Thesis subjects

The CMA is responsible for the Control, Optimization and Prospective (COP) doctoral specialty, which is part of the MINES-ParisTech PhD training program and is co-accredited with the Doctoral School STIC (information and communication sciences and technologies) n° 84 at Nice Sophia-Antipolis University.

Each academic year we recruit young engineers or master students to accomplish a 3-year thesis.

Funding for doctoral students (research grant, doctoral contract, CIFRE agreement, etc.) depends on the case and the contractual context of each thesis. Candidates are assessed following application (CV and covering letter) and an interview.


Thesis subjects available at the CMA:

Nonconvex nonsmooth optimization methods for decision making under uncertainty

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Conditions for doctoral enrolment:

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