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    Nice experience

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    Former Employee - PhD Candidate  in  Rennes (France)
    Former Employee - PhD Candidate in Rennes (France)

    I worked at Inria as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    I stayed at INRIA (Rennes, FR) for two months for a PhD internship related to an European project (I was paid by the project).
    I worked in a small team and the experience was good and productive.
    Colleagues were nice.
    Nice and new building, placed in a campus right outside the city.
    You can easily move by bike, thanks to the fantastic public bike service.
    All around there's green and hills, good place for walks (when it doesn't rain, see below).

    Cons

    The weather! In less than one hour I often experienced (in order): rain, sun, cloud, hailstorm, sun, rain. And it was summer (June-July).
    People are generally quite reserved, especially if you don't speak French.
    Food in the cafeteria is quite of poor quality.

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Inria Interviews

Updated Aug 28, 2014
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    Post Doctoral Researcher Interview

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    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 3 months - interviewed at Inria in April 2013.

    Interview Details

    I had applied for a post-doctoral researcher position in one of the Inria lab, by following their advertisement in dbworld forum. I had contacted the hiring manager by sending my latest resume, research statement and the transcript of my PhD study. Later I was contacted by the manager for an online interview process over skype. The interview went for 2 hours. In the interview I was basically asked questions about my PhD research topic. I was also asked about my understanding about the current project in which I would be hired and about my learnings from projects that I was a part of in the past. Moreover it was a very informal discussion and I enjoyed it thoroughly.

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    • When I was asked about few very finer technical details about a project, which I was a part of 6 years ago.   Answer Question
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    The salary is standardized there is no way to negotiate!
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Established in 1967, Inria is the only only public research body fully dedicated to computational sciences which combines computer sciences with mathematics.Inria has 3,449 researchers which integrate basic research with applied research and invent digital technologies of the future.

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