Postdoctoral fellowships

    Information on postdoctoral stays at CEMEF

    Every year, CEMEF offers post-doctoral opportunities on complex physical and digital themes in its research areas. Generally speaking, post-doctoral projects meet a specific objective. Indeed, they may aim to deepen knowledge and techniques mastered in an industrial context.  Or, they may focus on a more exploratory upstream theme. In any case, there is a great diversity in our post-doctoral proposals. This diversity stems in fact from the scientific multidisciplinarity of the centre's research teams.

    If you have defended your thesis and you wish to pursue it in an academic organization, it is undeniable that a post-doctoral project will enrich your scientific experience.

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    Doing your postdoc at CEMEF

    Recruitment is open to doctors. Usually the proposed projects have a duration of one year.

    Doing your post-doctorate at CEMEF means first of all that you will be joining one of CEMEF's research teams. You will be involved in the life of the team. But you will also have complete autonomy to manage the research associated with your subject. We will provide you with the computer and material resources you need to complete your project.

    You will also have the opportunity to publish and take part in conferences.

    Finally, you will receive a gross annual salary of approximately 36k€.

    Postdoctoral application

    Recruitment is open all year round depending on the projects to be filled. To apply, submit your application via the online form.

    Post-doctoral recruitment

    Here is the list of projects currently available:

    (last update: 26/03/2020)

    Modeling extruded polyolefin foaming.
    Keywords: Foaming – Extrusion, Microstructure, Modeling
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    Ongoing post-doctoral projects

    Here are the post-doctoral projects currently underway at CEMEF:

    • Jordan Biglione, MPI Team,
      To develop a hybrid technology between AFP and FDM additive manufacturing technologies for thermoplastic matrix parts.
    • Jean-Baptiste Charpentier, CSM, MPI, PSP Team,
      Multi-scale modeling of bonded assembly failure.
    • Baptiste Flipon, MSR Team,
      Carry out laboratory and microscopy tests, set up and use numerical methods of parameter acquisition and improve the material database of the DIGIMU software, providing support and training to industrial partners in the use of this tool.
    • Anselmo Soeiro Pereira, CFL Team,
      Rheology of dense suspension jets.
    • Gilles Tahan, BIO Team,
      Laser propulsion - preliminary definition of a demonstrator.
    • Thi-To-Loan Vo, BIO Team,
      Mechanical and thermal properties of new materials based on cellulose acetate.
    • Fangxin Zou BIO Team,
      Starch aerogels as a matrix for the controlled release of drugs.