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Reference : UMR5026-FREBON0-066
Workplace : PESSAC,PESSAC
Date of publication : Thursday, October 15, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 1 January 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2648.79€ and 3054.06€ gross monthly depending on experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 5 to 10 years
In the frame of an ADEME project with CEA and SAFT, l'ICMCB aims to develop new thin films of hybride electrolyte (ceramic/polymer) by using a new process in collaboration with CTTC (Limoges).
The main objective consists to develop new hybride electrolytes having a thickness close to 30 µm, a good ionic conductivity (10-4-10-3 S.cm-1) well-adapted to an integration in all-solid-state Li battery.
The main missions are the following:
- To select, supply/synthesize hybride materials and to characterize them
- To synthesize in collaboration with CTTC electrolytic membranes by using a new process and to characterize their physico-chemical and electrochemical properties
- To regularly participate to meetings with other partners
Candidate profile : PhD in materials science with good skills in the field of ceramics, polymers and impedance spectroscopy
• A first experience in the field of electrolyte for all-solid-state would be greatly appreciated
• Excellent level in french and english languages
• Good writing skills
• Autonomy, curiosity, ability to work in a team
• Motivation to get new skills and knowledges
Founded in 1995, the lnstitute for Condensed Matter Chemistry of Bordeaux activities include both fundamental and applied research and focus on 3 domains : Solid State Chemistry, Materials Science and Molecular Science. ICMCB has extensive expertise in design, synthesis, shaping and characterisation of materials, with the goal to explore and optimise their functionalities. This wide scope and a large, complementary spectrum of methods available, generate fruitful synergies among our faculty (researchers, engineers and technical staff) - contributing to the outstanding reputation of the ICMCB.
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