A Guide for the doctoral student in Brittany - How to do a doctoral thesis in Brittany - (Page 8)

2.4 MATISSE Mathematics, Telecommunications, Computer Science, Signal, Systems, and Electronics Doctoral School / Mathématiques, Télécommunications, Informatique, Signal, Systèmes, Electronique The MATISSE Doctoral School covers the French “directions scientifiques” 1 and 9 - Mathematics and its interactions, and Information and communication science and technology. It is the subject of joint accreditation between 7 establishments: > the Université de Rennes 1, > the Université de Rennes 2, > TELECOM Bretagne, > INSA de Rennes, > Agrocampus Ouest, > ENS Cachan (Brittany campus), > and Supélec (Rennes campus). The MATISSE Doctoral School is constructed on the base of Rennes’ 4 main research laboratories within the fields of information and communication science and technology and mathematics: > the Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Sciences Appliquées (IRISA) (UMR CNRS INRIA), > the Institut d’Électronique et Télécommunications de Rennes (IETR) (UMR CNRS), > the Institut de Recherche en Mathématiques de Rennes (IRMAR) (UMR CNRS), > and the Laboratoire de Traitement du Signal et de l’Image (LTSI) (INSERM unit). >> Director: Prof. Olivier BONNAUD / E-mail: olivier.bonnaud@univ-rennes1.fr École Doctorale MATISSE - Université de Rennes 1 - Avenue du Général Leclerc - Bâtiment 11D >> Campus de Beaulieu - 35042 Rennes Cedex Tel. 33 (0)2 23 23 59 19 / Fax: 33 (0)2 23 23 56 57 / E-mail: edm@univ-rennes1.fr Website: www.matisse.univ-rennes1.fr http://www.matisse.univ-rennes1.fr

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Contents
1. UNIVERSITÉ EUROPÉENNE DE BRETAGNE
2. DOCTORAL SCHOOLS IN BRITTANY
2.1 SHOS
2.2 ALL
2.3 SHS
2.4 MATISSE
2.5 SICMA
2.6 EDSM
2.7 VAS
2.8 SDLM
2.9 International Doctoral College
3. ADMITTANCE TO A DOCTORAL SCHOOL
3.1 General presentation
3.2 Financial support for doctoral students
3.3 Request for special dispensation for thesis registration
4. THESIS PROCEDURE
4.1 General presentation
4.2 Thesis charter
4.3 Joint doctoral supervision
4.4 Introduction to teaching in higher education
4.5 Doctoral students as research assistants in business
4.6 Social welfare
4.7 Doctoral training
4.8 Duration of the thesis
5. THESIS DEFENCE / ORAL EXAMINATION
5.1 Thesis defence authorisation & the board of examiners
5.2 Cover of the thesis
6. INTERNATIONAL OPENNESS
6.1 International Office contacts
6.2 European Doctoral Student
6.3 International ‘cotutelle’ (joint research supervision) doctorates
7. AFTER THE THESIS
8. DOCUMENTATION, REPORTS, AND STUDIES

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