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Reference : UPR8001-BRUWAT-003
Workplace : TOULOUSE
Date of publication : Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 11 October 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2648 and 3054€ gross monthly depending on experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
The candidate will be recruited in the framework of the ANR Paraperf project dedicated to high performance in handisport in view of the preparation of French athletes for the 2024 Paralympic Games. For this, he/she will use the experimental platform of movement analysis located at the CREPS Midi-Pyrénées as well as a set of embedded materials designed for the project. His/her work will be carried out in synergy with all the partners involved in this project and in particular those of working group 2 (Clément Ader Institute, French Handisport Federation, etc.). The person recruited may be required to travel to France to participate in athletes' training courses.
I/ Main tasks :
Experimental study of handisport performance:
i) Analysis of athletes' movement.
ii) Analysis of force/speed profiles.
iii) Study of athletes' dynamics.
II/ Secondary tasks :
- Teamwork and travel are to be expected for the experimentations in collaboration with the project partners.
- Writing of scientific articles and communication of the project work.
- Matlab and/or Python programming languages.
- Solid state mechanics.
- Biomechanics of human movement.
- Fluency in English is essential.
The person recruited will work in the Gepetto team, specialised in the movement of anthropomorphic systems at LAAS-CNRS (https://www.laas.fr/). The laboratory located in Toulouse benefits from a rich and stimulating scientific environment. She will also benefit from working conditions specific to CNRS staff.
The contract will be for 12 months.
Le contrat sera de 12 mois.
Constraints and risks
The applicant will be funded by the ANR Paraperf budget (https://anr.fr/ProjetIA-19-STHP-0005)
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