Within the CEA, the Institute of research into the fundamental laws of the Universe (IRFU) carries out technological and basic research, in order to study the fundamental laws of physics.
Nearly 1,000 employees conduct international research in particle physics, astrophysics, and nuclear physics, developing particle accelerators, detectors, analysis pipelines, satellite payloads, and ground-based telescopes.
Every year, IRFU opens around 80 positions for talented and motivated individuals on permanent and fixed term contracts, in several high-profile domains:
- Junior scientist;
- Electronics technician & engineer;
- Mechanical technician & engineer;
- Cryogenics technician & engineer;
- Computing and IT technician & engineer • Radio frequency; technician & engineer • Electromagnetic engineer;
- Safety engineer;
- CAD technician;
- Physical measurements technician.