The Doctoral School on Molecular Nanoscience and Technology is an integral part of the Max-Planck-EPFL Center. It offers a unique opportunity for doctoral students toward cutting-edge research and a thorough training in the experimental methods and theoretical concepts at the intersection between nanoscale science and condensed matter physics, materials science, and bioengineering.


EDOC-MNST PhD students will be admitted to one of the participating doctoral programs at EPFL. Participating Doctoral Programs are EDPY-Physics, EDCH-Chemistry, EDMX-Materials Science and EDBB-Biotechnology and Bioengineering. Doctoral students will be selected according to the selection procedures of the participating doctoral programs. Enrolment in the EDOC-MNST program requires funding through one of the Center Joint Research Projects or through other projects funded jointly or individually by the Parties. The enrolled students must comply with the « Ordonance et Directives sur la formation doctorale à l'Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne ».






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