The CEMPI funds each year master's students wishing to spend three to six months in one of its partner laboratories (Paul Painlevé or PhLAM) to work on
a research project closely linked to the CEMPI research themes. The work can serve for the student's master report in his home institution.
Applications should be sent no later than January 31, 2017 : CV, the certified academic record of their university studies, plus a letter of motivation to the person in charge of the internship. The CEMPI executive committee will select the successful candidates by February 2017. The internships are expected to start in March or April 2017.