Line Manager : Moamar SAYED MOUCHAWEH
Workplace : Douai, CERI SN
Type of contract and duration : 12 months contract
Public establishment belonging to IMT (Institut Mines-Télécom), placed under the supervision of the Ministry of Industry, IMT Nord Europe has three main objectives: providing our students with ethically responsible engineering practice enabling them to solve 21st century issues, carrying out our R&D activities leading to outstanding innovations and supporting territorial development through innovation and entrepreneurship. Ideally positioned at the heart of Europe, 1 hour away from Paris, 30 min from Brussels and 1h30 from London, IMT Nord Europe has strong ambitions to become a main actor of the current industrial transitions, digital and environmental, by combining education and research on engineering and digital technologies.
Located on two main campuses dedicated to research and education in Douai and Lille, IMT Nord Europe offers research facilities of almost 20,000m² in the following areas:
- Digital science,
- Processes for industry and services,
- Energy and Environment,
- Materials and Processes.
For more details, visit the School’s website : www.imt-nord-europe.fr
The position is vacant within the education, research and innovation center for digital systems (CERI SN) at the Research Center of the IMT Nord Europe in Douai-France.
This Research & Development Engineer position is funded through the Chist-Era project "Explainable Predictive Maintenance" (XPM) https://www.chistera.eu/projects/xpm. The XPM project aims to integrate explanations into Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions within the area of Predictive Maintenance (PM). In the XPM project, we will develop different types of explanations. We will demonstrate their usefulness through several dimensions. In particular, the identification of the component or part of the process where the problem occurred. Also, the understanding of the severity and future consequences of the detected deviations; the selecting of the optimal repair and maintenance strategy from among several alternatives created based on different priorities, and the understanding why the problem occurred in the first place as a means to improve the system design for the future.
This position is dedicated to the design of an explainable decision support tool. It allows us to provide recommendations about the maintenance plans (actions) to perform. The decision support tool will be the equivalent of an adaptive human-machine interface that will provide prescriptive maintenance advice to foster human operators' awareness of the evolution of the degradation dynamics (trigger environmental and operation conditions parameters, degradation characteristics, components reliability and criticality, Remaining Useful Life (RUL), etc.), and will define the actions to be taken for asset management optimization. The impact and efficiency of the provided explanations and recommendations (actions) will be quantified and demonstrated through four selected case studies: electric vehicles, metro trains, steel plant and wind farms.
The tasks to be done by the post-doc researcher are the following:
REQUIRED PROFILE :
Data Science with application to optimization
Feature engineering, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Reinforcement learning, Deep-Reinforcement learning with application to optimization. She/He must be familiar with the use of Python with its associated packages and libraries.
The job is to be filled as to September/October 2022 for a period of 12 month (temporary contract).
The selected candidate for this position will work with the other partners of the project and build her/his results based on the results of the other partners through regular meetings. The workplace of the accepted candidate will be at the Institute Mines-Telecom Nord Europe in Douai-France.
INFORMATION AND APPLICATION METHODS :
For any information on the missions, please contact SAYED MOUCHAWEH, Moamar, Full Professor, IMT Nord Europe, Institut Mines-Télécom, Univ. Lille, Centre for Digital Systems, 764 Boulevard Lahure, F-59000 Lille, France, Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
For any administrative information, please contact the Human Resources Department: email@example.com
DEADLINE DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS : 31/08/2022