Electronic, Control or Telecommunication Engineering, preferably with a master in Control Electronics or Power Electronics and fluent English level with knowledge of electrical-electronic design tools, specific sensors and drivers (LVDT, resolver, load cell, ...), design against EMI / EMC or safety calculations: MTBF would be appreciated
Industrial or Minning Engineer or Bachelor in Chemistry, Physics or similar with at least 2 years of experience in metallurgy and medium/high level of English, with the ability to propose and develop research and innovation projects in the area of metallic materials
REVOLVE addresses the rapidly growing need for performance and cost in emerging satellite missions focusing on new technologies and design methods for antenna and radio front-ends. Selected candidates from this process will receive a generous employment contract for 36 months with one of the consortium partners. All selected candidates will be expected to enrol in a doctoral programme commencing the academic year 2017-18 (ie. Start date in fall 2017) that is jointly supervised from academic and industrial advisors. During the course of the PhD training, each PhD student will be seconded to at least three of the partners and spend as a minimum 50% of their time in the industry sector – including a minimum of 6 months with Thales Alenia Space France.