XLIM Laboratory, UMR CNRS 7252, University of Limoges, Limoges, France.
As soon as possible
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 (compared to existing faradized enclosures) has the advantage of being quickly removable and mobile, which generates a major change compared to the current situation: the displacement of the test facility towards the system to be tested. 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 (efficiency, radiation pattern) 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.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. degree in electromagnetics, ideally in the field of reverberation chambers, with important skills in signal processing, instrumentation, antennas and/or EMC. The successful candidate should be able to smoothly integrate into the research group and to interact with French and international partners. He should demonstrate capability for independent research. Good communication skills in English are required.
Please submit your application as soon as possible by e-mail to email@example.com. Your application should include:
• Motivation letter
• Detailed CV
• Copy of Ph.D. degree
• Reference letters (optional)