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PHD M/F 3D printing by photopolymerization

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General information

Reference : UMR7361-JACLAL-002
Workplace : MULHOUSE
Date of publication : Monday, May 18, 2020
Scientific Responsible name : jacques lalevée
Type of Contract : PhD Student contract / Thesis offer
Contract Period : 36 months
Start date of the thesis : 1 October 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : 2 135,00 € gross monthly

Description of the thesis topic

Phd student in 3D printing by photopolymerization. The project focuses on the study of a mass photopolymerization process, using an original multifunctional macroAmorceur that induces a micro phase separation (PIMPS process), which is intended to be directed towards 3D printing. To do this, we will explore various photopolymerization strategies and develop appropriate characterization techniques, in situ, and resolved in time to track the evolution of polymerization and morphology, from the initial solution to the final material under the conditions closest to the application; thus highlighting the Synthesis/Structuring relationship. The study will be completed by the correlation Structure/ Properties on the final materials obtained by photo-polymerization and 3D printing, to highlight the impact of macromolecular architecture and morphology on the mechanical properties and stability of non-reticulated samples.

Work Context

The thesis will be carried out at the Institute of Materials Science in Mulhouse (IS2M).

The Mulhouse Institute of Materials Science (IS2M) is a joint CNRS-University of Haute-Alsace research unit (UMR 7361). Due to its multidisciplinary nature, its scientific impact and its interactions with other fields, the laboratory constitutes one of the structuring forces of the Materials landscape and their applications in the academic and industrial world, both at regional and national level. IS2M was able to define its identity and gain an indisputable visibility in the international landscape of highly competitive research.

IS2M owes its fame to the excellence of its research, the scientific influence of its Researchers and Lecturers-Researchers and the high professionalism of the staff supporting the research. It also owes it to the attractiveness of the training courses in which Research Teachers are involved and to the professional success of its Doctoral and Post-doctoral students.

In particular, the Institute aims to be a major player in the development of innovative processes and processes for synthesis, shaping, functionalization and biofunctionalisation, in the development of characterization methods (specific and/or tailor-made), in the study of the mechanisms of interactions between a surface and its environment and in the study of correlations of properties at different scales.

The IS2M brings together more than 160 people. There are 92 permanent researchers including 20 CNRS researchers, 44 lecturers-researchers, 23 ITA CNRS, 5 BIATSS UHA and ~70 Phd students and post-doctoral students/year. IS2M is attached to two CNRS Institutes: mainly at the Institute of Chemistry and secondary at the Institute of Physics. Section 15 of the CNRS is the main section of the laboratory. The CNRS researchers are attached to sections 3, 11, 13, 14 and 15 and the teacher-researchers to sections 28, 31, 32, 33 and 62. In addition to this number, more than 100 trainees/year of BTS level at Master.

Constraints and risks

no particular constraints

Additional Information

attach CV, cover letter and 1 to 2 letters of recommendation

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