A SECOND RECRUITMENT CAMPAIGN IS NOW OPEN FOR 2 PhD POSITIONS (PhD 08 and PhD 13) and ONE PROJECT MANAGER POSITION (PM)
A brief discription of each Position can be found below
You recently got a Master in Material Science or Engineering, and you are looking for a PhD Position, we are still searching for 2 of the brightest young minds. Have a look on PhD 08 and PhD 13
You recently got a PhD in Material Science or Engineering, and you are looking for a Project Manager Position, we are still searching for a well organised young mind. Have a look on PM
PM (Project Manager) - Assist the General Coordinator in the management of CESAREF project
Managing the day-to-day operational aspects. Ensuring proper communication between the 15 beneficiaries and 10 associated partners and with the different boards, the EU Project Officer and CNRS administrative departments. Having a clear picture of deliverables and timelines. Ensuring coordination among all partners. Ensuring completion of project documentation. Assisting partners for administrative implementation. Keeping track of the budget of 4.1 M€. Organizing project meetings, trainings sessions, and secondments for 15 PhD students and all related events (lectures, facility visits, e-trainings etc). Following-up exploitation, dissemination and open science actions Implementing communication actions (newsletter writing, project’s website update, interviews, public engagement etc.). Preparing (when necessary) amendments to the grant agreement.
A 48 Months PM Contract starting in October 2022 and supervised between IRCER-Limoges (France).
PhD 08 - Discrete Element Method to support microstructure design of refractories
To conduct developments of numerical tools based on the discrete element method (DEM) for investigation of the relationships between microstructure and thermomechanical properties of model materials. These developments include debounding, thermomechanical coupling, crack-closure and anisotropic behaviours. These developments will lead to a “virtual numerical lab” able to provide tensile, dilatometry, fracture mechanics or thermal shock virtual tests for virtual characterizations. The related developments will be integrated to the free DEM software GranOO.
PhD 13 - Performance prediction and reusability/recyclability assessment of refractory materials using online sensoring, machine learning and digital decision-making tools
Targeting to reuse refractory components from continuous casting process in safe condition, thermo-chemico-mechanical properties need to be estimated with non-destructive testing. Pertinent monitoring approach must be developed, first at laboratory scale, before field implementation. Machine learning methods will be evaluated to select the most viable for predicting thermo-chemical/mechanical properties of refractories based on non-destructive testing values.
ABOUT DOING A PHD WITHIN MARIE SKLODOWSKA-CURIE ACTIONS
AS A PHD APPLICANT IN 2022, WHAT CAN YOU LEARN FROM FORMER PHD STUDENTS INVOLVED WITH SISTER PROJECT ATHOR (2017-2022)?
What can you learn from Diana?
Diana VITIELLO was the PhD1 within ATHOR (www.etn-athor.eu). She has defended her PhD at the University of Limoges in April 2021. She is now R&D and Laboratory Manager at IFB REFRACTORIES (France) LinkedIn
What can you learn from Robert?
What can you learn from Farid?
Farid ASADI was the PhD3 within ATHOR (www.etn-athor.eu). He has defended his PhD at the University of Limoges in June 2021. He is now Post-Doctoral Researcher at Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (France). LinkedIn