#1 Post-doctoral fellow in Material Science and rheology

Deciphering the dynamic molding technology by a rheological approach.

About the common laboratory: We offer a 18-month postdoc position (renewable) starting as soon as possible, for deciphering the Dynamic Molding technology. This project is part of a joint researcher activity involving one academic laboratory (ICBMS3d.FAB) which is one of the top world laboratory in additive manufacturing and one industrial company (3Deus Dynamics).

Scientific context: Dynamic Molding is a brand-new Zero gravity and Freeform additive manufacturing technology that is revolutionizing the production of organic and inorganic 3D objects. The deep understanding of this Freeform 3D printing technology is the key to produce innovative designs and materials.

Discovered on the 3d.FAB platform and developed by the 3Deus Dynamics Company, the creation of a joint laboratory will allow them to better understand the success of the Dynamic Molding technology. Research works will meet non-Newtonian and granular rheology, then the structure-properties relationships of printed object.

Education requirements & skills: The successful candidate will have a PhD in material sciences and a high experience in experimental rheology in fluid and granular systems.

The candidate is expected to be an enthusiastic and self-motivated person with strong intellect who is able to take a creative approach to scientific tasks.

The candidate should have the skills necessary to be an independent researcher. The abilities to lead and a communicative are strong advantages. Fluent English language is required for this position.

Location: The research activities will be based in the ICBMS laboratory and its 3d.FAB platform hosted in Axel’One Campus, 5 Avenue Gaston Berger, 69100, Villeurbanne, France.

Salary: 2100€-2800€ neat/month, according to experience.

How to apply: Send your resume and cover letter to Edwin-Joffrey Courtial (Research engineer, CNRS): edwin.courtial@univ-lyon1.fr and Christophe Marquette (Research director, CNRS): christophe.marquette@univ-lyon1.fr.