The directory of our Master’s, Doctoral and Postdoctoral students.
Information on enrolment at GERAD as well as the background of some of our students.
So, where are they now? Profiles showing how students’ careers have developed once their time at GERAD has come to an end.
Studying at GERAD
GERAD is home to some 450 graduate students (Master’s, Doctoral and Postdoctoral). Each year, it also sees 150 students graduate at these different levels, covering all theoretical and applied area of data science.
More details and profiles of current students are available in the Prospective Students section. Our Job Offers section also regularly lists projects that are actively seeking students at different levels.
Life at the Research Centre
Once administrative issues have been resolved, and following a request from their research director (a GERAD member), students can access all services at our Centre depending on their particular needs and availability:
- Provision of an office;
- Access to GERAD’s internal network (Internet account, computing grids, etc.);
- Training courses (LaTex, scientific article writing, Python, R, etc.);
- Internal fellowship competitions;
- Potential contributions to research presentation trips;
- Specialized library;
- First experience of scientific publication through the Cahiers de recherche du GERAD;
- Early notice of internships and job offers through our Job Offers section and our internal publications.
GERAD also has an active student associations whose representatives are:
Doctoral students' representative
Student seminar coordinator
You can contact them directly to learn more about life at the Centre as well as events organized by the association.
News and activities
In particular, you can find all the seminars, colloquia, training courses, grants and competitions as well as upcoming defences. The main events and honours affecting the life of the Centre are also highlighted there.
All good things must come to an end, and GERAD also offers the option of presenting thesis or dissertation defences on its premises. Several members of the student community opt for this solution.