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  • full-professor or associate-professor chemical engineering and or biotechnologies
    professor or associate professor chemical engineering and or biotechnologies Staff Job Positions Open Faculty Positions Open PhD post doctoral Positions Junior Professor Position Industrial Engineering Research Department Full professor or associate professor chemical engineering and or biotechnologies Full professor or associate professor chemical engineering and or biotechnologies Job profile Faculty at the full professor or associate professor level in the domain of chemical engineering and or biotechnologies with a complementary approach between experimentation and modeling The successful candidate will become head of a teaching department Research fields Chemical engineering bioprocesses modeling biotechnologies Contacts Patrick Perré chemical engineering laboratory director patrick perre ecp fr 33 1 41 13 16 79 John Cagnol dean of Studies and head of Procédés teaching department john cagnol ecp fr 33 1 41 13 11 10 For all administrative information please contact Service des Personnels Thérèse AUJOULET 33 1 41 13 15 36 therese aujoulet ecp fr Publication on GALAXIE website February 26 2013 10 AM Application deadlines March 28 2013 4 PM on GALAXIE website March 28 2013 12 PM by mail at Directeur de l École Centrale Paris Service des Personnels Grande Voie des Vignes 92295 CHÂTENAY MALABRY Cedex Contact Direction Phone 33 1

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  • offre de stage et de thèse Macroscopic Modeling of Biomass Pyrolysis
    N2 Post doc Modélisation et suivi de la prolifération cellulaire en milieu poreux par microtomographie X application à l ingénierie tissulaire osseuse Offre de stage et de thèse Macroscopic Modeling of Biomass Pyrolysis Internship PhD Positions 2015 Macroscopic Modeling of Biomass Pyrolysis Rarefaction and price increase of fossil hydrocarbons combined with more and more restrictive rules on Greenhouse Gas Emissions GGE involve a growing effort for research activities in the domain of new fuels Using biomass which is a renewable source with an almost neutral balance for GGE on its whole life cycle is one of the most promising ways to achieve this objective It is for example possible to convert by means of a thermochemical way raw materials coming from lignocellulosic plants wood straw waste into a synthesis gas This gas is an energy vector that can later intervene in the production of pure hydrogen directly usable as a fuel or in fuel cells or hydrocarbons via a Fischer Tropsch like process Conversion can be realized in two steps Pyrolysis which is a thermal decomposition of biomass into a carbonaceous residue and gas Gasification which is a heterogeneous chemical reaction i e interfacial between the carbonaceous residue and a reactive gas typically water vapor or carbon dioxide Modeling of these steps from the scale of a biomass sample to the scale of an industrial reactor will contribute to the development and optimization of this path of energy production The project we propose comes within the scope of modeling the pyrolysis phase for a wood particle The difference between the considered scales pores whole particle and the complexity of microstructure make impossible a local representation of transfer mechanisms at particle scale A homogenized representation can then be obtained with the method of volume averaging where the particle is represented by an equivalent continuous medium The averaged conservation equations involve effective properties permeability conductivity which are determined by solving associated closure problems on elementary cells representative of the local geometry During previous work conversion of wood was described at local scale by two parallel phase changes wood into gas and wood into carbonaceous residue which kinetics follow Arrhenius laws The macroscopic modeling relying on local thermal equilibrium and on the resolution of closure problems on schematic structures led to a simplified description without convection of the evolution of mass with time The objectives of this project are now to propose a more realistic description of the process of biomass pyrolysis when heat transfer description is obtained with a non local thermal equilibrium taking into account the main chemical species making up the gas and considering the evolution with time of the microstructure of a wood sample tomography Profile Researcher with a Master level or equivalent having good knowledge in Fluid Mechanics Heat Transfer Transport in Porous Media Numerical Simulation and if possible in Chemical Engineering The candidate must be interested in Modeling Applied Mathematics Image Processing and Visualization Techniques Terms The Internship will last six months with a start during the

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  • Post-doc Modelling radiative heat transfer inside microwave plasma reactors for diamond deposition
    deposition The general framework of this postdoctoral position aims at understanding the physical and chemical mechanisms governing high power density microwave plasma used in CVD reactors More specifically the studied process is dedicated to the growth of boron doped diamond layer from microwave discharge in H2 CH4 B2H6 mixtures Plasborddiam ANR project At high energy power and molar fractions of CH4 we observe the formation of soot like particles which contribute with the molecular species to radiative transfer and to the energy balance of the flow The main goal of the study is to build a numerical model for the prediction of radiative transfer in H2 CH4 B2H6 micro wave plasmas working at a few hundreds of millibars This radiative model will be coupled to a more general electromagnetic aero thermo chemical model of the plasma reactor The work will be focused on the following aspects The determination of the radiative properties of the contributing species mainly C2H2 and soot particles Concerning C2H2 properties available IR spectroscopic data will be reviewed Some extensions towards high temperatures will be undertaken using simplified approaches The adaptation of a 2D axisymmetric 3D model of the radiative transfer based on a discrete direction approach enabling to account for gas soot mixture radiation and possibly including radiation scattering The development of simplified models of radiative properties to be used within the radiative transfer model enabling to reduce the required CPU times and therefore to consider coupled calculations The coupling of this radiative transfer model to the general electro aero thermo chemical modelling of the plasma in collaboration with project partners The successful candidate is expected to hold a PhD in a relevant area of physics or mechanical engineering Background in gas and particle radiation and in numerical simulation of radiative transfer will be appreciated Applicants

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  • News
    2014 February 2014 January 2014 2013 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 2012 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 2011 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 2010 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 Data Sciences first online deep learning courses 14 10 2015 Please find out the first part of machine learning courses that belong to our MSc Data Science and Business Analytics coordinated with top French Business School ESSEC These courses are available on our YouTube channel Prof is Chloé Azencott They belong to our MSc in Data Sciences and Business Analytics launched this year with our partner ESSEC French top Business School video Here is below the general presentation of what is machine learning Machine learning lies at the heart of data science It is essentially the intersection between statistics and computation though the principles of machine learning have been rediscovered from many different traditions including artificial intelligence Bayesian statistics and frequentist statistics In this course we view machine learning as the automatic learning of a prediction function given a training sample of data labeled or not Machine learning methods form the foundation of many successful companies and technologies in multiple domains Their applications to name a few include search engines robotics bioinformatics analyses of genetic data algorithmic trading social network analysis targeted advertising computer vision or machine translation This course gives an overview of the

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  • Centrale Engineering Programme
    organized around Acquiring scientific and technical knowledge at the cutting edge of international research Developing professional leadership skills encouraging future engineers to become agents of change Understanding the major challenges of the 21st century at the global level Future engineers are guided through the building of their personal and professional projects in seminarworkshops which provide the tools and personal skills that will help them to thrive in their future environments Conferences company visits and concrete projects enable students to process these social realities and the related challenges they will face The main goal of the Challenge activity is to allow students to give a meaning to their future as an engineer able to meet the major challenges of the 21st century Participating directly in the training of engineers who are responsible and socially implicated this activity is also the first contact with professional work using the project mode learning how to function in a team the development of a transversal approach to problems techniques economics marketing in direct contact with companies 7 major themes Energy particularly the increasing valuation and rarefaction of fossil energies Environment in the context inter alia of environmental balances Health and Biotechnologies the engineer at the heart of the problems relating to life sciences and health systems Information and Knowledge impact of information and communications technologies on society and its organisation Territorial Development sustainable construction sustainable development is an essential component in construction notably through new environmental standards Transport and Mobility the globalisation of exchanges and the acceleration of the means of transportation create an ever stronger demand for mobility Economic changes the financial based economies delocalisation fair trade etc After this first cycle of conferences students choose which of the challenges presented they wish to pursue thanks to 8 themed conferences Company visits A bibliographic

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  • The 3rd year
    Graduate The students must acquire in depth knowledge drawing from the multidisciplinary scientific training they already have and be prepared for their profession The novel 16 month plan of studies for final year students will be organized along the following lines An Area of Concentration to be chosen amongst 8 science or industry related sectors the course contents have been updated and broadened 23 weeks of work A choice between 5 Professional Tracks 10 weeks of work as they are applicable to the graduate s début in an engineering profession alternating with the area of concentration work and the final internship in industry seven months long Each Centrale Paris student has to choose both one Area of Concentration and one Professional Track of non core activities thus acquiring both knowledge and competency in engineering to be better adapted to an ever changing job market fluctuating growth sectors and the emergence of new activity fields Immediately after earning his her degree the Centrale Paris graduate s operational skills are reinforced All course work is also organized in close collaboration with companies essentially within the Partnership with Industry framework In each Area of Concentration students may also work towards a DEA Degree Diplôme d Études Approfondies leading to a Doctorate if they wish to do so The new organization of studies will facilitate the enrolment of international students who wish to earn a Master of Science Degree at Centrale Paris thus complementing the current Double Degree Program Each student of École Centrale Paris can upon request and after consideration of his her academic record be authorized to enroll in a third year in other partner schools in France Intergroupe of the Écoles Centrales École Centrale de Lille École Centrale de Lyon École Centrale de Marseille École Centrale de Nantes Other schools Supélec

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  • Course Catalog
    Masters International Programs Advanced Masters Doctoral Studies Home Academics Engineering program Course Catalog Engineering Program The 3rd year Data sciences program Course Catalog Finance Funding Apply To download Course Catalog Course selection for Exchange students Course Catalog To download Course Catalog Catalogue des cours in French Course Selection for Exchange Students Contact Department of studies Phone 00 33 1 41 13 13 64 Email direction etudes ecp fr Giving to

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  • Typical budget of a student engineer
    Course Catalog Finance Funding Apply Finance Funding 2015 16 Tuition fees Registration Fees a 1850 Student Health Insurance b 215 International Student Identity CaISIC card newcomer 5 Medical monitoring 5 10 Additional Health Coverage for students L M D E reimbursed 100 234 S M E R E P reimbursed 100 324 Housing at Centrale Paris Student Residence indicative cost September 2011 Twin room 2 beds 17 m 270 3 month Single room 14 m 407 month Studio 27 m 515 month University Restaurant 3 20 euros per meal X 2 for 300 days 1 920 Financial assistance At the present time any French student depending on his family s financial situation can obtain either A grant on social criteria BCS ranging from 1 007 to 5 539 2013 14 rate from the CROUS A Higher Education grant from the Departmental General Council income tax documentation of parents living in the Hauts de Seine Loans granted by the CROUS Loans at zero rate provided by the Caisse de Secours contact Mr Dautremer The CROUS aims to improve students lives in many ways including food services housing grants social and cultural activities and international mobility More on http www en cnous

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