The next generation of life scientists will be at the interface between biology, physics, mathematics and computer science. To prepare students for this transition, CENTURI is setting up interdisciplinary Masters and Doctorate level training programmes.
In this context, CENTURI proposes to create a Graduate School and to set up training programmes at both Masters and PhD levels.
Students are recruited by members of CENTURI's partner institutes and will participate in interdisciplinary projects. The training community is formed by a large group of mathematicians, computer scientists, physicists and biologists working in synergy.
To promote interdisciplinary links between Physics, Engineering, Computational sciences and Biology at the Masters level, we are proud to introduce two new Master programmes : MSc in Physics of Complex Systems and MSc in Computational & Mathematical Biology. We believe that a strong disciplinary background in formal sciences is nowadays crucial to undertake the challenge of modelling living systems. Thus, we aim at attracting new students in physics, maths and computer sciences. We will reinforce their knowledge and skills in their specific field while drawing them to biology through dedicated courses within their disciplinary training.
CENTURI has its own PhD programme. We grant several annual fellowships for talented and highly motivated students interested in interdisciplinary approaches to decipher biological processes.
Students with a background in biology, physics, engineering, applied mathematics or computer sciences, are highly encouraged to apply. The PhD programme includes specific interdisciplinary training and personal mentorship in a network spirit.
CENTURI provides training courses to PhD students.