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VIE - Research engineer for Additive Manufacturing

Job ID 9488 Brussels, Brussels Capital, Belgium;
Solvay is a multi-specialty chemical company committed to developing chemistry that addresses key societal challenges. We innovate and partner with customers in diverse global end markets. The Research & Innovation Function (R&I) leads Solvay into new growth territories with breakthrough innovation to generate new products, applications and processes in the field of sustainable chemistry. Partners with the GBUs to deliver more value and leverages the Group’s capabilities to improve competitiveness and create new business opportunities for Solvay and its customers.


Job Overview and Responsibilities:

The Research Engineer will: 

- push the boundaries of Fused Filament Fabrication of High Performance Polymers. They will be part of a dynamic, globally growing team of professionals working towards making Solvay the leading provider of AM ready high performance polymer material solutions.

- design, execute and interpret a plan of experiments in order to validate the performance of 3D printed parts 

Education and Experience:
- Master Degree in Materials Science in Polymers physics, characterization and processing of high performance thermoplastics

Strong “hands on” technical background (Knowledge in Additive Manufacturing is a plus )
Internship in polymer processing and/or dealing with structure-properties relationship of thermoplastic (thermal, mechanical & rheology results interpretation)
CAD Design is nice to have
Having an affinity for organizing, storing and analyzing data is a plus

Strong analytical capabilities
Ability to learn quickly, bring new ideas and implement innovative approaches
Team player
Capacity to work autonomously
Fluent in English

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