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poste (Total) Ingénieur réservoir Microtomographie aux rayons X

on nous transmet cette offre de poste chez Total:

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/888992890/

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professeur : Physique du Non-Linéaire ou des Matériaux Quantiques (U. Diderot, Paris)

La partie « physique non-linéaire » peut être pertinente pour le GDR MePhy

Implantation de l’emploi demandé : UFR PHYSIQUE
Identification de l’emploi : UFR PHYSIQUE-302
Motif de vacance : DEMANDE DE CREATION DE POSTE

Nature de la publication : Poste de professeur 46.1 en Physique du Non-Linéaire ou des Matériaux Quantiques.

CLASSEMENT DE LA COMPOSANTE : 99

Section(s) CNU/ discipline 2ème degré / BAP: 28

Profil :
L’UFR de physique a développé une physique originale qui se déploie notamment dans deux directions. L’une, au sein du Laboratoire MSC, autour des phénomènes non-linéaires d’auto-organisation (dans les fluides, en géophysique, dans le vivant, etc), l’autre, au sein du Laboratoire MPQ, autour de la physique des matériaux quantiques, avec des applications en électronique et en optique quantique. Ces deux axes thématiques importants nécessitent d’être renforcés par un(e) professeur(e) dans une de ces deux disciplines toujours en expansion, afin d’y maintenir leur avance, tout en l’orientant vers des chemins nouveaux et originaux. Les candidatures, devront présenter un parcours scientifique de très haut niveau. Les candidat(e)s devront démontrer leur capacité à identifier des thématiques porteuses, mettre en place des projets nouveaux, ambitieux et prometteurs, animer ou co-animer une équipe, et développer des collaborations variées.

=> Contacts :
Laurent Limat, Laboratoire MSC, Matière et Systèmes Complexes, laurent.limat@univ-paris-diderot.fr
Cristiano Ciuti, Laboratoire MPQ, Matériaux et Phénomènes Quantiques, cristiano.ciuti@univ-paris-diderot.fr

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poste MCF au LPTMC : Physique aux interfaces / Systèmes désordonnés et phénomènes hors équilibre

Le Laboratoire de Physique Théorique de la Matière Condensée (LPTMC) de Sorbonne Université (campus Pierre et Marie Curie) devrait bénéficier de l’ouverture d’un poste de Maître de Conférences au printemps 2019 sur les sections 28 et 29. Ce poste est thématiquement fléché vers la mécanique statistique hors d’équilibre avec un profil très ouvert quant aux systèmes étudiés et aux concepts et aux méthodes employés.

Le LPTMC est structuré en trois pôles et le recrutement à venir concerne principalement les pôles 1 et 2: « Physique aux interfaces » et « Systèmes désordonnés et phénomènes hors équilibre ». Les problèmes étudiés au laboratoire et associés à ce profil concernent essentiellement: la dynamique vitreuse, les processus de recherche de cible, la physique du chromosome et les processus cellulaires, les systèmes avec interaction à longue portée, la turbulence de Navier-Stokes, les milieux granulaires, la physico-chimie des liquides complexes et les applications en géo-sciences, les processus de réaction-diffusion, le transport en milieux confinés, la physique de la matière active, etc. Les méthodes employées couvrent un large spectre allant des techniques analytiques aux simulations numériques.

Les candidat-e-s sont vivement encouragé-e-s à prendre contact avec le laboratoire pour définir un projet de recherche.
Les personnes à contacter (avec comme sujet du mail: « poste MCF au LPTMC ») sont:
Bertrand Delamotte, directeur du LPTMC (delamotte@lptmc.jussieu.fr)
Annick Lesne (lesne@lptmc.jussieu.fr)

Le poste n’a pas de fléchage particulier pour ce qui est de l’enseignement et s’effectuera donc aux niveaux Licence et Master au sein de l’UFR de Physique.

Pour rappel: la candidature à un poste de Maître de Conférences nécessite d’avoir la « qualification ». Voir:
https://www.galaxie.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/ensup/cand_qualification_droit_commun.htm

Nous vous invitons à diffuser le plus largement possible cette annonce.

Cordialement,
B. Delamotte

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Assistant (tenure-track) Position, Aerospace Engineering, U. Minnesota Twin Cities, USA

TENURE TRACK POSITION IN AEROSPACE STRUCTURES AND ADVANCED MATERIALS
Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics
University of Minnesota Twin Cities

The Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics (AEM) seeks to fill one tenure-track faculty position in Aerospace Structures and Advanced Materials (ASAM).  Researchers engaged in the development of innovative experimental methods are particularly encouraged to apply, but applications are invited in all areas of the mechanics of solids.  Current research in the AEM department includes the development of nanoscale mechanics (molecular dynamics, lattice statics, quasicontinuum method, applied quantum mechanics) and continuum mechanics (phase transformations, phase field models, micromagnetics, stability and bifurcation) for the understanding and discovery of advanced materials and structures. The AEM department has close ties with on-campus multidisciplinary centers, and convenient access to outstanding shared experimental and computational facilities, such as the Minnesota Nano Center, the Characterization Facility, the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, and the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute. Information about the department is available at http://www.aem.umn.edu/

Applicants must have an earned doctorate in a related field by the date of appointment. The successful candidate is expected to have the potential to conduct vigorous and significant research programs and the ability to collaborate with researchers with a wide range of viewpoints from around the world. This candidate will participate in all aspects of the Department’s mission, including (I) teaching undergraduate and graduate courses to a diverse group of students in aerospace engineering and mechanics; (II) participating in service activities for the department, university, broader scientific community, and society; and (III) supervising undergraduate and graduate students and developing an independent, externally-funded, research program.

The intent is to hire at the assistant professor rank. However, exceptional applicants may be considered for higher rank and tenure depending upon experience and qualifications. It is anticipated that the appointment will begin fall 2019.

The AEM department is committed to the goal of achieving a diverse faculty as a way to maximize the impact of its teaching and research mission. The University of Minnesota provides equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. To learn more about equity & diversity at UMN, visit diversity.umn.edu.

To be considered for this position, candidates must apply on-line at: https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs and search for Job ID No. 326059; OR Visit: https://z.umn.edu/3odn

Application Deadline:  The initial screening of applications will begin on December 1, 2018; applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

 

 

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Associate/Full Professor, Solid Mechanics, Oxford University, UK

Dear Colleague

We currently have a post available for an Associate Professor/Professor in Solid Mechanics/Materials Engineering at Oxford. The post also includes a Teaching Fellowship at Christ Church College. I would be grateful if you could bring this post to the attention of anybody who you think might be interested in the position.We are interested in receiving applications from junior academics through to academics who have fully established themselves on the international stage (at Oxford, Associate Professor is the entry level faculty position, and we essentially have two levels of appointment- Associate Professor and Professor).

The advertisement states that preference MAY be given to candidates with research interests consistent with the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) in Solid Mechanics.This should be viewed as a tie breaker. We are interested in receiving applications from candidates with research interests in any area of solid mechanics and materials engineering – which we interpret broadly.

We are particularly interested in receiving applications from good female candidates.

I would be happy to discuss the post with anybody that might be interested in applying.

Applications can be made through the following link:

http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/jobs/current-vacancies/vacancy/132523-Associate-Professor-of-Engineering-Science-(Mechanical-Engineering)<http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/jobs/current-vacancies/vacancy/132523-Associate-Professor-of-Engineering-Science-%28Mechanical-Engineering%29>

 

More information can be found in the attached docs

Advertisement Doc

Job description Doc

Thank you for your help with this.

Kind Regards

Alan Cocks

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Associate profesor in Mechanics, Oslo University

The Section for Mechanics, part of the Department of Mathematics, invites applications for an Associate Professor position.

The open position is in continuum mechanics, more specifically in fluid mechanics and/or elasticity. The candidate must have a strong background in experimental, computational, or theoretical research in at least one of the fields mentioned above (wave processes, multiphase flow and biomechanical applications within fluid mechanics). Furthermore, the candidate must be prepared to give courses within continuum (fluid and solid) mechanics.

For more informations, please visit the dedicated webpage:

https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/154371/associate-professor-in-mechanics

 

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position in modelling – mechanistic and data driven (Nestlé Research, Lausanne)

pdf of call : NRC-Modelling Specialist – Mechanistic and Data Driven

Dear research partners,

we have posted a new job opening for a modelling specialist (engineer/scientist) in our team at Nestlé Research, Lausanne.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply via the Nestlé Careers website :

https://nestle.taleo.net/careersection/3/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=1800056X .

New graduates (Ph.D. level) are considered as well as experienced applied/industrial modelling specialists.

I am happy to provide further information on request.

Best regards, Jan

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poste prof ESPCI (PMMH) Mécanique Physique

vous trouverez ci-joint l’annonce de l’ouverture d’un poste de professeur au PMMH. Ouverture du concours à l’été 2018.

Contacts (Poste prof ESPCI – Annonce)

Pour la recherche: Philippe Petitjeans, directeur du laboratoire PMMH
Pour l’enseignement: Véronique Bellosta, Directrice des Études

 

 

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Postdoc at Institut de Physique des Rennes

2 years post-doc at Institut de Physique des Rennes funded by CNRS Momentum program

more info can be found in the attached pdf

 

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Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position in Sport Physics, Ecole Polytechnique (deadline March, 30th, 2018)

The Department of Mechanics at École Polytechnique invites applications for a Gaspard Monge Assistant Professor in “sport physics” (that is, a tenure-track position of two consecutive three-year contracts with interesting financial conditions).

See attached files for more information :

English version PDF

French version PDF

Christophe Josserand, Department Chair (christophe.josserand@polytechnique.edu)