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cmorio52
08-23-2009, 08:58 AM
Research and development (M/F) engineer helmets and protections FIXED-TERM CONTRACT CIFRE
3 Years PhD Contract

Your job:
Integrated within Oxylane Research, your knowledge on mechanics and impact biomechanics and/or trauma will provide you to create and develop innovative concepts within different projects on protection products design.

- You insure the technological and scientifical survey in your domain of competence (trauma, mechanics and impact biomechanics).
- You insure your results to be transferred into innovative technical solutions and you develop prototypes.
- You patent your inventions and guarantee the confidentiality as well as the industrial and intellectual property of your projects.
- You develop innovative experimental setup on Helmets and Protections area, allowing to validate new concepts and work on standards upgrading.
- You publish your knowledge and results in indexed reviews.

The proposed contract is a FIXED-TERM CONTRACT CIFRE based in the North of France.

Your profile:
Mechanical and/or biomechanical Engineer, sportsman, you are rigorous and methodical; capable of supplying a constant work in a structured environment.
Other qualities required for this post are: creativity, innovation minded The knowledge of tools such as CAD, Finite Element, Labview, Statistica and Matlab would be a plus.
You have the sense of the service, the team spirit and a good relational.
Fluent english.

Location: North of France

Beginning date: October 01st, 2009
End: September 30st, 2012

Salary: according to your profile

Contact:
Rui Pedro CARREIRA | R&D Engineer
eMail ruipedro.carreira@oxylane-group.com

DECATHLON campus | OXYLANE research
4, boulevard de Mons - BP 299
59665 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex - France


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