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Reference : UPR8001-CHRVIA-002
Workplace : TOULOUSE
Date of publication : Friday, June 4, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 18 months
Expected date of employment : 16 September 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2088 and 2807 € gross monthly depending on degree and experience
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : Indifferent
The assignment is an 18-month fixed-term contract scheduled to start between September 15, 2021 and early October. The activities take place at the Laboratory of Analysis and Architecture of Systems located in Toulouse, an internationally renowned research center in the fields of computer science, robotics, automation and micro and nano systems.
Your mission will be to participate in the finalization of the electronic part of the payload.
- Understand the behavior of the payload and in particular the electronic architecture, and more generally understand the issues and associated needs,
- Set up experiments and carry out tests (with the electronics to be tested, laser diodes, photodiodes and laboratory measuring instruments) in order to finalize the embedded electronic board,
- analyse the results and possibly propose corrective solutions,
- Follow a task schedule and take part in project meetings,
- Produce and regularly present a summary of your work,
- write the associated documentation.
This position is intended for an engineer with a first experience or a beginner, specialized in electronics, and familiar with optoelectronics and programming (C and Labview). Ideally, you have the capacity and motivation to integrate yourself into a team and multidisciplinary themes. You have good analytical skills, you know how to demonstrate autonomy, and you have a taste for teamwork. Finally, you have already benefited from a first experience in the field of space engineering.
The project NIMPH is a nanosatellite led by the Centre Spatial Universitaire de Toulouse (CSUT) and involving several institutions which are Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier University, LAAS-CNRS, ISAE, and monitored by Thales Alenia Space via IRT St Exupéry and CNES. As part of this project, LAAS is centralizing the contributions of students from different institutions of the University of Toulouse to develop the payload, named EDMON (Erbium Doped Monitoring). The goal of this payload is to test the influence of solar radiation and more generally of the space environment on the performance (gain & noise figure) of three Erbium doped fiber optic amplifiers. In addition to these components which form the heart of the experiment, EDMON offers the possibility of testing many other optoelectronic devices as well as the associated electronic circuits. The technical choices that will lead to the integration of the Engineering model of the EDMON payload have almost all been made today.
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