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 Each year the LIO labEx offers numerous introductory research internships in LIO teams for students starting from L2, for periods of 2 months or more, based on the students' interests.
In 2024, the LIO will finance 22 months worth of gratification :
  • New effective interactions, gap equation in infinite matter and decomposition of the interaction into spin-isospin channels, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Non-standard black holes and Hawking radiation, 4-months IN2P3 internship
  • Search for CP violations in the top quark sector with CMS at the LHC, 4-months IN2P3 internship
  • Simulations targeting the constraints on and performances of possible detectors for FCC, in particular the evaluation of data rates and occupancies, and the definition of electronics needs, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Bohr Hamiltonian and core deformations, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Computation of oblique parameters and loop calculations, 2-months IP2I internship

In 2023, the LIO financed 12 internships worth 53 months of gratification.
  • Adaptation of phytoplankton organisms in context, 6-months LGL-TPE internship
  • Origins and disappearance of a founding lineage : euthycarcinoidea (Myriapods) of Triassic from the Vosges, 6-months LGL-TPE internship
  • Study of bird subfossils from Saint Helena, 6-months LGL-TPE internship
  • Optimization of target selection for the 4MOST cosmological survey, 4-months CRAL internship
  • Ultimate performance of aberration-free coronagraphy coupled with a black fringe mode for very high contrast imaging, 4-months CRAL internship
  • Numerical modeling of the propagation of cosmic rays in the Milky Way, 4-months CRAL internship
  • Machine learning for gravitational waves, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Probing the universe with gravitational waves, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Type la supernovae's standardization, 3,5-months IP2I internship
  • Hyperbolic spaces, unification, symmetry breaking in particle physics and cosmology, 3,5-months IP2I internship
  • Neutrino physics, 4-months IP2I internship

In 2022, the LIO financed 13 internships worth 55 months of gratification.
  • Testing the universality of leptons in the top quark sector with CMS at the LHC, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Exotic gravitational lenses to study the mass distribution at the heart of clusters, 5,5-months CRAL internship
  • Constraining quasar evolution using color-independent selection, 4-months CRAL internship
  • Adaptative convergences in primitive deuterostomes : cambrian vetulicolians and lower Ordovician's solutes of Morocco, 4,5-months LGL-TPE internship
  • Non-perturbative aspects of supersymmetric quantum field theories from dualities in strings theory, 4,5-months IP2I internship
  • Regularized spin-orbit interaction, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Precision physics, atomic and molecular physics, condensed matter, optic, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Analysis of the diversity of the oldest stylophore echinoderms (Miaolingian, Cambrian): paleoecological, paleogeographic and evolutionary implications, 4,5-months LGL-TPE internship
  • Development of data analysis tools dedicated to the search for the low energy CENNS signal with RICOCHET, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Analysis of the spectral spread function of the ELT/HARMONI spectrograph from calibration images and astrophysical observations, 2,5-months CRAL internship
  • Membrane adaptation in halophilic Archaea: mechanism and development of environmental proxies - Identification of lipids involved in adaptation to saline stress, 6-months LGL-TPE internship
  • Nucleosynthesis by p process: simulation of effective section measurement devices using the peak sum method, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Effect of Planetary Rotation on Subglacial Lake Dynamics, 4-months LPENSL internship
In 2021, the LIO financed 15 internships worth 62 months of gratification.
  • Improvement of a measuring instrument in a cryogenic environment, 5-months CRAL internship
  • Characterization in organic geochemistry of molecular signatures of the first flowering plants, 5-months LGL-TPE internship
  • Study of unconventional mass-independent fractionations as new process tracers in natural environments and in nuclear forensics, 5-months LGL-TPE internship
  • Paleobiology paleoecology and phylogeny of diplopods from Montceau les Mines, 5-months LGL-TPE internship
  • Scattered Supernova Imaging for the Roman Telescope Project, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Classification of gamma + b jet events and QCD multi jets events using deepneural networks, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Identification of the nature of very low energy background noise in the low-threshold cryogenic detectors of the EDELWEISS experiment, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Search for CP violations in the top quark sector with CMS at the LHC, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Formation of the first stars: collapse and fragmentation of primordial gas clouds, 5-months CRAL internship
  • Identify and characterize galaxy-galaxy lens systems in the deep fields of MUSE by their spatial proximity projected onto the sky. The student will make a systematic analysis of the best candidates and estimate the probability of this phenomenon for typical deep field galaxies MUSE, 4-months CRAL internship
  • Study of the performance of the SPHERE instrument using data from the large SHINE survey in order to prepare the SPHERE+ instrument, 4-months CRAL internship
  • Fluid dynamics of AntarcticSubglacial Lakes, 4-months LPENSL internship
  • Searching for physics beyond the Standard Model decaying into a top quark and a Higgs boson in the CMS experiment, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Study of the performance of the Alice-3 detector for the measurement of the tau and the search of axion-like particles, 4-months IP2I internship
  • Development of a gamma imaging algorithm applied to nuclear physics research 1-month IP2I internship
In 2020, the LIO financed 11 internships.
  • Paleoproductivity estimates during the PETM using nannofossil absolute abundances
  • Head morphology and masticatory parts in two groups of early insects
  • Deepening of a method for analyzing strontium isotope ratios, application to reference material and biological samples
  • Optical potentials for explosive nucleosynthesis
  • Search for CP violations in the top quark sector with CMS at the LHC
  • Optical integration and alignment of the 4MOST spectrograph
  • Can the porosity of dust grains in protoplanetary disks explain the thinness of the disks seen edge-on?
  • Optimization of an H-beam for protonium production
  • Participation in the analysis of LIGO/VIRGO data for the search for gravitational waves generated by coalescences of compact objects
  • Steller population Fundamental pre-requisites to analysis of large galaxies surveys
  • Modeling of dense hadronuclear matter with quark degrees of freedom
In 2019, the LIO financed 16 internships worth 65 months of gratification.
  • Spectral signatures of galactic winds in simulated galaxies
  • Impact of reionization on the formation of small galaxies
  • A new generation of stellar population models : spectra form the UV to the near infrared
  • Use neural networks to generate images; circumstellar environment
  • Study of an exceptional fossil: a 30 million year old passeriform
  • Bolboporites, an enigmatic fossil from the Upper Ordovician: calcareous algae or primitive echinoderm?
  • Hydrogen-deuterium interdiffusion in terrestrial and extraterrestrial hydrated minerals
  • Influence of host dust on the color of Type la Supernovae
  • Tests of Lorentz invariance and CPT in the quark sector with CMS at the LHC
  • Direct detection of WIMPs
  • Concentration, transmission and reception of data on FPGA and 10G/40G link
  • Study of azimuthal correlations between the meson and charged hadrons in high multiplicity proton-proton collisions at ?sNN=13TeV
  • Search for a second low-mass Higgs boson and/or measurement of the properties of the Higgs boson
  • In search of composite models of the Higgs
  • Mirror optimization for advanced Virgo
  • Stellar population Fundamental pre-requisites to analysis of large galaxies surveys