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Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence (IM2NP)
Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence (IM2NP)
Marseille, France

Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence (IM2NP)

Linking fundamental research to applications within our fields of expertise. Multidisciplinary research unit with more than 300 members at the junction of physics, chemistry and microelectronics, IM2NP masters a large spectrum of competencies that allows relying numerous fundamental aspects to applications in the field of advanced materials, of integrated electronics and nanosciences.

Main key-objectives:

Linking fundamental research to applications within our fields of expertise.

Five main directions:

. Revealing nanostructures: Build, visualize, probe

. Elaboration and modelling of functional nanomaterials and nano-devices

. Transformation and growth of materials at different scales (from nm to mm)

. Specific environments: detection, characterisation, signal processing and reliability

. From the emerging device to eco-energetics systems.

Key application sectors: energies (photovoltaic, thermoelectricity, nuclear fission/fusion), safety & defence (high level reliability, signal, stealth), health (E-health), transport (aeronautical, spatial), communication (IOT, RFID), environment (detection, catalysis)

Main facts:

  • Research Unit  IM2NP: Institute Materials Microelectronics  Nanosciences of Provence (UMR 7334)
  • Tutorships: CNRS, Aix-Marseille University and University of Toulon - Convention with ISEN-Toulon
  • 3 joint laboratories with CEA-Cadarache (LIMMEX), STMicroelectronics (REER) and Naval Group (LTSIM)
  • Overall workforce: 300 people (140 Researchers, Prof. & Assist. Prof., 40 Engineers & Technicians, 120 PhD students)
  • Scientific production: 170 peer-review papers / year
  • 240 funded collaborative projects conducted between 2010 and 2015, more than 200 active scientific collaborations.

9 JOBB FRÅN DENNA ARBETSGIVARE

Post Doc in Modeling the Effects of Thermal Aging on Intergranular Segregation in 16MND5 Steels
Industrial context: The Framatome company designs and manufactures the large components of PWR (Pressurized Water Reactor) power plants and, as such, must evaluate the thermal aging embrittlement of low alloy steel components. To date, the interpretation of the phenomenon of...
Postdoc position – Atomic-scale simulation of carbon segregation and clustering in Iron-Carbon martensite
Subject: Martensite is a microstructural constituent that provides high strength to various classes of steels. Martensite is sensitive to low-temperature ageing. In the first stage of ageing, carbon atoms segregate to the structural defects (dislocations, twin and grain...
Postdoc position - Atom Probe Tomography analyses of Phase-Change Materials in Advanced Embedded Memory
Phase Change Random Access Memories (PCRAM) are among the most mature non-volatile emerging memories (NVM): they allow data storage at high programing speed with enhanced endurance compared to today Flash technology1,2, as recently demonstrated by the INTEL OPTANETM 2,3. PCRAM...
Postdoc position – Crystallization mechanisms in Phase-Change Materials for Advanced Embedded Memory Applications: influence of doping elements and dielectric capping layers
Phase Change Random Access Memories (PCRAM) are among the most mature non-volatile emerging memories (NVM): they allow data storage at high programing speed with enhanced endurance compared to today Flash technology1,2, as recently demonstrated by the INTEL OPTANETM 2,3. PCRAM...
PhD – Surface functionalization by self-assembled monolayers of novel push-pull chromophores for photoelectric and bio-sensor applications
Name of the laboratory:  IM2NP UMR CNRS 7334 (www.im2np.fr) (Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence), ISEN-Toulon Thesis advisor:  Lionel Patrone (researcher at CNRS – HDR) Email and address: lionel.patrone@im2np.fr, phone: +33 (0) 483 361...