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Reference : UMR7588-MATMIV-003
Workplace : PARIS 05
Date of publication : Friday, January 08, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 15 months
Expected date of employment : 1 March 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : 2500 to 3000 euros before taxes upon experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : Indifferent
In collaboration with an investor, the Nanostructures and Optics group is developing a technology based on nanophotonics to create anti-counterfeit tags. Counterfeited goods represent a parallel market of several tens of billions of euros per year and have possible implications for the safety of citizens in many domains. Examples include the aeronautics and pharmaceutical industries. Having an authentication system that cannot be copied but is nevertheless easy to manufacture and identify by anyone would be a real game-changer for securing goods, medicine, tools, and so on.
Based on this idea, we are currently developing such a system that could be applied to countless goods and technologies. For that purpose, we need a research chemical engineer specializing in surface and adhesion chemistry to help us develop our anti-counterfeiting system.
The successful candidates will be involved in an interdisciplinary project, with research being conducted at the interface between surface chemistry and Nanophotonics.
Profile: Ideal candidates will have a strong interest in interdisciplinary and collaborative research, a proven track record, and skills complementary to ours.
Skills of interest include:
Surface chemistry (mandatory)
Adhesion physics (mandatory)
Strong experimental expertise (mandatory)
Nanophotonics would be a plus
International candidates are strongly encouraged to apply - speaking French is NOT a requirement.
Working place : INSP, CNRS, Sorbonne University.
Group : nanostructures and optics
Supervision : Bruno Gallas, Mathieu Mivelle
Constraints and risks
Keywords: Surface Chemistry, Adhesion Physics, Ligand and Covalent Bounds, Nanophotonics.
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