PhD and Post-doctorate involved

 

  • PhD thesis on Tasks 1-2 (directed by J.C. LEON and G Foucault-GSCOP): Title “Treatment of assemblies in digital mock-ups to model interfaces between components and idealize the assembly model”. The PhD candidate will have either a background in mechanical engineering with a strong motivation for computer science or a background in computer science. Geometric modeling will form a major part of the topic addressed together with component functions in assemblies. Within the ROMMA project, the candidate will contribute to the generation and simplification of assembly models. Use-cases will form the basis for validating the proposed approach.
  • PhD thesis on Task 4 (directed by E. Florentin - LMT/Ph Pasquet-SAMTECH): Title “Verification of finite element models with contact and friction. Case of assembled structures” : The phd student should have a good background in the fields structural mechanics and numerical methods. He must have strong knowledge on finite element methods and verification. Within the framework of the ROMMA Project, the developped strategies will be implemented in link with SAMCEF and validated on the industrial use-cases.
  • Postdoc on Task 1 (supervised by F.  Faure and S. Hahmann at LJK): Title "Detection of interfaces on GPU for meshed and parametric surfaces". The postdoc engineer should have a strong background in computer graphics and computer aided geometric design. An experience in GPU programming will be highly valuable. The algorithms will be implemented and integrated in a large software platform developed at LJK.
  • Postdoc on Task 4 (supervised by G.-P. Bonneau at LJK): Title "Visualization of computation results taking error into account". The postdoc engineer should have a strong background in computer graphics theory and practice. Experiences in OpenGL programming are required.  An experience in GPU programming will be highly valuable.