Paris Region PhD

Call for projects informations

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Closing Date :Application deadline: April 17th 2023 at 11:59 PM

The Île-de-France region is launching its PrPhD 2023 call for proposals ! Submit your projects until April 17th 2023.


The Île-de-France region is launching its call for proposals PR PhD 2023 for all research projects targeting the challenges of digital business development (IoT, artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data, robotics…) and on research topics related to economic and societal challenges targeted by the Region within the framework of DIM and QIM. The Region pays particular attention to projects mobilizing artificial intelligence technologies applied to the fields of humanities and social sciences and digital humanities, highlighting the Paris forces in these fields.

The call for projects is aimed at young scientists carrying out their doctorate shared between a higher research institution and a structure of the socio-economic world established in Île-de-France. With reference to the European criteria for scientific and technological jobs, no criterion of nationality, age and sex of the candidates is used.

Applicants for this allowance must nevertheless meet the following criteria:

• Have a master’s degree or equivalent, not a doctorate,

• Enroll in a doctoral school in Île-De-France, in the 1st year of doctoral studies at the beginning of the academic year 2023-2024,

• Commit to starting doctoral research by January 2024.


Funding of doctoral contracts up to €105,000 per doctoral student to remunerate their research activity.

Regional funding is granted to the DIM/QIM coordinating structures, which give it to the employer institutions of the selected doctoral students.

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