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postdoc fluid/solid waste reduction (U. Limerick, Ireland)

Dear colleagues,

I have a postdoc opening in the MACSI research group<https://ulsites.ul.ie/macsi/> at the University of Limerick, Ireland.  The project is mathematical modelling for fluid/solid mechanics, focusing on applications where we can reduce waste and/or improve sustainability – possible topics include glass/metal manufacture, battery technology and solar cell design.

I would appreciate if you could share the advert with your research groups and anyone in your networks who may be interested.  The full job ad and application form are at http://ul.ie/hrvacancies/(search Research + mathematics), informal enquiries to doireann.okiely@ul.ie.

Many thanks,
Doireann

​Doireann O’Kiely
Department of Maths & Stats
University of Limerick
www.doireannokiely.com/<https://www.doireannokiely.com/>
​Pronouns: she, her, hers

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postdoc Turbulence d’onde (Lab. Lagrange, Nice)

Postdoctoral position on Wave Turbulence at Laboratoire 
J.L. Lagrange, Université Côte d’Azur, Nice, France

Waves are common and important in a vast number of physical 
systems, from quantum to cosmological scales. Because of non-linearity, waves at different scales interact with each other, 
transferring energy along scales in a cascade process known as 
wave turbulence. This postdoc project aims at providing numerical 
and theoretical support to two experimental groups of the Simons 
Collaboration Wave Turbulence working on inertia-gravity waves. 
https://gkrstulovic.gitlab.io/post/postdoc-position-avail-simons/

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postdoc Institut de Mécanique et d’Ingénierie Aix-Marseille

Bonjour,

Comme l’année dernière, notre institut de Mécanique et d’Ingénierie d’Aix-Marseille Université ouvre en Sept./Oct. 2021, jusqu’à 4 financements de post-doctorants pour une durée de 12 mois.
Les informations sont disponibles via les liens ci-dessous et les candidats sont invités à prendre contact avec les porteurs de sujet :

La date limite de candidature est le 18 Juin 2021.

En vous remerciant par avance,
Bien cordialement,

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Post-doc « (De-)wetting in nanocomposites for energy harvesting », ILM (Lyon)

Voir l’annonce en PJ

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ATER univ G.Eiffel

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Un poste d’ATER 28eme est ouvert au recrutement à l’université Gustave Eiffel (Champs-Sur-Marne).
Le dépôt des candidatures est dématérialisés et a pour date limite le 31 mai 2021.L’enseignement (192h) se fera au sein de l’institut francilien des sciences appliquées (IFSA), essentiellement en 1ère et 2ème année de la licence Physique Chimie.La recherche s’intégrera dans une des équipes de recherche en physique des matériaux de l’université Gustave Eiffel Pour plus d’informations voire la fiche jointe.
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Postdoc « Nanofluidics » à l’ILM (Lyon)

Dear colleagues,

A junior post-doc position is available at iLM to investigate «  Transport properties of nanoconfined liquid films adsorbed on monolayer graphene »: https://bit.ly/3dv03Ry .

Do not hesitate to apply or to communicate the offer to potential candidates. All the best, Anne-Laure Biance

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postdoc Mécanique de micro-capsules (BMBI UTC)

poste de postdoctorat à pourvoir au laboratoire BMBI à l’UTC. Il porte sur l’étude du comportement mécanique de microcapsules par approche microfluidique/microrhéologique.

La date limite est à ce jour fixée au 11 mai.

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Postdoc transport masse/chaleur dans les arbres (PIAF)

Le PIAF (Physique et Physiologie de l’Arbre)  propose une position de Post-Doc de 2 ans sur la modélisation de transport de masse et de chaleur au sein de branches lors d’épisode de gel. Nous cherchons donc un physicien  ayant déjà une competence en transport de masse et de chaleur par elements finis. Des notions d’homogeneisation ou de milieu triphasiques seraient un plus.

Serait-il possible de faire passer l’annonce auprès du réseau.

En vous remerciant

Eric

******  eric.badel@inrae.fr  *********** 
BADEL Eric 
UMR INRA-UCA 547 PIAF 
Integrative Physics and Physiology of Trees in Fluctuating environments

INRA Site de Crouel 
5 chemin de Beaulieu 
63100 Clermont-Ferrand – France 
tel: (33) 4 43 76 14 02 
GPS: N 45.77482° E 3.14414° 

https://www6.inrae.fr/gdr-sciences-du-bois

https://www6.clermont.inrae.fr/piaf_eng/About/Teams/MECA 
https://www6.clermont.inrae.fr/piaf_eng/Methods-and-Models/X-ray-microtomography 
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Postdoc in LMA, CINaM, IUSTI on structural organization of red blood cells

Veillez trouvez une offre de post-doc en pj proposée par les laboratoires LMA, CINaM et IUSTI dans le cadre de l’appel de l’Institut Centuri à Marseille. Le sujet s’intitulé « structural organization of red blood cell suspensions under flows  in health and sickle cell disease ». Merci par avance pour votre aide

Bien cordialement
Emilie Franceschini

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Emilie Franceschini, Chargée de recherche CNRS
Laboratoire de Mécanique et d’Acoustique
LMA – CNRS UMR 7031
4 impasse Nikola TESLA
CS 40006
13453 MARSEILLE CEDEX 13
Tel bureau: 33 4 84 52 42 86
Tel salle manip: 334 84 52 59 49
Email: franceschini@lma.cnrs-mrs.fr
webpage: http://www.lma.cnrs-mrs.fr/spip.php?auteur14

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2 postdocs (Experimental / Computational) colloidal suspensions (Cornell)


Open Experimental Postdoc Position: Hormozi Research Group, Cornell University 
 

A full-time experimental post-doctoral researcher position is immediately available in the group of Prof. Sarah Hormozi at Cornell University (https://www.cheme.cornell.edu/faculty-directory/sarah-hormozi). 

The project will involve flows of dense non-Brownian suspensions, colloidal suspensions and active matter. Candidates are sought in all technical subdisciplines of soft matter physics and optical physics with a strong background and publication. The position requires familiarity with setting up and working with optical devices from scratch, i.e., skills such as Particle Image Velocimetry, Particle tracking Velocimetry, Advanced Microscopy. The main objective is to establish and set up a new lab at Cornell University and get involved in various fundamental research projects. Cornell University offers an intellectually stimulating environment with excellent facilities. Incredibly exciting is the opportunity for the candidate to interact with outstanding faculty on campus and scientists at other universities in the areas of soft matter physics and fluid mechanics. The successful candidate will benefit from the ongoing experimental projects at the Hormozi’s lab, research institutes such as the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (https://www.cnf.cornell.edu/) and the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (https://www.chess.cornell.edu/).  

This is expected to be a one-year position. However, an additional year will be considered contingent on project performance and funding.  To apply, please send a CV, names of three references, and up to three representative publications to Prof. Sarah Hormozi (hormozi@cornell.edu) with the subject“Hormozi Group: Experimental Postdoc

Position.”  Open Computational Postdoc Position: Hormozi Research Group, Cornell University  A full-time post-doctoral researcher position is immediately available in the group of Prof. Sarah Hormozi at Cornell University (https://www.cheme.cornell.edu/faculty-directory/sarah-hormozi). The project will involve flows of dense non-Brownian suspensions. Candidates are sought in all technical subdisciplines of computational rheology and soft matter physics with a strong background and publication record in theoretical and computational research. The candidate is expected to bring enthusiasm, deep thinking, broad curiosity, and creativity to the project.   Cornell University offers an intellectually stimulating environment with excellent facilities. Incredibly exciting is the opportunity for the candidate to interact with outstanding faculty on campus and scientists at other universities in the areas of soft matter physics and fluid mechanics. The project will particularly be carried out in a collaborative fashion with Professors Donald Koch (CBE Cornell) and Franck Radjai (CNRS, University of Montpellier, France). Although the project is purely computational and theoretical, the successful candidate will benefit from the ongoing experimental projects at the Hormozi’s lab, research institutes such as the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (https://www.cnf.cornell.edu/) and the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (https://www.chess.cornell.edu/) and collaborating with scientists in experimental physics, notably Professors Guillaume Ovarlez (CNRS, University of Bordeaux, France) and Annie Colin (CNRS, ESPCI, France).  This is expected to be a two-year position, with the second year contingent on project performance and funding.  

To apply, please send a CV, names of three references, and up to three representative publications to Prof. Sarah Hormozi (hormozi@cornell.edu) with the subject“Hormozi Group Computational Postdoc Position.”