral school )

Funding for tuition is not the question (€380/year) but rather for living expenses (grants, salary, generally greater than €1,000/month).

The first question to ask yourself is the following: does my government or university have a specific programme for financing my Doctorate in France? If it is the case, it's often the best solution when it comes to doing your Doctorate. Such programmes exist in particular in Mexico, China and Pakistan.

If no funding from your government is possible, you will find other possibilities here .

A large number of Doctorates are funded by French host universities, in the form of a doctoral fellowship, which is a work contract that lasts 3 years or takes the form of other work contracts.

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How to do it?

1: If you wish to do a Doctorate in natural and technological sciences.

Note: in this case there is no point in preparing a research project and then trying to find a researcher in a French laboratory who may become your thesis supervisor, as in natural and technological sciences this operates in the other direction in France.

You must apply for thesis subjects that have been published by French researchers.

You will find these subjects on the Campus France platform .

There are two types of subjects: subjects already funded by the host establishment (choose Type: Contract), and subjects for which you must have your own funding (choose Type: Grant).

As soon as you have found a subject that interests you, the only thing left to do is contact the researcher or doctoral school that published the subject.

2: If you wish to do a Doctorate in the social sciences and humanities.

First of all, check the Campus France subject platform : there are a few subjects in the arts and humanities.

If you can't find anything suitable, you will have to prepare a research project that you can then send to a researcher.

How to find a researcher to be a thesis supervisor

First of all, remember that you must not propose a research project to every researcher in the field that interests you. For example, if your research project is in economics, don't send your proposal to every economist! They already receive an enormous number of requests like that and can't go through them all.

You must target specific people (this is also the rule in marketing…). That means the theme of your research project must correspond to the specialty of the researcher. Don't send a proposal on a study of the history of Franco-Spanish relations to a historian specialising in the Far East!

After you've sent the proposal to the right person, you'll have to engage with the researcher in order to refine your thesis topic. To maximise your chances, you need to be flexible and ready to move away from your initial proposal.

And if you are able to obtain funding, say so at the start of your message.

Congratulations, you've found a thesis supervisor who accepts you!

Now the doctoral school has to approve it so you can enrol in a Doctorate. If funding is required by the doctoral school, it must be approved before you can enrol.

The annual registration fee for a Doctorate is €380 (2022/23 academic year). Even if you have a doctoral fellowship, you will have to pay the registration fee.

Enjoy your Doctorate!

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BryoMolecule PhD stipend in Terpene biochemistry in Liverworts

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the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) of Horizon Europe, that have recently recruited 10 PhD students, working together on the development of cellular screening technologies. A new position is now open at

PhD - Digital Twin-Driven Warehouse Optimization: Advancing Efficiency and Ergonomics in Modern Warehouse Operations

. Funding category: Autre financement public Région PHD Country: France Requirements Specific Requirements Candidate profile: Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering, Computer Science, Operations Research

PhD student in mathematics, M/F

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PhD Student (M/F) - Optical properties of multifunctional nanocomposite materials

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PhD on faster alteration of rocks in active faults? Insight from experimental and numerical simulations, with application to geothermal energy (M/F)

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Rochester researchers involved with CERN make groundbreaking measurements of the electroweak mixing angle, strengthening an understanding of particle physics.

In the quest to decode the mysteries of the universe, researchers from the University of Rochester have been involved for decades with international collaborations at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, more commonly known as CERN.

Building on their extensive involvement at CERN, particularly within the CMS (Compact Muon Solenoid) Collaboration, the Rochester team—led by Arie Bodek , the George E. Pake Professor of Physics —recently achieved a groundbreaking milestone. Their achievement centers on measuring the electroweak mixing angle, a crucial component of the Standard Model of Particle Physics. This model describes how particles interact and precisely predicts a plethora of phenomena in physics and astronomy.

“The recent measurements of the electroweak mixing angle are incredibly precise, calculated from collisions of protons at CERN, and strengthen an understanding of particle physics,” Bodek says.

The CMS Collaboration brings together members of the particle physics community from across the globe to better understand the basic laws of the universe. In addition to Bodek, the Rochester cohort to the CMS Collaboration includes principal investigators Regina Demina , a professor of physics, and Aran Garcia-Bellido , an associate professor of physics, along with postdoctoral research associates and graduate and undergraduate students.

Discoveries at CERN

Located in Geneva, Switzerland, CERN is the world’s largest particle physics laboratory, renowned for its groundbreaking discoveries and cutting-edge experiments.

Rochester researchers have a long history of work at CERN as part of the CMS Collaboration, including playing key roles in the 2012 discovery of the Higgs boson —an elementary particle that helps explain that origin of mass in the universe.

The collaboration’s work includes collecting and analyzing data gathered from the Compact Muon Solenoid detector at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator. The LHC consists of a 17-mile ring of superconducting magnets and accelerating structures built underground and spanning the border between Switzerland and France.

The primary purpose of the LHC is to explore the fundamental building blocks of matter and the forces that govern them. It achieves this by accelerating beams of protons or ions to nearly the speed of light and smashing them into each other at extremely high energies. These collisions recreate conditions similar to those that existed fractions of a second after the Big Bang, allowing scientists to study the behavior of particles under extreme conditions.

Unraveling unified forces

In the 19th century, scientists found that the different forces of electricity and magnetism were linked: a changing electric field produces a magnetic field and vice versa. The discovery formed the basis of electromagnetism, which describes light as a wave and explains many phenomena in optics, along with describing how electric and magnetic fields interact.

Building upon this understanding, physicists in the 1960s discovered that electromagnetism is connected to another force—the weak force. The weak force operates within the nucleus of atoms and is responsible for processes such as radioactive decay and powering the sun’s energy production. This revelation led to the development of the electroweak theory, which posits that electromagnetism and the weak force are actually low-energy manifestations of a unified force called the unified electroweak interaction. Key discoveries, such as the Higgs boson, have confirmed this concept.

Exploring electroweak interaction

The CMS Collaboration recently performed one of the most precise measurements to date related to this theory, by analyzing billions of proton-proton collisions at the LHC at CERN. Their focus was measuring the weak mixing angle, a parameter describing how electromagnetism and the weak force blend together to create particles.

Previous measurements of the electroweak mixing angle have sparked debate within the scientific community. However, the latest findings closely align with predictions from the Standard Model of Particle Physics. Rochester graduate student Rhys Taus and postdoctoral research associate Aleko Khukhunaishvili implemented new techniques to minimize systematic uncertainties inherent in this measurement, enhancing its precision.

Understanding the weak mixing angle sheds light on how different forces in the universe work together at the smallest scales, deepening an understanding of the fundamental nature of matter and energy.

“The Rochester team has been developing innovative techniques and measuring these electroweak parameters since 2010 and then implementing them at the Large Hadron Collider,” Bodek says. “These new techniques have heralded a new era of precision tests of the predictions of the Standard Model.”

For more details on the research, check out the CERN news release , the CMS results summaries , and the CMS physics briefing .

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