You will study the effects of the intermetallic particles on damage formation during the deformation process of Al alloys at various temperatures. You will be based at the ESRF joining the team at beamline ID11, and jointly supervised by researchers at CNRS SIMaP laborarory / Grenoble-INP / Unv. Grenoble Alpes. You will perform synchrotron diffraction (including scanning Three-Dimensional X-ray Diffraction and Diffraction Contrast Tomography ) and phase contrast tomography experiments on beamline ID11 as well as carrying out sample preparation and characterisation work using home laboratory instruments. Upon a successful PhD thesis, you will be awarded the PhD degree by Univ. Grenoble Alpes.
Further information may be obtained from Dr. Haixing Fang (tel.: +33 (0)4 76 88 1934, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your shall be enrolled in XXX University / Doctoral School as a condition of your hiring.
Contract of two years renewable for one year.
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