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Reference : UMR7361-JACLAL-005
Workplace : MULHOUSE
Date of publication : Monday, July 20, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 24 months
Expected date of employment : 1 October 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : from 2675,28 euros gross monthly according to experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent
Post-doctoral researcher in an industrial collaboration with a French SME:
1) Development of new photosensitive resins for high performance textiles.
2) development of a pilot in conjunction with the industrial partner
3) characterization of prepared materials and their evolution/stability over time
-development of photosensitive resins
-polymerisation monitoring upon irradiation
-scaling of laboratory solution on an industrial pilot present in the laboratory
- Optical microscopy to characterize fibre coating;
- monitors the photopolymerisation of long and short fibre composites
good knowledge in polymers and photopolymers
Knowledge of textiles/fibres is a plus.
Thesis in the field of photopolymers
This position is available at the institut of materials in Mulhouse (IS2M).
The Mulhouse Materials Science Institute (IS2M) is a CNRS-University mixed research unit located in Haute-Alsace (UMR 7361). Because of its multidisciplinary character, its scientific impact and the way it interacts with other fields, the laboratory represents one of the structuring forces in the field of Materials and their applications in the academic and industrial world, both at regional and national level. The IS2M has been able to define its identity and acquire unquestionable visibility on the highly competitive landscape of international research.
The IS2M owes its reputation to the excellence of its research, the scientific influence of its Researchers and Research Professors and the enormous professionalism of the research support staff. It also owes it to the attractiveness of the courses in which the Research Professors are involved and to the professional success of its PhD students and post-doctoral researchers.
This position is availble in the group of Prof. Jacques Lalevée.
in the context of an industrial collaboration, it will develop a photochemical process for the treatment of textile fibres and yarns.
Laboratory development up to the development of a pilot.
strong interactions with the industrial partner (report writing, team work...)
Constraints and risks
no particular risks (excluding chemical risks)
if possible, provide a recommendation letter
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