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SIAME Laboratory

UR 4581

CNRS Research Federation IPRA FR 2952 (French acronym for Multidisciplinary Institute of Applied Research in Petroleum Engineering)

Contact

Laboratory

siame.contact @ univ-pau.fr

 

Director

Laurent PECASTAING

   laurent.pecastaing @ univ-pau.fr

 

Assistant director

Stéphane ABADIE

 stephane.abadie @ univ-pau.fr

 

Actualités :

 

The IVS team of the SIAME laboratory is organizing the 18th National Coastal Engineering and Civil Engineering Days in Anglet (ISALAB, Montaury campus, UPPA) on June 25, 26 and 27, in collaboration with the Centre Français du Littoral.

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Presentation of the SIAMELaboratory for applied sciences in mechanics and electrical engineering

The SIAME laboratory is a research team of the University of Pau and the Pays de l'Adour whose research is carried out in the field of Engineering Sciences.

The unit is structured in 4 teams:

- Complex and energetic flows (EE),

- Geomaterials and structures for civil engineering (GS),

- Wave / Structure Interaction (IVS),

- High Voltage Processes (PHT).

The research is based on experimental expertise, modelling and numerical simulations.

The laboratory is a member of the research federations IPRA and MIRA, of the Carnot ISIFOR Institute.

One of the Laboratory's major assets is its long-standing partnership activity, which is reflected in the participation of teams in three joint research laboratories (SAGE, KOSTARISK and UPPA - Nobatek/INEF4).

The University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour has defined two values that guide its research activity:

  • Reconciling science and society for a reasoned progress
  • To act within a territory.

For the period 2022-2026, these values are broken down into five interdisciplinary missions focused on societal issues.

The research work and projects of SIAME researchers contribute to 4 of these 5 interdisciplinary missions.

 

Even if the positioning is very marked within the teams (for example: mission 5 for the GS team, mission 1 for the IVS team, missions 2 and 3 for the EE team), our overall analysis shows a good balance on these missions.

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Post-doctoral positions

First offer

 

The LRC SAGE (Laboratoire de Recherche Commun pour les Sciences Appliquées au Génie Electrique), which brings together teams from the SIAME laboratory of the Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour and the CEA, is looking for a postdoctoral fellow.

The successful candidate will join the SIAME Laboratory's High-Voltage Processes team and work under the supervision of CEA Gramat. As part of the HiVoSS project, he/she will be studying technical solutions for the design of a high-voltage pulsed solid-state generator (tens of kV) with a fast rising edge (nanosecond), reduced half-value width and high repetition frequency (approx. 100 Hz).

For more information, you can download the job offer or contact Charly SIGOGNE (charly.sigogne @ univ-pau.fr) or Laurent PECASTAING (laurent.pecastaing @ univ-pau.fr).

 

Second offer

 

SIAME's Geomaterials and Structures team is offering a 3-year post-doctoral contract starting in January 2024.

This post-doctorate will take place in Anglet, within the joint Nobatek Inef 4/SIAME team, and in collaboration with members of the NexTerre project consortium. Supervision at SIAME will be provided by Fionn McGregor and Céline Perlot-Bascoulès.

For further information, please download the offer or contact Fionn Mcgregor (fionn.mcgregor @ univ-pau.fr) or CélinePerlot-Bascoulès (celine.bascoules @ univ-pau.fr).

 

Third offer

 

The LRC SAGE (Laboratoire de Recherche Commun pour les Sciences Appliquées au Génie Electrique), which brings together teams from the SIAME laboratory at the Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour and CEA, is looking for a postdoctoral student for 2024.

The successful candidate will join CEA CESTA's High Pulsed Power Laboratory team at its Le Barp site in Gironde. As part of the HiVoSS project, he or she will analyse the potential of semiconductor technology for improving the electromagnetic operation of an induction injector in a multi-time flash radiography installation.

For more information, you can download the job offer or contact Charly SIGOGNE (charly.sigogne @ univ-pau.fr) at SIAME or Baptiste CADILHON (baptiste.cadilhon @ cea.fr) at CEA.

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