The aim of the Post-Doctoral position, as a part of the INTEGRAL project, is to implement a robust and reliable multiscale computational modelling of thin film growth over realistic time scales with the ultimate goal to address stress generation and relaxation processes into a single, multi-methods simulation package. This computational-driven approach is based on a kinetic Monte Carlo (kMC) scheme, which will encompass both on-lattice and off-lattice models to address all interdependent issues of defect creation, chemical intermixing and grain boundaries (GB) formation/migration during polycrystalline film growth. Specifically, the project will address fundamental aspects of the growth process of polycrystalline thin films with emphasis laid on the GB formation/evolution, surface faceting, stress relaxation and the defect creation/evolution related to energetic deposition process, as also the early growth stages such as interfacial reaction, nucleation and growth
Département de Physique et Mécanique des Matériaux de l’Institut Pprime
CNRS • Université de Poitiers • ENSMA • UPR 3346
SP2MI • Téléport 2
Boulevard Marie et Pierre Curie • BP 30179
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Section 7: Information sciences ; Position opened at Pprime-Project on aspects coveringMachine Learning for Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Transfers...
Section 10: Fluid and reactive media : transport, transfer and transformation processes-Project on aspects coveringanalysis, modeling and development of control strategiesfor turbulent flowsand heatand mass transfers•«Model-based» or «Machine Learning» control strategies•Data assimilation techniques•Couplingof scientificcomputation/experimentation