The Research Program for International Talents gives undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students from international partner universities of the École polytechnique the opportunity to complete a 3- to 6-month research project in one of the laboratories.
Each year in October, the International Affairs Office sends a call for applications to the laboratories of the Ecole Polytechnique and, at the end of November at the latest, the research subjects are listed below. Find out more about the selection process here.
Located in the heart of the Saclay research cluster, the l'X laboratories offer the chance to work on cutting-edge research topics in a highly internationalized environment.
With 23 research facilities devoted to 8 major specialized or transverse fields, 600 researchers and a €95-million research budget, l'X is ranked 66th in the world for the scientific impact of its publications and for the number of articles co-authored with international institutions (Leiden ranking).
Please note that the research subjects presented below are valid for the academic year 2024. Research subjects are updated at the end of November at the latest each year.
|Development of Compact Electron Focussing and Deflecting Devices|
Audrey Auffrant & Ingrid Popovici
Arezki Boudaoud & Stéphanie Drevensek
Benjamin Doerr & Martin Krejca
Claudia D'Ambrosio & Sharon Di
|Contemporary Japanese Philosophy: Nishida's Existentialism and Buddhist Pessimism||Jean-Pierre Bessis||X02|
It is possible to apply for a subject not listed above, developed as part of a collaboration and with the agreement of the tutor and the Research Program coordinators. In this case, please select the "Specific subject defined with the supervisor" option in the application form.