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Reference : UMR7590-BRUMOA-001
Workplace : PARIS,PARIS 05
Date of publication : Friday, October 16, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 16 November 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2150 and 2589 € /month (gross salary) according to experience
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
You will be responsible for the operation, management and maintenance of PVD (Sputtering and E-Beam) and other deposition equipment (plastic deposition, optical microscope, profilometer, micro-manipulators), the development and manufacture of samples (various deposits of several microns of different materials such as iron alloys, silicates, metals, etc.; polymer deposits; flash deposit of a few hundred nm of metals).
- Operation of a target manufacturing laboratory for experiments under extreme conditions
- Support for PVD deposition and evaporation frame machines.
- Target control: appearance and dimensional checks to verify compliance with the expressed demand
- Development of mechanical systems for holding these samples, mounting targets using assembly techniques (micromanipulators, microscopes, bonding under UV source)
- Precision cutting, polishing, gluing, micro drilling.
- Design and monitoring of the achievement of complex targets
- Documentation implementation: file management and drafting of technical documents
- Day-to-day management: classification and storage of targets, equipment maintenance, supply of consumables
F / M, you hold an engineering background (generalist, mechanics, materials engineering, chemistry) or hold a thesis (materials science, physics). Exceptional cases at a lower level of study may be considered.
You have good general knowledge:
- in materials science and instrumental techniques.
- principles and application of vacuum techniques and their measurement.
- Experience in vacuum deposition techniques and characterization of thin layers is an asset.
Notions of use of control / command and / or mechanical and / or electrotechnical software would be a plus.
The IMPMC laboratory (Sorbonne University - CNRS - MNHN, Paris 75005) hosts the ERC project (European Research Council) PlanetDIVE (PI: G. Fiquet). This project began on January 1, 2016 for a period of six years and deals with the study of the planetary interiors of exoplanets, through an experimental approach implementing very high pressures and temperatures (pressures of around 100 - 500 GPa, temperatures up to 10,000 K). These experimental conditions are developed using static (diamond anvil cells) and dynamic (shocks and laser ramps) compression means. The fabrication of samples for compression experiments, and in particular the fabrication of laser targets, is a key point of the proposed experimental approach. Controlling the production of these samples remains a major stake for the success of the PlanetDIVE project, but also for other teams in the laboratory and on the Pierre and Marie Curie @ SU campus.
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