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PhD in “Flexible nanowire light emitting diodes” - CHREA - Sophia Antipolis (France)

Profile: The doctoral fellow will be mostly involved in the epitaxial growth using MOCVD technique. He will also participate to the processing in clean room environments and the optical characterization of the fabricated devices.
The candidate should have a strong background in condensed matter physics and/or materials science. A proven ability to conduct experimental work and willingness to learn different techniques are required (growth, clean room processing and characterization). The candidate should also be prepared to spend time in different laboratories in order to benefit from their expertise. Good communication skills and motivation for team work are thus needed.

Working place: The candidate will do his work mainly at CRHEA (, located in the technological hub of Sophia-Antipolis on the French Côte d’Azur with some stays (6 months approximately) at CEA/IRIG in Grenoble ( for the graphene-assisted growth.
Most of the processing will be performed at Center of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Palaiseau close to Paris (
Specific funding will be allocated for travel between the different places. The PhD can start in September 2020.

Advisors: The PhD will be supervised by Jesus Zuniga Perez and co-supervised by Blandine Alloing ( from CRHEA


2020 - PhD Offer in gravitational wave astrophysics - LAGRANCE (Université Côte d'Azur)

Title: Binary black hole coalescences with gravitational waves: Where do they come from?

Keywords: High energy astrophysics, compact objects, gravitational waves, star formation and evolution

Application: Students interested in this project should get in contact with Astrid Lamberts ( as soon as possible for preliminary discussion/selection before the formal deadline (April 6th).

Students should provide
- a CV
- a list of previous grades (Bachelor and Master)
- 2 letters of recommendation
- a cover letter

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2020 - Thèse ANR - CEMEF (MINES ParisTech Sophia Antipolis) - Chaire TOPAZE

Titre de la thèse :
Formation des macles dans les microstructures de superalliages base nickel : mécanismes et simulation numérique.

Equipe d’accueil et lieu :
La thèse se déroulera au CEMEF (MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis, 06). L’encadrement sera assuré par Pr. Marc Bernacki et Pr. N. Bozzolo.

Financement :
Chaire ANR-Safran TOPAZE

Mots-clés :
Aéronautique ; Superalliages base nickel ; Recristallisation ; Macles ; Modélisation ; Simulation numérique

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2020 - PhD POSITION - CEMEF (MINES ParisTech Sophia Antipolis) - France

Title: New 3D Finite-Element Level-Set framework for the modeling of solid-solid phase transformations and grain interfaces for large-scale polycrystals

Offer: The 3-year PhD will take place in CEMEF, an internationally-recognised research laboratory of MINES ParisTech located in Sophia-Antipolis, on the French Riviera. It offers a dynamic research environment, exhaustive training opportunities and a strong link with the industry. Annual gross salary: around 26ke. She/He will join the Metallurgy Structure Rheology(MSR) research teams under the supervision of M. Bernacki.

Keywords: FE Method – HPC – C++ – Metallurgy – Solid-solid phase transformations – Grain interfaces.

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2020 - Thèse CIFRE - CEMEF (MINES ParisTech Sophia Antipolis) - Chaire TOPAZE

Titre de la thèse :
Prédiction des évolutions de microstructure des alliages γ − γ′ au cours de la mise en forme de disques de turbine de moteurs de nouvelle génération

Equipe d’accueil et lieu :
La thèse se déroulera au CEMEF (MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis, 06). L’encadrement sera assuré par Pr. N. Bozzolo et Pr. Marc Bernacki.

Financement :
CIFRE Safran

Mots-clés :
Aéronautique ; Superalliages base nickel ; Recristallisation ; Analyse microstructurale quantitative ; Modélisation

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Institut de Chimie de Nice - Offre thèse CIFRE

« Synthèse, Caractérisation et Evaluation de Systèmes de Délivrance de Principes Actifs Innovants »

Cette thèse, sous convention CIFFRE, implique la société LifeScientis (Biotechnology) et l’Institut de Chimie de Nice (Université Côte d’Azur) qui développent, sur ce sujet, des solutions innovantes pour l’encapsulation et la délivrance de principes actifs.

Le candidat sera en charge de la préparation au niveau :
- De la synthèse de particules inorganiques via l’utilisation de matériaux biosourcés et/ou mieux tolérés au sein de l’environnement et des milieux biologiques.
- De la caractérisation de ces particules notamment en terme du suivi de leur morphologie/taille/porosité (microscopie électronique, diffusion de la lumière, BET), de leur charge (potentiel zêta), de leur composition (analyse élémentaire, RMN, IR) et/ou de leur taux résiduel de matière organique (ATG).
- De leur marquage (fluorescence) pour assurer un suivi en milieu biologique.
- De leur fonctionnalisation en vue d’une vectorisation ciblée ou afin d’améliorer leurs performances d’import et/ou de relargage contrôlé.

Le candidat sera également responsable de l’évaluation de ces systèmes au niveau :
- De la mesure des taux d’encapsulation/relargage en principes actifs ainsi que de la stabilité de ces systèmes en milieux biologiques (suivi analytique et utilisation de modèles cinétiques adaptés).
- De l’évaluation de la performance des systèmes de délivrance sur des modèles cellulaires in vitro adaptés (adaptation de tests cellulaires en fonction de la réponse attendue de l’actif, toxicité).

Le candidat devra posséder des compétences à l’interface chimie (in)organique et biologie. Il devra également maîtriser un grand nombre de techniques analytiques. Même si la majeure partie des travaux de recherche sera effectuée dans les laboratoires de l’ICN (UCA, Nice), il n’est pas exclu qu’il doive également se déplacer dans les locaux de LifeScientis (Grasse) et donc présenter une certaine mobilité.

Contacts : Dr. Christophe Di Giorgio, Institut de Chimie de Nice UMR 7272, équipe Molécules Bioactives (groupe Vectorisation), Université Côte d’Azur, faculté des sciences, Nice 06108.
Dr. Karine Fabio, LifeScientis, Parc d’activités AromaGrasse Bât. Grasse Biotech, 45 Boulevard Marcel Pagnol, 06130 Grasse.

PhD position on Theory of spin photon interfaces, Institut Néel, CNRS, Uni. Grenoble Alpes, France

one full-time 3 years PhD position for highly motivated and well-qualified early stage researcher to work on the theoretical modelling of spin-photon interfaces.* The position will be financed by Horizon2020 project within the QUDOT-TECH Innovative Training Network, see _for more details.

*Context :*The ITN “QUDOT-TECH” aimsto construct a platform for fully integrated on-chip quantum information (QI) processingincluding Quantum Dots (QD)-based single-photon sources, waveguides, nonlinearities and detectors implemented on a planar chip.QUDOT-TECH gathers leading European academic and industrial partners to show that in a combined effort the current technological bottlenecks can be overcome, paving the way for quantum enabling technology for research and industry. While the long-term applications of this on-chip QI platform include machine learning, efficient code-breaking and database sorting, full demonstration of these applications is beyond the scope of the QUDOT-TECH project. Instead, ouroverall research objective is to build an integrated on-chip technology platform, which will represent a major contribution to the subsequent realization of these applications.


*Objectives and means available:*The PhD work consists in building a complete theoretical framework to model protocols for the generation of spin-photon entanglement and deterministic photonic quantum gates. The system to model is a spin resident in a QD embedded in a directional cavity like a Photonic Crystal waveguide or a micropillar, and will be implemented in the various physical platforms studied in the consortium. Such optical media are known to provide giant non-linearities, allowing to implement photonic gates. The PhD candidate will address the following objectives:*(i)*Develop a complete analytical and numerical framework to describe the experiments conducted in the consortium. To do so a dedicated input-output formalism will be set up, that will include experimental imperfections like solid state induced decoherence, finite cooperativity and realistic detection schemes (detection efficiency, choice of polarisation basis).*(ii)*Focus on two-photon entanglement mediated by the resident spin. Assess the fidelity of the modeled gate expected in real devices and optimize the experimental parameters.*(iii)*Setting up bounds to the number of photons that can possibly be entangled for realistic spin coherence times.

The PhD candidate will provide the theoretical support useful to the development of the spin-mediated photon-photon gates targeted in the project. In-depth theoretical studies will be conducted to understand the potential limitations in real devices and strategies will be proposed to improve the gates performances.

*Possible collaboration and networking :*The candidate will be hosted in the theory group of A. Auffèves (CNRS, Néel) and will benefit of the vibrant environment ofGrenoble for quantum engineering. She/he will work in close collaboration with the experimental groups of the consortium to which she/he will provide theoretical support. Short term visits in the nodes of the consortium working on spin photon entanglement are scheduled to improve the candidate’s skills on the following topics: phonon-induced decoherence, technology of photonic crystals, experimental realization of multi-photon entanglement, commercialization of quantum devices. Finally, the candidate will benefit from the training actions organized within the ITN.

*Required profile:*Master 2 level. Candidates should have advanced skills in quantum mechanics, theoretical quantum optics and numerical tools. Former experiences in the solid-state will be appreciated. The candidate can be of any nationality.*Candidates must not have resided or carried out their activities - work, studies, etc.- in the country of their host organization for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before starting the PhD.*Candidates shall at the date of recruitment be in the first four years of their research career.

*Start for the grant* : 06/2020

*Amount* : 2800€ per month brutto (2300€ netto) + family allowance (+250€ netto if applicable).

*Duration* : 36 months

*Contact*: Dr. Alexia Auffèves


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