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Sophie EVE

25 février 2011


Sophie Eve

Associate Professor ENSICAEN 


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Relationship between the microstructure and the thermo-mechanical properties of materials and systems. Reliability and lifetime prediction of structures. Numerical simulation.

Teaching activities (2nd and 3rd year at the ingenior school ENSICAEN) : Mechanical properties of materials ( rupture mechanics ; fatigue behaviour ; small dimensions systems properties - micro-mechanics ; tribology ; effects of the environment) ; numerical simulation (structural computations by FEM) ; DAC.

Research interests :
Thermo-mechanical characterisation of metals, ceramics and polymers, bulk or thin films. Determination of the visco-elasto-plastic behaviour of materials. Following of the damage and determination of the rupture mechanisms. Interfaces mechanics (adhesion). 
Ageing and reliability characterisations.
Microstructural characterisation of materials : internal structure, crystalline morphology, porosity investigation (SEM, FIB, AFM, NMR, image analysis, DRX). Physico-chemical characterisation (IR and RAMAN spectroscopies, DSC).
Numerical modelling and FE simulation.

Mini CV
2006 : Associate Professor, ENSICAEN, CRISMAT Laboratory (33th section).
2006 : ATER ENSICAEN (33th section).
2004-2005 : Post-doctoral reseacher, Institut for Materials Research II, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany. European Marie Curie funding.
2003 : PhD in materials science.
Setting behaviour and mechanical properties of composite materials based on plaster.
CRISMAT laboratory, Caen.
2000 : Master’s degree at the University of Caen Basse-Normandie. Materials science.


National and international projects :
- ACTMOST european project (FP7). Access Center To Micro-Optics Services and Technologies. 2010-2012.
- NEMO european project (FP6). Network of Excellence for Micro-Optics. 2004-2010.
- AMELIE european project. Reliability and industrialisation of processes and equipement in electronic assembly. Compliance with WEEE and ROHS European directives. 2005-2008.
- ALBATROS Mov’eo project. Insertion of flexible micro-electronics in bank cards. 2006-2007.
Academical collaborations :
- University of Oxford, department of Engineering (England).
- VUB, University of Bruxelles, Department of Photonics (Belgium).
- KIT, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Institut for Materials Research and Institut of Micro-Technologies (Germany).
-MWUT, University of Warsaw, Department of Photonics and Characterisation (Poland).
- IFMA, University of Clermont-Ferrand, Department of Applied Mechanics (France).