Every year, we hire a few strong, hard-working students for a period of 4-6 months (typically March to August, other intervals are also possible) on hot data science and data analytics topics. Successful M2 interns often continue as PhD students in the group. Some topics on which we currently hire are:
- “Learning to Rank Trees in a Heterogeneous Graph with Applications in Investigative Journalism”, supervised by Oana Balalau and Ioana Manolescu (Cedar) and Fabian Suchanek (Telecom Paris).
- “Lighthouse: focused search of entities and relations on the Web”, supervised by Oana Balalau and Ioana Manolescu (Cedar) and Fabian Suchanek (Telecom Paris).
- “Chatbot for OCDE statistic databases”, supervised by Ioana Manolescu (Cedar) and Xavier Tanier (LIMICS, U. Paris Sorbonne)
- “Interactive visualizations of heterogeneous Big Data for data journalism”, supervised by Ioana Manolescu (Cedar) and Emmanuel Pietriga (Ilda Inria team)
Important: Our research moves faster than this page and we always have new ideas. If you’re interested in one of the above topics or another related one, contact us.
PhDs and Engineers
Students interested in joining the team for a PhD could first apply for on of our internships or contact directly the team member with who they would like to work.
Engineer positions are typically Inria-sponsored. Engineers work in par with permanent members and PhD students and are paid competitive salaries.
Other Recrutement Information
To join our team as a post-doc, PhD student, engineer or intern, contact the team member(s) you think would be interested.
To work in our team, you would need to join one among the following three employers:
- Inria Saclay
- Ecole Polytechnique
To recruit permanent members (researchers or professors), national French competitions are held every year. Typically to join CNRS in October of year N, you need to have an application file by December of the year N-1, whereas for INRIA you will need it in February of year N, and for the Polytechnique, you will need it by March of year N.
It is crucial that you contact permanent team members well before applying for a permanent position, to get up-to-date information on the team perspectives and to optimize your chances.