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L'école doctorale

News

  • November 2021: the welcome meeting for new doctoral students will take place on Monday, November 22, 2021, from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm, at CentraleSupélec, Eiffel building, Michelin amphitheatre 1 and 2, as well as by simultaneous videoconference. (A health pass will be required to attend in person). Registration is of course free, but mandatory (whether you are present or by videoconference). Please register at the following address, no later than Wednesday, November 10: https://framaforms.org/ed-stic-paris-saclay-welcome-meeting-reunion-dac…
  • November 2021: the STIC graduate school website is still under construction. We apologize for the inconvenience.

The doctoral school

The STIC Doctoral School covers a unique thematic continuum in France in the domain of digital technology and science: control, signal processing, image processing, robotics, networks, telecommunications, data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence, human-machine interactions, programming, algorithmics, languages and architecture.

The ED STIC is attached to two Graduate Schools of the University of Paris-Saclay: the Graduate School of Computer Science and the Graduate School of Engineering and Systems Sciences.

The STIC doctoral school is composed of three scientific poles:

  1.     Pole A: Systems and Control, Robotics, Signals, Images, Communications
  2.     Pole B: Big Data, Knowledge, Learning, Interactions
  3.     Pole C: Programming, Models, Algorithms, Architecture, Networks

The e-mail addresses of the poles and the composition of the committees are available in the "Contact" section of the main menu.

 

Support for the training and mobility of doctoral students

The ED STIC and the Graduate School ISN jointly offer financial aid for :

  •  mobility of PhD students during their thesis. Mobility consists of a stay outside the research unit of the thesis director and that of his/her co-supervisor to work in another laboratory or company, in France or abroad. The assistance provided can be up to 2000 euros (if necessary, the request must be accompanied by a justified co-financing).
  • participation of doctoral students in thematic schools or young researcher schools.  The support can be up to 1000 euros (if necessary, the request must be accompanied by a justified co-financing).

In both cases, the support is paid to and managed by the doctoral student's research unit. A doctoral student is eligible only once during his/her thesis for support for a Thematic School.  The cumulative "School" plus "Mobility" support obtained by a PhD student cannot exceed 2000 euros over the PhD period.

For reasons of budget management

  • applications for the year N must be sent between January and June of the same year;
  • requests for the year N+1 must be sent between July and December of the year N.

You will find below the application form. Once completed, it must be signed by your thesis director and sent by email to formation-edstic@lri.fr. The title of the mail must be as follows: AAP ED STIC <doctoral_name>.

 

Minutes of the meetings of the ED Council

The list of members of the ED STIC Board is available in the "Contact" section of the main menu.

  • Meeting of the ED STIC Council on June 18, 2020
  • Meeting of the ED STIC Council on December 2, 2019

 

Internal regulations

Here are the internal rules of the ED STIC, voted by the council of the doctoral school on June 18, 2020, then by the council of the doctoral college of the University Paris-Saclay on July 6, 2020.

 

Awards and distinctions

Plateau de Saclay Doctoral Prize 2021

The jury of the STIC Doctoral Prize of the Plateau de Saclay met on Tuesday, November 9, 2021. The result of the deliberations is as follows.

Two first prizes were awarded (in alphabetical order) to :

  • Elie MICHEL, LTCI, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, for the paper "DAG Amendment for Inverse Control of Parametric Shapes".
  • Hugo RICHARD, Inria, Université Paris-Saclay, for the article " Modeling Shared Responses in Neuroimaging Studies through MultiView ICA ".

Two accessits were awarded (in alphabetical order) to :

  • Antonin LEROUX, LIX, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, for the article " SQISign: compact post-quantum signatures from quaternions and isogenies ".
  • Yingying QIN, SATIE/L2S, Université Paris-Saclay, for the paper " Joint inversion of electromagnetic and acoustic data with edge-preserving regularization for breast imaging ".

 

GDR Sécurité 2021 thesis prize

Charlie Jacomme, former PhD student of the LSV (and former representative of the PhD students of the ED STIC ;-)) is the winner of the GDR Sécurité 2021 thesis prize for his thesis Proofs of Security Protocols - Symbolic Methods and Powerful Attackers. A video about his thesis is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kv5J64iI1iw


2020 Plateau de Saclay Doctoral Prize

Since this year 2020, the ED STIC Doctoral Prize becomes the Plateau de Saclay Doctoral Prize, co-organized by the Labex Digicosme, the ED STIC of Paris-Saclay and the ED of the IP Paris.

Two first prizes were awarded (in alphabetical order) to :

  • Denis ANTIPOV, LIX, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, for the paper "Fast mutation in crossover-based algorithms".
  • Baptiste BROTO, CEA LIST, Université Paris-Saclay, for the paper " Variance reduction for estimation of Shapley effects and adaptation to unknown input distribution ".

Four accessits were awarded (in alphabetical order) to :

  • Nathan DE LARA and Quentin LUTZ (jointly), LTCI, Institut Polytechnique de Paris for the software " Scikit-network: Open-source software for graph analysis ".
  • Ali MAATOUK, L2S, Université Paris-Saclay, for the article " On The Age of Information in a CSMA Environment ".
  • Alessio MANSUTTI, LSV, Université Paris-Saclay, for the article " Internal Calculi for Separation Logics ".
  • Homa NIKBAKTH, LTCI, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, for the paper " Multiplexing Gains under Mixed-Delay Constraints on Wyner's Soft-Handoff Model ".


EATCS 2020 Thesis Award

Marie Fortin received the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS) 2020 Thesis Award, for her thesis entitled Expressivity of First-Order Logic, Starless Dynamic Propositional Logic and Communicating Automata, prepared at LSV.

Competition "My thesis in 180 seconds" of Paris-Saclay 2020

Eugénie Brasier, a PhD student in the HCC/ILDA team at LRI and Inria, won 2nd prize in the Paris-Saclay 2020 Ma Thèse en 180 secondes competition. Ma thèse en 180 secondes is a contest in which PhD students present their thesis topic to a non-initiated audience in three minutes (http://mt180.fr/). Eugénie Brasier presented her thesis on the challenges of using augmented reality for "everyday tasks". Her presentation can be seen here: https://youtu.be/Eagv581HYpQ?t=2649

Prix de la Chancellerie des Universités de Paris 2019: first prize in mechanics, electronics, computing and technology

Lauriane Aufrant received this award for her thesis at LIMSI under the supervision of François Yvon: Training parsers for low-resourced languages : improving cross-lingual transfer with monolingual knowledge.

ATALA Thesis Award 2019

It was awarded during TALN 2019 to Rachel Bawden who did her thesis entitled Au-delà de la phrase : traduction automatique de dialogue en contexte (Beyond the sentence: machine translation of dialogue in context) under the supervision of Sophie Rosset and Thomas Lavergne at LIMSI.

ED STIC Doctoral Prize 2019

First prize ex aequo:

  •  Adrien Koutsos, LSV, ENS Paris-Saclay, for the paper "The 5G-AKA Authentication Protocol Privacy
  •  Ammar Mian, SONDRA, CentraleSupélec, for the paper "New Robust Statistics for Change Detection in Time Series of Multivariate SAR Images"

Second prize ex aequo:

  • Marie Fortin, LSV, ENS Paris-Saclay, for the paper "FO = FO3 for linear orders with monotone binary relations"
  • Zhenyu Liao, L2S, CentraleSupélec, for the paper "A Large Dimensional Analysis of Least Squares Support Vector Machines

 

Thiessé de Rosemont / Schneider Prize 2018 from the Chancellery of the Universities of Paris

Mathieu Carrière was awarded the 2018 Thiessé de Rosemont / Schneider Prize by the Chancellerie des Universités de Paris, for his thesis entitled "On the metric and statistical properties of topological descriptors for geometric data". This thesis, performed at ED STIC Paris-Saclay under the supervision of Steve Oudot, was defended on November 21, 2017.

ED STIC Doctoral Prize 2018

The two first prizes ex aequo were awarded in alphabetical order to :

  • Tom Dupré la Tour, under the supervision of Yves Grenier and Alexandre Gramfort, for the paper entitled "Non-linear auto-regressive models for cross-frequency coupling in neural time series"
  • Virginie Ollier, under the supervision of Pascal Larzabal, Rémy Boyer and Mohammed Nabil El Korso, for the paper entitled "Robust Calibration of Radio Interferometers in Non-Gaussian Environment".

The two second prizes ex aequo were awarded in alphabetical order to :

  • Riza Alp Guler, under the supervision of Iasonas Kokkinos and Nikos Paragios, for the paper entitled "DensePose: Dense Human Pose Estimation In The Wild"
  • Mathias Lepoutre, under the supervision of Marie Albenque and Vincent Pilaud, for the paper entitled "Blossoming bijection for higher-genus maps".

 

ED STIC Doctoral Prize 2017 

The two first prizes ex aequo were awarded in alphabetical order to :

  • Oliver Hahm, under the direction of Emmanuel Baccelli, for the RIOT software
  • Wanyu Liu, under the direction of Olivier Rioul and Michel Beaudouin Lafon, for the article entitled "BIGnav: Information Theory meets Human-Computer Interaction".

The two second prizes ex aequo were awarded in alphabetical order to :

  • Lauriane Aufrant, under the supervision of François Yvon and Guillaume Wisniewski, for the article entitled "Zero-resource Dependency Parsing: Boosting Delexicalized Cross-lingual Transfer with Linguistic Knowledge".
  • Mathieu Carrière, under the supervision of Steven Oudot, for the article entitled "Sliced Wasserstein Kernel for Persistence Diagrams"

 

ED STIC Doctoral Prize 2016 

Three first prizes ex aequo were awarded in alphabetical order to :

  • Antoine Dallon, under the direction of Stéphanie Delaune and Véronique Cortier, for "Borner le nombre d'agents pour les propriétés d'équivalence".
  • Jérémy Dubut, under the supervision of Jean Goubault-Larrecq and Eric Goubault, for "Directed homology".
  • Thibault Manneville, under the supervision of Gilles Schaeffer and Vincent Pilaud, for "Compatiblity fans for graphical building sets".

Three second prizes ex aequo were awarded in alphabetical order to :

  • Ejder Bastug, under the supervision of Mérouane Debbah and Jean-Claude Belfiore, for "Cache-enabled Small Cell Networks: Modeling and Tradeoffs".
  • Wacha Bounliphone and Eugene Belilovsky, under the supervision of Arthur Tenenhaus and Matthew Blaschko, for "A Test of Relative Similarity For Model Selection in Generative Models
  • Martin Gleize, under the supervision of Brigitte Grau, for "A Unified Kernel Approach for Learning Type Sentence Rewritings".

 

 

Le doctorat

The doctoral project

The doctoral project is a research project carried out by the doctoral student under the direction of one or more experienced researchers (thesis director and possible co-supervisor), usually for a period of 3 years on a full-time basis, within an academic structure (research unit) or in a company providing the scientific and technical skills, as well as the means necessary to carry out the project. The doctoral project initiates a professional project and therefore, professional training is one of the components of the doctoral project.

Finding a doctoral project requires finding a thesis director who is the bearer of a project. The role of the ED STIC is to facilitate the preparation of the doctoral project and to ensure a follow-up from the application to the defense of the doctorate, and even beyond.

 

Recruitment

 Recruitment is done in two ways:

  • by competition for the funding of "white" programs of the university's graduate schools and for certain other labelled funding (for example the UDOPIA program for theses in artificial intelligence).
  • without competition for other funding (ANR, CIFRE, CSC ...)

The process is identical for both recruitment methods and consists of the following steps

  • submission of a thesis project by a supervisor
  • validation of the project by the laboratory
  • validation of the project by the ED
  • submission of an application for a thesis project
  • examination and evaluation of the application by the thesis director
  • examination and evaluation of the application by the ED

For the competition and also for some other funding, a specific calendar must be respected. Consult the dedicated page on the University of Paris-Saclay website: https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/recherche/doctorat-et-hdr/fun…

 

For supervisors: how to submit and validate a thesis proposal

 

Whatever the method of recruitment, the thesis project must be submitted by its leader (generally the thesis director) on ADUM. It is not mandatory that the project be financed at the time of submission, however a certificate of financing will be required before the finalization of the recruitment of the doctoral student.

If you are a thesis applicant and wish to submit a project, log in to your ADUM account. Choose "Gestion des propositions de thèse" in the "Propositions de thèse" menu, and then click on "Ajouter une proposition de projet doctoral". The online form appears, where you can indicate all the necessary information about the thesis subject. In case of difficulty, contact your pole (poleXstic@lri.fr, where X=A, B or C depending on your pole).

After checking the suitability of the project for the applicant's pole, the opinion of the unit director is collected as well as that of one of the members of the pole committee. If the opinions are favourable, the subject is published on ADUM so that students can apply. (For subjects outside the competition, you can reserve the subject for a student. To apply for the subject, the student will have to open an ADUM account using the email address you will have indicated).

The student's application file must contain a number of documents, including an interview report dated and signed by the supervisors. The interview report form can be downloaded in the next section below.

To guarantee the quality of the thesis supervision and the availability of the supervisors:

  • an HdR or equivalent is authorized to supervise a maximum of five doctoral students (number common to all the doctoral schools of the University of Paris-Saclay) with a supervision rate inferior or equal to 300%, and
  • a non-HdR is authorized to co-supervise 3 doctoral students with a supervision rate less than or equal to 100% by decision of the ED STIC council.

In the case of co-supervision, international co-supervision, or exceptional situations, the ED STIC board can grant individual waivers after a preliminary examination of each situation. The form for requesting a waiver can be downloaded here: https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/sites/default/files/media/2021-0…

 

For the candidates: application on a thesis project

 

The candidate applies for a project using ADUM. It is essential that the application be preceded by a direct contact with the thesis project leader and then, in the case of the concretization of the application, by a meeting with him/her.  

Thesis topics are available via the following link: https://www.adum.fr/as/ed/proposition.pl?site=psstic

To apply under Adum, you must visualize the chosen project and click on the "Candidater" button below the project presentation. You will then be asked to fill in a form and to provide a number of documents. In particular, you will have to provide a report of the interview dated and signed by the supervisors. You can download the corresponding form :

If the subject is already assigned to you by the project leader, the "Candidater" button does not appear. You must apply using the following address: https://www.adum.fr/candidature/index.pl?matricule_prop=. Moreover, to create your ADUM account, you must use the e-mail address that has been indicated for you by the project leader.

The recruitment in competition mode organizes an audition for all the candidates. In this case, the candidates receive an invitation. An interview with the candidate is also organized within the framework of a recruitment without competition.  The purpose of the audition or interview is to ensure that the candidate's profile matches the project, to measure the candidate's motivation for the project and for research in general.  The audition or interview is a privileged moment to communicate to the candidate information concerning the progress of the thesis, in particular concerning the training and follow-up requirements.

 

Funding

At ED STIC, any thesis must start with the assurance of a three-year funding. This funding should preferably be formalized by a doctoral contract. The doctoral contract also allows the doctoral student to benefit, if he or she wishes, from a non-research mission. Foreign doctoral students may receive grants from their country of origin. Co-tutored doctoral students must also receive funding over three years to enable them to stay in France under the same conditions as other doctoral students.

The submission of a project can be done with the objective of obtaining funding, either through a competition or outside of a competition (CSC, CIFRE...). The funding can be acquired at the time of submission of the project (ANR contract). In both cases, an attestation of funding is required before finalizing the recruitment/application.

Sujets de thèse, admission et concours

Concours

General information

On this page, you will find information about the ED STIC competition ("White Program" of the Graduate Schools) which allocates thesis funding to institutions. This competition generally takes place between March (submission of thesis subjects) and June (hearings of the candidates and jury).  In addition to the traditional funding from the institutions, other funding can be awarded via the competition, such as the funding from the UDOPIA call for proposals in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Paris-Saclay.

For information on how to submit a thesis subject to the competition (by a supervisor) and for details on how to apply for a subject, see the tab "PhD".

Specific rules for the ED STIC competition

  • A candidate may submit two applications at most and express a priority between the two projects.
  • A thesis director may submit (support) a maximum of three applications, including: a maximum of two as thesis director, a maximum of two as co-supervisor.

 

2022 competition

Here are the key dates of the 2022 competition:

  • May 9, 2022: deadline for submission of subjects by thesis directors (via ADUM)
  • May 23, 2022: deadline for applications
  • Between June 3 and 10, 2022: auditions of the candidates
  • Thursday, June 16, 2022: competition jury

The proposed thesis topics can be consulted here: http://www.adum.fr/psaclay/pt?ed=118&an=2022&amp;. New topics may be proposed from day to day, until the deadline of submission.

Select your funding: select "Contrats ED : programme blanc GS-ISN" or "Contrats ED : programme blanc GS-SIS"; or "Programme doctorale en Intelligence Artificielle UDOPIA" to view the topics proposed for the UDOPIA artificial intelligence competition.

A link to apply for the PhD is available at the same address as above. If you have found a topic that interests you, it is strongly recommended that you contact the supervisor of the topic as soon as possible.

We suggest that you prepare your application well before the application deadline. The thesis director will have to give his or her detailed written opinion on your application before the deadline in order for your application to be validated.

Inscription et réinscription

Registration

Every year, the registration and re-registration procedures for the ED STIC start in July of year A for the academic year A--(A+1).

The registration procedures for the ED STIC follow the general guidelines of the Université Paris-Saclay. The registration procedure is entirely online on ADUM. You must attach a certain number of supporting documents to your file, in a single file in pdf format. Some of these documents are specific to the ED STIC, the others are the same for all doctoral schools. You will find below the lists of these documents, according to the year of the thesis you are registering for.

  • PhD students registering for the first time receive the practical details to register once their application has been accepted.
  • Re-registration students also receive a personalized message.

If you are a doctoral student and you have not received a message inviting you to register, you should contact the ED STIC, preferably the assistant of the scientific pole of your thesis director (see the "Contact" page). So, talk about it with your thesis director.

Deadline for re-registration: November 30

 

First registration

Usually, first year registrations are possible between September 1st and June 1st. Before registering for the first year, you must have applied for a thesis project under Adum. If you have not applied, please see the "The PhD" page to see how to proceed.

After their application has been accepted, future doctoral students receive the practical details for their first thesis registration.  If you have not received this email, you should contact the ED STIC, preferably the assistant of the scientific pole of your thesis director (see the page "Contact"). Ask your thesis director for help if needed.

How to complete your registration file when you receive the email inviting you to do so?

You already have an ADUM account. Log in by accessing the ADUM home page. Update your profile carefully because it will be used throughout your doctoral training and even beyond. Contact your thesis director or the pole assistant (see the "Contact" page) when you have a doubt.

  • The tabs "Administrative attachment" and "Financing" will be pre-filled, otherwise your pole assistant will help you.
  • Some fields have been pre-filled automatically when your application file was switched to the registration form. Check the information and modify it if necessary with the help of your thesis director.
  • Carefully complete the sections of the doctoral training agreement (pre-filled).

For the "documents to be attached", go to your personal space, in the "Administrative documents" section and consult the list of documents to be provided for the pedagogical and administrative registration. These documents must be assembled, in the required order, in a single PDF file and uploaded.

The file must include the documents below.

  1. Copy of the email you received from your pole following the validation of your admission (it serves as the admission form)
  2. Identification:
    1. Copy of the National Identity Card or passport;
    2. For foreign students, when necessary: copy of the passport and the valid residence permit or the summons to the prefecture to renew the residence permit.
  3. Copy or certified translation of the diploma or certificate of achievement of a national diploma conferring the grade of master, of a European master's diploma or of the waiver of the diploma requirement for enrolment in a doctoral program signed by the director of the pole. If such a waiver is necessary, please fill in the "Candidature examinée" part of the document below before sending it to your pole. You must attach the signed document to your pdf along with your certificate of completion or a copy of your diploma.
  4. If your thesis is under international co-supervision :
    1. signed cotutelle agreement if it is already signed (if not, you must provide it as soon as it is signed), attach the draft if you have it
    2. copy of the certificate of registration in the other institution
  5. Copy of any proof or notification attesting to funding for the duration of the thesis:
    1. If you are a scholarship recipient: copy of your scholarship notification
    2. If you are employed for a professional activity dedicated to the preparation of the doctorate: if the employment contract is already signed, a copy of the employment contract (otherwise the copy will be provided once the employment contract is signed) or a certificate from the employer if the employment contract is not signed
    3. If you are employed for a professional activity not dedicated to the preparation of the PhD: copy of the employment contract, copy of the last 3 pay slips
    4. If you are in one of the following cases: self-employed, liberal profession, auto-entrepreneur: URSSAF certificate
    1. Copy of the social security certificate (except for doctoral students in cotutelle the year they are not in France).
    2. Copy of the certificate of payment of the "Cotisation Vie Étudiante et de Campus" (CVEC) from the CROUS : https://cvec.etudiant.gouv.fr/ (the registration establishment to be selected when paying the CVEC is the University of Paris-Saclay).  Please note: if you are exempt from the CVEC you must provide the certificate of exemption (also available on the CVEC website), if you are not subject to the CVEC you do not need to provide the CVEC certificate (example: doctoral student in cotutelle the year he/she pays his/her registration fees in his/her home university or doctoral student in FTLV)
    3. Copy of the certificate of liability insurance for the current year.

    Once you have finalized your file, it will be signed electronically, successively by

    • your thesis director,
    • the director of the host unit
    • the director of the doctoral school or the director of the pole to which you are attached.

    Each of these people will receive an automatic e-mail when it is their turn to sign.

    Once this is done, the payment of the registration fees will be done online on ADUM in your personal space.

     

    Second registration

    Deadline for re-registration: November 30

    Registration for the second year requires that you meet with your advisor. It is recommended that you prepare the following documents before meeting with your advisor: the progress report, the self-evaluation form (downloadable forms below).

    NB: the self-evaluation form is not to be attached to the pdf of re-registration. You must complete it and send it to your division by e-mail: poleXstic@lri.fr (where X = A, B, or C). Please rename it before sending: NAME First name self-evaluation

    Also fill in your training report in your ADUM space.

    The name of your referent must have been communicated to you by your division. If this is not the case, contact your department.

    How to complete your application?

    Connect to your ADUM account. For the "documents to be attached", go to your personal space, in the "Administrative documents" section and consult the list of documents to be provided for the pedagogical and administrative registration. These documents must be assembled, in the required order, in a single PDF file and uploaded.

    The file must include the documents below. The documents in points 1 to 2 are specific to ED STIC. Those in points 3 and beyond are part of the checklist visible on your ADUM account.

    1. The progress report completed and signed by you and your thesis director (see above)
    2. The report on the training courses you have taken (accessible in your personal space under ADUM).
    3. For foreign students, when necessary: copy of the passport and the valid residence permit or the summons to the prefecture to renew the residence permit.
    4. For students who started their thesis in another French university: transfer form from the university of origin.
    5. Thesis follow-up form. This is the certificate of interview with your referee: the email sent by your referee to the pole director, of which you have been copied.
    6. Copy of any proof or notification attesting to funding for the duration of the thesis:
      1. If you are a scholarship recipient: copy of your scholarship notification,
      2. If you are employed for a professional activity dedicated to the preparation of the PhD: copy of the work contract
      3. If you are employed for a professional activity not dedicated to the preparation of the PhD: copy of the employment contract, copy of the last 3 pay slips
      4. If you are in one of the following cases: self-employed, liberal profession, auto-entrepreneur: URSSAF certificate
    7. If your thesis is under international co-supervision :
      1. signed co-supervision agreement (it must have been signed before the end of the first year, but if not, please attach the draft)
      2. copy of the certificate of registration in the other institution
    8. Copy of the social security certificate (except for doctoral students in cotutelle the year they are not in France).
    9. Copy of the certificate of payment of the "Cotisation Vie Étudiante et de Campus" (CVEC) from the CROUS : https://cvec.etudiant.gouv.fr/ (the registration establishment to be selected when paying the CVEC is the University of Paris-Saclay). Please note: if you are exempt from the CVEC you must provide the certificate of exemption (also available on the CVEC website), if you are not subject to the CVEC you do not need to provide the CVEC certificate (example: doctoral student in cotutelle the year he/she pays his/her registration fees in his/her home university or doctoral student in FTLV)
    10. Copy of the "civil liability" insurance certificate for the current year.

    Do not forget to send the self-evaluation form by e-mail to your pole.

    Once you have finalized your file, it will be electronically signed by

    • your thesis director,
    • the director of the host unit
    • the director of the doctoral school or the director of the pole to which you are attached.

    Each of these people will receive an automatic e-mail when it is their turn to sign.

    Once this is done, the payment of the registration fees will be done online on ADUM in your personal space.

     

    Third registration

    Deadline for re-registration: November 30

    To register for the third year, you must have completed your mid-term follow-up (see the document below and the page "Ph.D. process"). If exceptionally this was not possible, you must inform the management and the assistant of your pole (see the page "Contact") and have an interview with your referent. As for the second year registration, you will also have to provide your progress report and the self-evaluation document. These documents can be downloaded below.

    NB: the self-evaluation form is not to be attached to the pdf of re-registration. You must complete it and send it to your division by email: poleXstic@lri.fr (where X = A, B, or C). Please rename it before sending: NAME First name Self-evaluation

    How to complete your registration form?

    Log in to your ADUM account. For the "documents to be attached", go to your personal space, in the "Administrative documents" section and consult the list of documents to be provided for the pedagogical and administrative registration. These documents must be assembled, in the required order, in a single PDF file and uploaded.

    The file must include the documents below. The documents in points 1 to 2 are specific to ED STIC. Those in points 3 and beyond are part of the checklist visible on your ADUM account.

    1. The progress report completed and signed by you and your thesis director (see above)
    2. The report on the training courses you have taken (accessible in your personal space under ADUM).
    3. For foreign students, when necessary: copy of the passport and the valid residence permit or the summons to the prefecture to renew the residence permit.
    4. For students who started their thesis in another French university: transfer form from the university of origin.
    5. Thesis follow-up form. This is the mid-term follow-up report that will have been sent to you by the pole's management (see the form above), or failing that, the interview report with your referee.
    6. Copy of any proof or notification attesting to funding for the duration of the thesis:
      1. If you are a scholarship recipient: copy of your scholarship notification
      2. If you are employed for a professional activity dedicated to the preparation of the PhD: copy of the work contract
      3. If you are employed for a professional activity not dedicated to the preparation of the PhD: copy of the employment contract, copy of the last 3 pay slips
      4. If you are in one of the following cases: self-employed, liberal profession, auto-entrepreneur: URSSAF certificate
    7. If your thesis is under international co-supervision :
      1. signed cotutelle agreement.
      2. copy of the certificate of registration in the other institution.
    8. Copy of the social security certificate (except for doctoral students in cotutelle the year they are not in France).
    9. Copy of the certificate of payment of the "Cotisation Vie Étudiante et de Campus" (CVEC) from the CROUS : https://cvec.etudiant.gouv.fr/ (the registration establishment to be selected when paying the CVEC is the University of Paris-Saclay). Please note: if you are exempt from the CVEC you must provide the certificate of exemption (also available on the CVEC website), if you are not subject to the CVEC you do not need to provide the CVEC certificate (example: doctoral student in cotutelle the year he/she pays his/her registration fees in his/her home university or doctoral student in FTLV)
    10. Copy of the "civil liability" insurance certificate for the current year.

    Do not forget to send the self-evaluation form by e-mail to your pole.

    Once you have finalized your file, it will be electronically signed by

    • your thesis director,
    • the director of the host unit
    • the director of the doctoral school or the director of the pole to which you are attached.

    Each of these people will receive an automatic e-mail when it is their turn to sign.

    Once this is done, the payment of the registration fees will be done online on ADUM in your personal space.

     

    Fourth registration

    Deadline for re-registration: November 30

    Registration in the fourth year requires different specific documents depending on the progress of your thesis

    If you defend before December 31st of the current year: you do not have to re-register. The ED will check that all the documents for your defense are ready. You will have to make your first deposit on ADUM (the version of the manuscript sent to the rapporteurs).

    If you defend after December 31st of the current year, you will have to apply for a derogation to the duration of the thesis, except if you have obtained an extension for Covid and if the defense is planned within the limit of the extension. Example: if you were granted a two-month extension and your defense is scheduled before February 28, 2021, you do not need a waiver form.

    In addition, you will need to fill out the self-evaluation form and send it to your division by email: poleXstic@lri.fr (where X = A, B or C). It is not to be attached to the pdf of re-registration. Please rename it before sending it: NAME First name self-evaluation

    and have an interview with a committee chosen by the management of your division, which will result in a report in the format below.

    Connect to your ADUM account. For the "documents to be attached", go to your personal space, in the "Administrative documents" section and consult the list of documents to be provided for the pedagogical and administrative registration. These documents must be assembled, in the required order, in a single PDF file and uploaded.

    The file must include the documents below. The documents in points 1 and 2 are specific to ED STIC. Those in points 3 and beyond are part of the checklist visible on your ADUM account.

    1. The report on the training courses you have taken (accessible in your personal space under ADUM).
    2. The mid-term follow-up report, if exceptionally it had been replaced by an interview report with the referent for enrollment in the third year.
    3. For foreign students, when necessary: copy of the passport and the valid residence permit or the summons to the prefecture to renew the residence permit.
    4. For students who started their thesis in another French university: transfer form from the university of origin.
    5. Thesis follow-up form. This is the report of the re-registration interview, following the interview to which you will be invited by the management of the pole to which you are attached) (see the form above).
    6. Authorization for thesis extension: signed request for waiver of thesis duration, which includes a progress report (see form above). If you have obtained an extension for Covid reasons, attach the extension certificate. If the defense is scheduled within the extension, you do not need the waiver form.
    7. Copy of any proof or notification attesting to funding for the duration of the thesis. If you have an extension for Covid reasons, attach the amendment to your contract, otherwise provide a copy of any proof or notification attesting to funding for the duration of the thesis:
      1. If you are a scholarship recipient: copy of your scholarship notification
      2. If you are employed for a professional activity dedicated to the preparation of the doctorate: if the employment contract is already signed, a copy of the employment contract (if not, the copy will be provided once the employment contract is signed) or a certificate from the employer if the contract is not yet signed
      3. If you are employed for a professional activity not dedicated to the preparation of the PhD: copy of the employment contract, copy of the last 3 pay slips
      4. If you are in one of the following cases: self-employed, liberal profession, auto-entrepreneur: URSSAF certificate
    8. If your thesis is under international co-supervision: a copy of the agreement and, if necessary, an amendment to the international co-supervision agreement concerning the extension of the duration of the thesis, signed by all parties.
    9. Copy of the social security certificate (except for doctoral students in cotutelle the year they are not in France).
    10. Copy of the certificate of payment of the "Cotisation Vie Étudiante et de Campus" (CVEC) from the CROUS : https://cvec.etudiant.gouv.fr/ (the registration establishment to be selected when paying the CVEC is the University of Paris-Saclay). Please note: if you are exempt from the CVEC you must provide the certificate of exemption (also available on the CVEC website), if you are not subject to the CVEC you do not need to provide the CVEC certificate (example: doctoral student in cotutelle the year he/she pays his/her registration fees in his/her home university or doctoral student in FTLV)
    11. Copy of the "civil liability" insurance certificate for the current year.

    Do not forget to send the self-evaluation form by e-mail to your pole.

    Once you have finalized your file, it will be electronically signed by

    • your thesis director,
    • the director of the host unit
    • the director of the doctoral school or the director of the pole to which you are attached.

    Each of these people will receive an automatic e-mail when it is their turn to sign.

    Once this is done, the payment of the registration fees will be done online on ADUM in your personal space.


    Other registrations

    Deadline for re-registration: November 30

    Registration beyond the fourth year is authorized only in exceptional cases. It requires the following steps:

    If you are defending before December 31 of the current year: you do not have to re-register. The ED will check that all the documents for your defense are ready. You will have to make your first deposit on ADUM (the version of the manuscript sent to the rapporteurs).

    If you are defending after December 31 of the current year, then you must prepare the documents below.

    Connect to your ADUM account. For the "documents to be attached", go to your personal space, in the "Administrative documents" section and consult the list of documents to be provided for the pedagogical and administrative registration. These documents must be assembled, in the required order, in a single PDF file and downloaded.

    Please note that the self-assessment form (available in the "Fourth registration" section) must be completed and sent to your division by email at: poleXstic@lri.fr (where X = A, B or C). It should not be attached to your re-enrollment pdf. Please rename it before sending: NAME First name Self-evaluation

    The file must include the documents below. The document in point 1 is specific to ED STIC. Those of point 2 and beyond are part of the checklist visible on your ADUM account.

    1. The report on the training courses you have taken (accessible in your personal space under ADUM).
    2. Thesis follow-up form: this is the signed re-registration interview report, following the interview to which you will be invited by the management of the pole to which you are attached) (see the form above, section "Fourth registration").
    3. For foreign students, when necessary: copy of the passport and the valid residence permit or the summons to the prefecture to renew the residence permit.
    4. Authorization to extend the thesis: signed request for a waiver of thesis duration, which includes a progress report (see form above). If you have obtained an extension for Covid reasons, attach the extension certificate. If the defense is scheduled within the extension, you do not need the waiver form.
    5. Copy of any proof or notification attesting to funding for the duration of the thesis. If you have an extension for Covid reasons, attach the amendment to your contract, otherwise provide a copy of any proof or notification attesting to funding for the duration of the thesis:
      1. If you are a scholarship recipient: copy of your scholarship notification
      2. If you are employed for a professional activity dedicated to the preparation of the doctorate: if the work contract has already been signed, a copy of the work contract (if not, the copy will be provided once the work contract has been signed) or an attestation from the employer if the contract has not been signed
      3. If you are employed for a professional activity not dedicated to the preparation of the PhD: copy of the employment contract, copy of the last 3 pay slips
      4. If you are in one of the following cases: self-employed, liberal profession, auto-entrepreneur: URSSAF certificate
    6. If your thesis is under international co-supervision: when necessary, an amendment to the international co-supervision agreement concerning the extension of the duration of the thesis, signed by all parties.
    7. Copy of the social security certificate (except for doctoral students in cotutelle the year they are not in France).
    8. Copy of the certificate of payment of the "Cotisation Vie Étudiante et de Campus" (CVEC) from the CROUS : https://cvec.etudiant.gouv.fr/ (the registration establishment to be selected when paying the CVEC is the University of Paris-Saclay). Please note: if you are exempt from the CVEC you must provide the certificate of exemption (also available on the CVEC website), if you are not subject to the CVEC you do not need to provide the CVEC certificate (example: doctoral student in cotutelle the year he/she pays his/her registration fees in his/her home university or doctoral student in FTLV)
    9. Copy of the "civil liability" insurance certificate for the current year.

    Do not forget to send the self-evaluation form by e-mail to your pole.

    Once you have finalized your file, it will be signed electronically, successively by

    • your thesis director,
    • the director of the host unit
    • the director of the doctoral school or the director of the pole to which you are attached.

    Each of these people will receive an automatic e-mail when it is their turn to sign.

    Once this is done, the payment of the registration fees will be done online on ADUM in your personal space.

    Formation doctorale et suivi

    Generalities

    The doctoral project is articulated around

    • research training provided by the thesis director and his research unit,  
    • a complementary scientific training close to the disciplinary field of the thesis,
    • a professional training dedicated to the future professional of the doctor

    These training courses are orchestrated by the ED STIC with the support of the doctoral college of the Université Paris Saclay. The ED STIC ensures in particular the follow-up of the PhD students to guide them in their choice and the achievement of their professional project.

    Follow-up of the doctoral student

    April 2022: a reflection is in progress within the ED STIC on the modalities of follow-up of the PhD students. These will be modified in the next months. To see the current modalities, please refer to the page of this site in French.

    Training

    On February 11, 2022, the Council of theSTIC doctoral school voted the new rules for the validation of the complementary training of doctoral students, in conformity with the rules of the general framework of the Université Paris-Saclay, described in the following document: https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/sites/default/files/media/2021-0…

    Transitional measures: these new rules concern doctoral students who have started their thesis as of September 1, 2020. For those who started their thesis before, the old rules still apply, see below. 

    For doctoral students who are currently in their second year, a transitional regime will apply and we will implement the new rules with care. In particular, if you have already validated the Ethics & STIC course of the ED, you will not have to take its new version (called Ethics & Open Science) to add the Open Science part.

    Complementary training for doctoral students who started their thesis on or after September 1, 2020.

    Each doctoral student must accumulate 180 training points over the duration of the thesis. The largest part, 158 points, corresponds to the thesis work which includes in particular the reading of articles, the study of the subject, the associated developments, the writing of publications, the possible participation in conferences and workshops.

    The remaining 22 points correspond to the complementary training that each doctoral student must complete during the 3 years of the thesis. They are divided into two categories, corresponding to mandatory and optional training, summarized in the following tables. The number of points due may be reduced on a case-by-case basis depending on the particular situation of the doctoral student (co-tutored thesis, CIFRE thesis, FTLV, etc.) with the agreement of the management of the corresponding pole.

    Compulsory training and activities

    Type of activity Minimum points to be obtained Equivalence/Comment
    Ethics and scientific integrity course 2 Package of 2 points for a course of at least 10h
    Open science course 1 Package of 1 point for a course of at least 5 hours
    Sustainable development course 1 1 point package for a course of at least 5 hours
    Scientific courses 10 1pt = 5h of course, to be chosen among the modules of research Masters, thematic schools, cycles of recognized scientific seminars (for example those of the Collège de France), MOOCs with certification, etc.
    "Post-doctoral day" organised by ED STIC 1 1 point
    ED STIC welcome meeting 1 1 point

    The points for compulsory activities (minimum 16) must be completed by optional activities to be chosen from the following table.

    Optional courses and activities

    Training or activity Restrictions Equivalence Comment
    Language course Maximum 5 points over the duration of the thesis 1 point = 5 hours of course  
    Professionalization course   1 point = 5 hours of course CV writing, learning specific computer tools, emotional management, motivation, memory, mental representations, pedagogical alignment, etc.
    Scientific course   1 point = 5 hours of course In addition to the mandatory courses
    Involvement in university associations Maximum 3 points over the duration of the thesis   Provided that you are at least a member of the office
    Involvement in councils, committees, juries (excluding teaching) Maximum 3 points over the duration of the thesis    
    Teaching Maximum 5 points over the duration of the thesis 1 point for 19h "equivalent TD"  
    Days of preparation for the professional future Maximum 1 point for the duration of the thesis 1 point = 5h     In addition to the "post-thesis" day of the ED STIC
    International mobility Maximum 3 points for the duration of the thesis 3 points for a stay of at least 4 consecutive weeks  
    Supervision or co-supervision of trainees Maximum 1 point over the duration of the thesis   The country must be different from the country of co-supervision (for co-supervised theses)

    Note: participation in conferences, workshops, days, team seminars, as well as in the organization of events, etc. does not give the right to a validation of training points.

    Each doctoral student will have to update before each re-enrolment the Training Report form (BF) below and attach it to his/her re-enrolment file. This form lists the training courses completed with the associated objectives and the blocks of competences (chosen from the list).

    List of predefined objectives:
    a. useful for conducting personal research
    b. research ethics and scientific integrity
    c. useful for thesis writing or for written or oral presentation
    d. training in open science
    e. reinforcing the scientific culture of doctoral students
    f. training in sustainable development
    g. promoting international openness
    h. preparing students for their future career in the scientific sector

    List of predefined blocks of competencies (several choices are possible):
    1 : Design and elaboration of a research and development, study and prospective process ;
    2 : Implementation of a research and development, study and prospective process;
    3 : Valorization and transfer of the results of a research and development, studies and prospective process;
    4 : Scientific and technological watch on an international scale;
    5 : Training and dissemination of scientific and technical culture;
    6: Management of teams dedicated to research and development, studies and foresight activities.

    Note: The thesis work and additional training must eventually cover all 6 skill blocks.

    Complementary training modalities for doctoral students who started their thesis before September 1st 2020.

    The rules in force before, described in the French part of the website, remain valid for these doctoral students until the end of their thesis.

     

     

     

    Soutenance

    Defense

    The thesis defense procedure is described in a general document of the University of Paris-Saclay:

    https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/recherche/doctorat-et-hdr/phd…

    At the ED STIC, the management of the defense is the responsibility of the doctoral student's pole. Exchanges must therefore take place with the pole assistant and the pole director.

    The language of the thesis is French, except for justified exceptions. To do so, you must send a request with arguments to your pole. An abstract in French of 4000 characters must be attached to the manuscript.

    To be able to defend your thesis at ED STIC, you must have published at least one article in an international journal or an international conference with selection committee.

    Attention for PhD students who are defending their thesis and who have to re-register: do not start the defense formalities if your re-registration is not finalized.

     

    Carrière & Alumni

    After the PhD

    The ICST field within the framework of the University of Paris-Saclay has privileged structures to promote relations between PhD students, PhDs and innovative companies. The Systematic and Cap Digital competitiveness clusters, the IRT SystemX, the DigiCosme labex, the VeDeCom Institute, and the Carnot Institutes regularly organize meetings between research and industry, notably to develop thesis topics in an academic-industrial partnership.

    The ED STIC also relies on the alumni network to assist doctoral students in their professional integration.

    Surveys show a very satisfactory rate of insertion of PhDs, with 33% of PhDs inserted in higher education and research in EPST, 10% inserted in the public sector (other), 43% inserted in the private sector and more than 12% in postdoctoral contracts. Slightly more than 25% of PhDs have a career abroad.

    One of the levers allowing to consolidate and even increase the quality of insertion of PhD students is the development of the network of PhD students of the ED STIC of the University of Paris-Saclay. One of the missions of the deputy director in charge of relations with the socio-economic world will be to set up the coordination of existing networks in connection with the actions undertaken at the level of the University Paris-Saclay.

     

     

    Le domaine STIC dans le cadre de l’Université Paris-Saclay dispose de structures privilégiées pour favoriser les relations entre les doctorants, les docteurs et les entreprises innovantes. Les pôles de compétitivité Systematic et Cap Digital, l’IRT SystemX, le labex DigiCosme, l’Institut VeDeCom, les Instituts Carnot, organisent régulièrement des rencontres permettant de confronter les résultats issus de travaux de recherche et les besoins industriels ou encore de porter des sujets de thèse dans un partenariat académique-industriel.

    L’ED STIC s’appuie également sur le réseau des anciens pour accompagner les doctorants dans leur insertion professionnelle.

    Les enquêtes montrent un taux d’insertion des docteurs très satisfaisant, se rapprochant globalement de 33% de docteurs insérés dans l’enseignement supérieur et la recherche en EPST, 10% insérés dans le secteur public (autre), 43% insérés dans le secteur privé et plus de 12% en contrat postdoctoral. Un peu plus de 25% des docteurs font carrière à l’étranger.

    Un des leviers permettant de consolider et même d’accroître une insertion de qualité des doctorants est le développement du réseau des docteurs de l’ED STIC de l’Université Paris-Saclay. Une des missions du directeur adjoint chargé des relations avec le monde socio-économique sera de mettre en place la coordination de réseaux existants en lien avec les actions entreprises au niveau de l’Université Paris-Saclay.

    International

    The ED STIC is very active in

    • the reception of foreign doctoral students in cotutelle or not
    • in mobility of doctoral students during their thesis.

    The deputy director of the ED STIC, in charge of international relations, is Véronique Vèque (see her coordinates in the Contact page).

     

    Contact

     


    Pole A : Systems & Control, Signal, Image, Robotics, Communications

    Preferably reach the pole's assistant by email.  The title of your message must be short, relevant and allow for a follow-up conversation. The first time, introduce yourself in the first line of the email, recalling your name and your thesis director if you are a PhD student.

    Assistant :   Anne Batalie - secr-poleAstic@lri.fr
    Direction :     Antoine Berthet     
    email : poleAstic@lri.fr                        

    Phone :    +33 1 75 31 62 52      

    Mail :                      Ecole Doctorale STIC - Pôle A
                                    CentraleSupélec
                                    3 Rue Joliot-Curie – Plateau de Moulon
                                    91192 Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex, France.

    Members of the Pole Committee A :

    • Antoine Berthet (L2S, CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay)
    • Samir Bouaziz (SATIE, Faculté des Sciences, Université Paris-Saclay)
    • Mustapha Bouhtou (Orange Labs, représentant du monde socio-économique)
    • Barthélémy Cagneau (LISV, UVSQ, Université Paris-Saclay)
    • Frédéric Champagnat (ONERA-TIS, ONERA, Université Paris-Saclay)
    • Marco Di Renzo (L2S, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay)
    • Aurélia Fraysse (L2S, Faculté des Sciences, Université Paris-Saclay)
    • Sylvie Le-Hégarat-Mascle (SATIE, Faculté des Sciences, Université Paris-Saclay)
    • Saïd Mammar (IBISC, UEVE, Université Paris-Saclay)
    • Florian Maronnat (IBISC, UEVE - représentant des doctorants)
    • Elena Panteley (L2S, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay)
    • Jean-Philippe Ovarlez (SONDRA, ONERA, Université Paris-Saclay)

     


      Pole B : Data, Knowledge, Machine Learning and Interactions

      Preferably reach the pole's assistant by email.  The title of your message must be short, relevant and allow for a follow-up conversation. The first time, introduce yourself in the first line of the email, recalling your name and your thesis director if you are a PhD student.

      Assistant :  Stéphanie Druetta - secr-poleBstic@lri.fr 
      Direction  :   Anne Vilnat            

      email : poleBstic@lri.fr                               

      Phone :             +33 1 69 15 63 19

      Mail :                     Ecole Doctorale STIC - pôle B
                                     Bât 650 Ada Lovelace
                                     Université Paris-Saclay
                                     91405 Orsay Cedex, France.

      Members of the pole committee B :

      • Caroline Appert (LISN, CNRS)
      • Thomas Baudel (IBM, représentant du monde socio-économique)
      • Patrick Bourdot (LISN, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay)
      • Olivier Ferret (CEA-LIST, CEA, Université Paris-Saclay)
      • Alexandre Gramfort (Parietal, Inria, Université Paris-Saclay)
      • Eric Monacelli (LISV, UVSQ, Université Paris-Saclay)
      • Fatiha Saïs (LISN, Faculté des Sciences, Université Paris-Saclay)
      • Fariza Tahi (IBISC, UEVE, Université Paris-Saclay)
      • Martin Tricaud (LISN, Faculté des Sciences, Université Paris-Saclay - représentant des doctorants)
      • Anne Vilnat (LISN, Faculté des Sciences, Université Paris-Saclay)
      • Karine Zeitouni (DAVID, UVSQ, Université Paris-Saclay)
      • Pierre Zweigenbaum (LISN, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay

       


        Pôle C : Programmation, Modèles, Algorithmes, Architecture, Réseaux

        Preferably reach the pole's assistant by email.  The title of your message must be short, relevant and allow for a follow-up conversation. The first time, introduce yourself in the first line of the email, recalling your name and your thesis director if you are a PhD student.

        Assistant :  Fatimata Diacko - secr-poleCstic@lri.fr
        Direction  :  Nadjib Aitsaadi
        email : poleCstic@lri.fr                              

        Mail :                      Ecole Doctorale STIC - pôle C
                                        Université de Versailles Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines
                                        DREDVal - Service FED
                                        55, avenue de Paris
                                        78035 Versailles Cedex, France.

        Members of the pole committee C :

        • Nadjib Ait Saadi (DAVID, UVSQ)
        • Eric Angel (IBISC, UEVE, Université Paris-Saclay)
        • Michel Batteux (IRT SystemX, représentant du monde socio-économique)
        • Lila Boukhatem (LISN, Faculté des Sciences, Université Paris-Saclay)
        • Serenella Cerrito (IBISC, UEVE, Université Paris-Saclay)
        • Balthazar Charles (LISN, Faculté des Sciences, Université Paris-Saclay - représentant des doctorants)
        • Alain Finkel (LMF, ENS Paris-Saclay, Université Paris-Saclay)
        • Kinda Khawam (LI-PaRAD, UVSQ, Université Paris-Saclay)
        • Thierry Mautor (DAVID, UVSQ, Université Paris-Saclay)
        • Guillaume Melquiond (LISN, Inria, Université Paris-Saclay)
        • Nicolas Thiéry (LISN, Faculté des Sciences, Université Paris-Saclay)

         


        ED STIC General Management

        email : edstic@lri.fr

        Assistant : Stéphanie Druetta 
        Direction  :  Alain Denise                
        Training : Hanna Klaudel   - assistant Noémie Moutty - formation-edstic@lri.fr

        Industrial and international relations : Véronique Vèque - international-edstic@lri.fr,  industriel-edstic@lri.fr                     

        Téléphone :             +33 1 69 15 63 19

        Mail :                     Ecole Doctorale STIC
                                       Bât 650 Ada Lovelace
                                       Université Paris-Saclay
                                       91405 Orsay Cedex, France.

         


          Representatives of the PhD students

          email : rep-doc-edstic@lri.fr

          • Balthazar Charles (pôle C)
          • Florian Maronnat (pôle A)
          • Martin Tricaud (pôle B)
          • Rebecca Zucchini (pôle C)

           


          Members of the ED STIC Council

          • Representatives of engineering, technical or administrative staff

            • Mme     BATALIE    Anne        CentraleSupélec
            • Mme    DRUETTA    Stéphanie        UPSaclay / Faculté des Sciences
               
          • Internal Academic Members

            • M. AIT SAADI    Nadjib  DAVID  UVSQ
            • M.    ANGEL    Eric    IBISC    UEVE
            • Mme    APPERT    Caroline    LISN CNRS
            • M.    BERTHET    Antoine    L2S    CentraleSupélec
            • M.     DENISE    Alain    LISN UPSaclay / Faculté des Sciences
            • M.    FINKEL    Alain    LMF    ENS Paris-Saclay
            • Mme    KLAUDEL    Hanna    IBISC    UEVE
            • M.    MAMMAR     Saïd    IBISC    UEVE
            • M.    MONACELLI    Eric    LISV    UVSQ
            • M.    OVARLEZ    Jean-Philippe    SONDRA    ONERA
            • Mme    VEQUE    Véronique    L2S    UPSaclay / Faculté des Sciences
            • Mme    VILNAT    Anne    LISN UPSaclay / Faculté des Sciences
               
          • Doctoral students

            • M.    CHARLES Balthazar    LISN UPSaclay / Faculté des Sciences
            • M.    MARONNAT Florian   IBISC / UEVE
            • M.    TRICAUD Martin         LISN UPSaclay / Faculté des Sciences
            • Mme    ZUCCHINI    Rebecca    LISN UPSaclay / Faculté des Sciences
               
          • External members

            • M.    ARLOT    Sylvain    LMO    UPSaclay / Faculté des Sciences
            • M.    BATTEUX    Michel        SystemX
            • M.    BAUDEL    Thomas        IBM
            • M.    BOUHTOU    Mustapha    Orange Labs Recherche    Orange
            • M.    DEFUDE    Bruno    SAMOVAR    Télécom SudParis
            • M.    DESSANTE    Philippe    GeePS    CentraleSupélec
            • M.    GIAVITTO    Jean-Louis    IRCAM    CNRS