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POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN LASER ULTRASONICS

Post-Doc position
1 year (+ 2 years)

The Acoustic Laboratory (LAUM) and the Institute of the Molecules and Materials (IMMM) of Le Mans University seek to fill a 3-years postdoctoral research fellowship in the area of picosecond laser ultrasonics funded by National Research Agency of France (ANR). The main goals of the postdoctoral project are to develop, for the first time, quantitative fast 3D in-situ imaging of complex spatiotemporal material transformations at submicrometric - nanometric scale by upgrading existing technique of time-domain Brillouin scattering and to reach the ultimate limit in spatial resolution of the TDBS imaging technique. The primary scientific objectives are in-situ imaging and quantitative characterization of the stress-induced single crystal fracture, polycrystallization and creep, of the radiation/pressure-induced formation of polymer from monomer, and of the formation of the interfaces between the mutually reacting substrate and film.

This position requires a researcher with strong background in optics and laser metrology. The researcher should also have strong expertise in computer-assisted signal processing. Knowledge of Matlab or Python (for signal processing) and of Physical Acoustics (especially of picosecond ultrasonics) will be highly appreciated.

4/1/19 12:00 AM
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Samuel RAETZ

samuel.raetz@univ-lemans.fr