Future PHD? Agc’S TECHNOVATION CENTRE IS SPONSORing a 4 YEAR PHD ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE GLASSES WITH EXCEPTIONAL FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES IN COLLABORATION WITH THE ULB(*) UNIVERSITY
This is your call if you are keen on:
Our passion is glass. We work every day at turning it into a material opening up new unexpected market opportunities.
Glass creates emotion by connecting people with their environment. Could it help us to connect with you?
AGC’s TECHNOVATION CENTRE (Gosselies, Belgium)
AGC’s Technovation Centre based in Belgium mobilises its 300 researchers, engineers and technicians to:-
Antibacterial glass, Glassiled Motion for dynamic facades, the Google Jamboard for multitouch screens are just some of our latest innovations.
PHD SPONSORED BY AGC IN COLLABORATION WITH THE ULB (*)
We are looking for a chemist or engineer in material sciences, keen on starting a PHD in collaboration with the ULB under a four year AGC contract.
The 4MAT team at ULB and AGC’s Technovation Centre are joining their ideas and efforts in order to develop new glass compositions and thermal treatments in order to provide glasses with never obtained properties, mainly mechanical and optical. The two teams have a 10-year collaboration history that has led to 2 PhD’s and several international publications. The candidate will share his/her time in both laboratories and will be integrated in the research teams at the University and in the Company.
The candidate will have access to laboratories with cutting edge characterization and glass production tools
THIS IS YOU
(*) Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Apply in writing to Mélanie Bayot
AGC Technovation Centr
Rue Louis Blériot 12 – 6041 Gosselies (Belgium)
|Title||PhD on the Development of Innovative Glasses with Exceptional Functional Properties|
|Employer||AGC Glass Europe|
|Job location||Rue Louis Blériot 12, 6041 Gosselies|
|Published||August 30, 2019|
|Job types||PhD  |
|Fields||Optics,   Materials Chemistry,   Physical Chemistry,   Surface Chemistry,   Thermochemistry,   Materials Physics  |