Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
SHM by reflectometry for 2D and 3D structures
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0675
Nowadays, reflectometry methods are well introduced for the diagnosis of wire networks. These methods, based on the injection of a waveform and on the measurement of the reflected wave are used to detect, characterize and localize one or more defects. However, reflectometry methods have rarely been applied to higher order structures (2D and 3D).
co-optimization of a bio-inspired image sensor and scene analysing technics
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0668
Artificial vision systems (camera(s) and processor(s)) have recognition capabilities well below those achieved by biological systems (eye - cortex). Moreover, biological systems are able to process information within a few milliseconds, which is still out of range of electronic systems, even though their electronic image sensors are far from achieving the resolution of human eyes (few dozen megapixel against more than one hundred million).
The nucleotide pool imbalance as a biomarker of stress
Offer N°: SL-DSM-16-0696
Several methods have been developed to study the genotoxicity of endogenous or exogenous stress. To determine if such a stress could alter DNA the methods consist in the measurement of DNA lesions or their consequences (cell cycle arrest, micronuclei, mutations, chromosomal aberrations, …). In our laboratory we have developed several approaches to determine the genotoxicity of ionizing radiation (radiobiology) and nanoparticles (nanotoxicology).