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Recrutment

We are looking for a dedicated and intrinsically motivated early stage researcher (ESR), who will join our team creating the future of ceramic 3D printing & additive manufacturing for medical and aerospace applications.
We particularly encourage candidates from underrepresented minorities to apply. The application procedure will be carried out in compliance with the Code of Conduct for Recruitment of the European Charter and Code for Researchers.

Download the application form here (.doc)

Eligibility criteria
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Networks (ITN) criteria for eligibility must be respected.
  • Early stage researchers (ESRs)
    ESRs are in the first four years (full-time equivalent) of their research careers, starting at the date of obtaining their masters degree (or similar).
  • Mobility
    All nationalities can apply, but you can only apply to a project which is hosted in a country in which you did not reside or carry your main activity (such as work or study) for more than 12 months within the last 3 years. This excludes short stays such as holidays or compulsory national service.

Employment conditions
The successful candidate will be employed for a maximum period of three years full-time equivalent and receives a generous financial package plus an additional mobility and family allowance according to the rules for Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) in an EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Networks (ITN)
A career development plan will be prepared for each fellow in accordance with his/her supervisor and will include training, planned secondments and outreach activities in partner institutions of the network. The ESR fellows are supposed to complete their PhD thesis by the end of the 3rd year of their employment.
For more information please visit the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Networks website.

All the positions are closed at the moment.

ESR1 (PhD)

Host Institution:
UVHC (FR)

Lead Supervisor:
Anne Leriche

Joint supervision:
Belgian Ceramic Research Centre, Fabrice Petit

Secondments:
Marion Technologies (FR), Belgian Ceramic Research Centre (BE), INPT (FR)

ESR01: Development of substituted Calcium phosphate for improved thermal stability processed by additive manufacturing

ESR2 (PhD)

Host Institution:
Marion Technologies (FR)

Lead Supervisor:
Delphine Maury

Joint supervision:
INPT: Fabien Brouillet

Secondments:
UVHC (FR), CERHUM (BE)

ESR02: Tailored Powders for additive manufacturing

ESR3 (PhD)

Host Institution:
INPT (FR)

Lead Supervisor:
Christine Frances

Joint supervision:
Belgian Ceramic Research Centre, Fabrice Petit

Secondments:
Belgian Ceramic Research Centre (BE), University of Birmingham (GB), Marion Technologies (FR)

ESR03: Tailoring calcium phosphate powder properties for 3D-laser printing

ESR4 (PhD)

Host Institution:
Belgian Ceramic Research Centre (BE)

Lead Supervisor:
Fabrice Petit

Joint supervision:
UVHC, Anne Leriche

Secondments:
UVHC (FR), CERHUM (BE)

ESR 04: Ceramic formulations for novel hybrid 3D printers

ESR5 (PhD)

Host Institution:
Belgian Ceramic Research Centre (BE)

Lead Supervisor:
Stéphane Hocquet

Joint supervision:
UVHC, Anne Leriche

Secondments:
UVHC (FR), Lithoz (AU)

ESR05: Manufacturing of bioceramics complex structures by using stereolithography, freeze-casting and rapid sintering processes

ESR6 (PhD)

Host Institution:
Gazi University (TR)

Lead Supervisor:
Gökhan Küçüktürk

Joint supervision:
Ermaksan, Fatih Pitir

Secondments:
Ermaksan (TR), INFLPR (RO), University of Birmingham (GB), INPT (FR)

ESR06: Investigation of pattern definition and sintering speed in 3d ceramic printers

ESR7 (PhD)

Host Institution:
CERHUM (FR)

Lead Supervisor:
Thibaut Breuls

Joint supervision:
INPT, David Grossin

Secondments:
Marion Technologies (FR), INFLPR (RO), INPT (FR)

ESR07: Design research and post-process optimization of Ca-P based 3D ceramic implants

ESR8 (PhD)

Host Institution:
Ermaksan (TR)

Lead Supervisor:
Fatih Pitir

Joint supervision:
Gazi University, Metin Salamci

Secondments:
Gazi University (TR), INFLPR (RO), University of Birmingham (GB), Marion Technologies (FR)

ESR08: Effect of chamber dimension and laser parameters on the ceramic 3d printing

ESR9 (PhD)

Host Institution:
University of Birmingham (GB)

Lead Supervisor:
Artemis Stamboulis

Joint supervision:
INPT, David Grossin

Secondments:
Lithoz (AU), INPT (FR)

ESR09: Development of ceramic 3D printed textures and structures in composite (multi-component) materials for aeronautic and medical applications

ESR10 (PhD)

Host Institution:
INPT (FR)

Lead Supervisor:
INPT Ghislaine Bertrand

Joint supervision:
Opt’Alm, Alain Toufine

Secondments:
University of Birmingham (GB), Opt’Alm (FR)

ESR10: Multi-material 3D-printing (ceramics and metallic)

ESR11 (PhD)

Host Institution:
INPT (FR)

Lead Supervisor:
David Grossin

Joint supervision:
Mersen Boostec, Marc Ferrato

Secondments:
Mersen Boostec (FR), Belgian Ceramic Research Centre (BE)

ESR11: Silicon carbide based 3D printed materials for space applications

ESR12 (PhD)

Host Institution:
Eurocoating (IT)

Lead Supervisor:
Marzio Piccinini

Joint supervision:
University of Birmingham, Artemis Stamboulis

Secondments:
University of Birmingham (GB), Lithoz (AU)

ESR12: 3D printing of ceramic small orthopaedic prosthesis

ESR13 (PhD)

Host Institution:
INFLPR (RO)

Lead Supervisor:
Ion Mihailescu

Joint supervision:
INPT, David Grossin

Secondments:
Belgian Ceramic Research Centre (BE), INPT (FR), Opt’Alm (FR)

ESR13: Characterization and Modelling of optical properties and dispersing of ceramic materials

ESR14 (PhD)

Host Institution:
University of Birmingham (GB)

Lead Supervisor:
Hector Basoalto

Joint supervision:
CERHUM, Thibaut Breuls

Secondments:
CERHUM (BE), UVHC (FR)

ESR14: Modelling of additive manufacturing and post-treatment of bioceramics for orthopaedic extremities