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Reference : UMR7315-GAEDEL-002
Workplace : LIMOGES
Date of publication : Friday, January 11, 2019
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 1 April 2019
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2530 € and 3509 € regarding the candidate's experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent
The researcher will work in the Research Institute on Ceramics located in Limoges (France) (IRCER, UMR 7315 CNRS) with researchers from axis 1 "Ceramic processes" and axis 3 "Structural multi-scale organisation of materials". This laboratory is nationally and internationally reknown for ots activity in the domain of ceramics and related pocesses. The project is based on the elaboration of oxide ceramics and glasses by innovative processes developped in the laboratory for optical applications (fibers).
The researcher will be in charge of:
- the development of the processes for the realisation of glass and ceramic materials.
- the characterizations of the materials
- the management of this project.
Activities of this project will be associated to an important elaboration/synthesis of raw materials, the shaping of the different oxide materials by innovative processes and characterizations (thermal, structural, microstructural, etc).
The candidate will get a PhD degree in Materials Science and Engineering with a great sense of creativity and autonomy. Knowledges in ceramic/glass materials, optical properties or ceramic processes will be appreciated.
The candidate will be located at the Research Institute on Ceramics (UMR 7315 CNRS, 200 people) in Limoges in collaboration with the photonic team of the XLIM laboratory (UMR 7252 CNRS, Limoges).
The IRCER laboratory is made of 4 researh teams:
Axis 1: Ceramic processes
Axis 2: Plasmas and lasers processes
Axis 3: Structural multi-scale organisation of materials
Axis 4: Ceramics under environmental constraints
and an important characterizations platform (Carmalim).
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