The candidate will join the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) team making part of the « RF system » group of the XLIM laboratory (UMR CNRS 7252), at the University of Limoges (France), and will work in close collaboration with the colleagues of the « Antennas and Signals » team of the same group.
The project proposes the theoretical and experimental study of chaotic vibrating reverberation chambers (CVRC) made of a metallic tent attached on a light frame. This low-cost test facility has the advantage of being quickly removable and mobile, which generates a major change compared to the current situation. It is planned to investigate the feasibility of original applications within a VIRC, as for instance over-the-air tests of wireless devices, characterization of antennas and radar-cross section measurements.
The selected candidate will have to propose (in collaboration with all the project members) the suitable experimental setups as well as the post-processing programs related to each innovative applications proposed.
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Guillaume ANDRIEU, Assistant professor (HDR)