Students* (MSc2, PhD), PostDocs: 150€

Academics & Members of public institutions: 250€

Professionals: 1500€

Application deadline:

May 2, 2018.

Notification of acceptance by

May 15, 2018.

Important guidelines for applications: 

1. Click on the link above (opening soon) that will redirect you to the CMT3 application system.

2. Click on “Create Account”.

3. You will receive an email to confirm your address. 

4. Once you logged in to CMT3, on the Author Console click on “Create new submission”. 

On the form:

– Please indicate your motivation for applying to the summer school (one sentence) in the “Title” section.

– Verify your contact details in the “Primary contact” section; please do not add a “co-authors”.

– Upload your CV in the “Files” section; motivation letter (optional) can be merged with the CV.

– Fill in the answers to the “Additional questions” section.

– In this section you will be able to propose a poster. 

– Click on “Submit” to send your application; you can edit your application before May, 2, 2018. 

5. Your application will then be reviewed by the organizers, you will receive a notification of acceptance email on May, 15, 2018 that will invite you to proceed with your final registration on this website and payment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Will the language of the summer school be German, French or English?
A: The language of the summer school is English, including application, communication, courses & talks, posters.

Q: What does the registration fee include?
A: The registration fee covers the courses, talks, special and poster sessions (the latter come with appetizer), coffee breaks, lunch, welcoming cocktail, banquet, shuttle bus option at the end of every day to Massy/Paris.

Q: What background is needed to follow the courses?
A:  The courses are planned to be maximally self-contained. Attending the summer school requires/assumes a basic knowledge of probability theory, linear algebra and analysis. Some programming skill is also needed for the in-depth tutorials with practical sessions; exact requirements for each tutorial will be published soon.

Q: Is a poster presentation considered as a decisive factor?
A: The primary goal of the poster sessions is to foster interaction; submitting a tentative poster title and abstract is valued positively.

Payment will be processed after acceptance.

*MSc2: last year master students, graduating by August 2018.