Every year CIMI LabEx offers four to seven post-doctoral positions to be filled as from 1st of October 2023 (with some flexibility). This year the contract cannot go beyond December 2024.
The research areas should be developed within the activities at
the Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse (IMT),
the Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse (IRIT)
the teams ROC, SARA, MAC, TSF and VERTICS of the Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes (LAAS).
Positions are open to holders of a doctorate in mathematics or computer science obtained in France or in a foreign country. Offers are not theme-based and all mathematical and computer science disciplines are welcome. The selection will be based on excellence in scientific accomplishment and the quality of the scientific project. Interactions between mathematics and computer science will be closely examined.
Positions are open to holders of a doctorate in mathematics or computer science obtained before that the contract starts either in France or in a foreign country. Offers are not theme-based and all mathematical and computer science disciplines are welcome. The selection will be based on excellence in scientific accomplishment and the quality of the scientific project. Interactions between mathematics and computer science will be closely examined.
The scientific project must have been written up together with member(s) of either IMT, IRIT, LAAS.
The CIMI LabEX applies an equal opportunity policy in recruitment.
Work contract conditions
Each post-doctoral fellow will receive a net salary starting from €2,200 per month according to experience and thus benefit from health insurance and social coverage.
(S)he will participate to the scientific activities of the laboratory, in particular to seminars and working groups.
At the end of his/her tenure, each of the selected candidates will write a report on his /her scientific accomplishment, comparing it to his/her initial project and describing his/her subsequent objectives.
The application form will open on November 15th 2022.
Closing date: January 9th 2023 at 10.00 p.m (Paris time)
All applications must be submitted online.
Applicants must be able to provide the following documents :
A curriculum vitae with the list of publications
A motivation letter
The proposed scientific project (around 2 pages)
Two detailed recommendation letters (please inform the writer of the letter before your application, he will receive an e-mail from us how to upload the letter)
A detailed letter of support from your scientist/tutor at the host institution. This letter will have to justify how the applicant’s scientific project fits in the host project.
Please do not forget to mention the e-mail address of the professors wishing to send recommendation letters. They will receive an automatic e-mail to upload their letter. The letters have to be sent by Monday January 16th 2023 at 10.00 p.m (Paris time) at the latest.
Where appropriate, a proposal for co-financing
Note that the applicant is responsible for making sure his/her application is complete prior to the closing date. Fully completed applications only will be examined.
Fellowships applications will be examined by the LabEx CIMI Executive Committee and Prospective Committee.
Grants will be awarded on the basis of the quality of the academic records.
Postdocs supported by CIMI
Succesful applicants 2022-2023
Antoine ETESSE (mathematics)
Matthieu FAITG (mathematics)
Alejandro HERNANDEZ-WENCES (computer science)
Ousmane SACKO (mathematics)
Jules VIDAL (computer science)
Shizhuo ZHANG (mathematics)
Succesful applicants 2021-2022
Thorsten ENGESSER (computer science)
Niels FELD (maths)
Mohamed Slim KAMMOUN (maths)
Armand KOENING (maths)
Changzhen SUN (maths)
Nicolas AUGIER (computer science, currently CR CNRS)
Succesful applicants 2020-2021
Yinling LIU (computer science)
Enrico FATIGHENTI (math, Senior Researcher, Bologna, Italy)
Naveen SAINI (computer science, currently IIT, Roorkee, India)
Succesful applicants 2019-2020
Federico LO BIANCO (maths, currently post-doc LabEx MILYON, France)
Samir SALEM (maths, currently post-doc fellow Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France)
Succesful applicants 2018-2019
Victor HERNANDEZ SANTAMARIA (maths, currently post-doc UNAM, Mexico)
Nasrine DAMOUCHE (computer science, currently research engineer, ISAE, Toulouse, France)
Succesful applicants 2017-2018
Jorge Fandino Garcia (computer science, currently programator Mendata, Spain)
Franziska KUHN (maths, currently assistant prof. TU Dresden, Germany)
Arthur RENAUDINEAU (maths, currently assist. prof (MCF), univ. Lille, France)
Arti YARDI (computer science)
Seyed Hamed ZAKERZADEH (maths, currently research engineer R++, Toulouse, France)
Manu Kumar GUPTA (computer science)
Succesful applicants 2016-2017
André BELOTTO DA SILVA (maths, currently prof. univ. Paris, France)
Cristobal QUININAO (maths, currently assistant prof. universidad de O'Higgins, Chili)
Nadine ABURUMMAN (computer science)
Petar ILIEV (computer science, researcher IPS, Academy of Sciences, Bulgary)
Tristan BENOIST (maths, currently researcher CNRS, Toulouse, France)
Succesful applicants 2015-2016
Assalé ADJE (computer science, currently assistant prof. (MCF), univ. Perpignan, France)
Bérénice DELCROIX-OGER (maths, currently assistant prof. (MCF) univ. Paris, France)
Martin DIEGUEZ (computer science, assistant prof. (MCF) université Angers, France)
Van Hoang NGUYEN (maths, currently lecturer/researcher FPT university, Vietnam)
Junyi XIE (maths, currently researcher CNRS Rennes, France)
Succesful applicants 2014-2015
Thomas DREYFUS (maths, currently researcher CNRS Strasbourg, France)
Timo JOLIVET (computer science)
Succesful applicants 2013-2014
Benedikt AHRENS (computer science, currently assist. prof. TU Delft, Netherlands)
Bertand CLOEZ (maths, currently researcher at INRAE, Montpellier, France)