Inria is offering research positions / Recruitment campaign from January, 16th to February, 17th 2012.
At the interface of informatics and mathematics, 3,400 researchers located in Inria’s eight research centers work, along with their academic and industrial partners from around the world, on the science and technologies of tomorrow.
Graduates of the world’s top universities, they creatively combine fundamental and applied research, collaborate with public and private research institutions in France and abroad, and transfer their findings to innovative companies.
Inria researchers publish nearly 5,000 articles each year. Over the last years, they have registered over 270 active patents and created 105 start-ups.
Joining Inria means a stimulating environment where you can work with others on ambitious scientific projects.
Joining Inria also lets you collaborate with all the different actors to find concrete solutions to problems affecting society or the business world, and all this in a rewarding, international context.
Joining Inria gives you as well the possibility to train tomorrow’s talent, working with master and Ph.D students.
In 2012, there will be two different ways to join an Inria team:
20 tenured researcher and research director positions, filled on the basis of competitive calls, intended for junior or senior profiles wanting to invest in medium -or long- term research and interested in exploring the multiple aspects of a research project.
8 research positions consisting of three-year renewable contracts for innovative international profiles attracted by the excellence of the research produced at Inria: starting positions (after the thesis or a post-doctoral experience) or advanced positions (at least eight years’ experience after the thesis).
These positions are real career boosters giving you an opportunity to enrich your experience in a particularly stimulating environment. Join us if you are seeking fulfillment in a multicultural, collaborative setting and looking to solve challenges in informatics or mathematics and their applications!
For more information: http://www.inria.fr/en