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18. November 2017 - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Postdoctoral Research Associate Optical Engineering
Postdoctoral Research Associate Optical Engineering
18. November 2017 - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Postdoctoral Research Associate Optical Engineering
Postdoctoral Research Associate Optical Engineering
Employer
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Location

Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA

Introduction

The SNS target modules are stainless steel vessels through which the liquid mercury target material flows. Neutrons are produced through spallation reactions between the high energy proton beam impact with the mercury. The peak power of the proton beam reaches 25 GW and the corresponding energy deposition in the SNS mercury target is estimated to be ~ 10 MJ/m^3/pulse. Meanwhile, the intense heating of the mercury from individual proton pulses induces a large pressure increase in the liquid metal, which cause displacements and stresses to occur in the containment structure. To fully understand the dynamic response of the target during operation, it is important to experimentally measure the target strain response during/after the proton pulse injection. Due to the space limitation and the existence of strong electromagnetic field induced by the proton beam, fiber-optic sensors are the unique choice for the strain measurement.

Description of Institution

The Neutron Sciences Directorate (NScD) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) operates the High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR), the United States’ highest flux reactor based neutron source, and the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS), the world’s most intense pulsed accelerator based neutron source. Together these facilities operate 30 instruments for neutron scattering research, each year carrying out in excess of 1,000 experiments in the physical, chemical, materials, biological and medical sciences for more than 3,000 visiting scientists. HFIR also provides unique facilities for isotope production and neutron irradiation. To learn more about Neutron Sciences at ORNL go to: http://neutrons.ornl.gov.

Job description

Major Duties/Responsibilities

  • Develops radiation-resistant, high bandwidth fiber-optic strain sensors for SNS target instrumentation.
  • Design and implement fiber-based phase-shifted detection scheme for low-coherence interferometry.
  • Modifies existing signal processor according to the new detection scheme.
  • Works with team members and vendors to optimize sensor configuration and binding materials of sensors in high radiation environment through experiments.
  • Develops the sensing system to a robust level that no experts are required for its operation.
  • Reports research results in peer-reviewed publications, conferences and technical reports.
  • Ensures compliance with environment, safety, health and quality program requirements.
  • Expected to commit to ORNL’s Research Code of Conduct by holding him/herself and others to the highest scientific, professional, and ethical standards in a manner that fosters mutual respect and enhances the reputation of the individual researcher, his/her colleagues, and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in its mission to address the Department of Energy’s and the nation’s scientific and technical challenges.

Measures of Effectiveness

  • Successfully performs assigned work towards achieving optimal performance of SNS target systems.
  • Successfully publishes research results of the team in forms of journal publications, conference publications, laboratory reports, and project technical notes and memos.
  • Successfully helps to create an environment in which individuals within the team can meet SNS/ORNL environmental, safety, health and quality requirements; and successful enforcement of these requirements.

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Qualifications Required

  • PhD degree in optical engineering or other related science and engineering discipline.
  • Applicants must have received their PhD within five years of this application and must complete all degree requirements before starting their appointment.
  • 3+ years of experience in optics laboratory.
  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal, and enjoy working in a team environment.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Previous experience in fiber optics or fiber sensors is desirable.
  • LabView programming skill is advantageous.

Preferred Qualifications: – Previous experience in fiber optics or fiber sensors is desirable. – LabView programming skill is advantageous.

Contact
How to Apply

This position will remain open for a minimum of 5 days after which it will close when a qualified candidate is identified and/or
hired.

We accept Word(.doc, .docx), Excel(.xls, .xlsx), PowerPoint(.ppt, .pptx), Adobe(.pdf), Rich Text Format(.rtf), HTML and text files(.txt) up to 2MB in size. Resumes from third party vendors will not be accepted; these resumes will be deleted and the candidates submitted will not be considered for employment.

If you have trouble applying for a position, please email .

Notice: If the position requires a Security Clearance, reviews and tests for the absence of any illegal drug as defined in 10 CFR 707.4 will be conducted by the employer and a background investigation by the Federal government may be required to obtain an access authorization prior to employment and subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

If the position is covered by the Counterintelligence Evaluation Program regulations at 10 CFR 709, a counterintelligence evaluation may include a counterintelligence-scope polygraph examination.

ORNL is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants, including individuals with disabilities and protected veterans, are encouraged to apply. UT-Battelle is an E-Verify Employer.

Deadline
18. December 2017
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18. November 2017 - NCSR - Demokritos
Research Associate - Fusion Energy Materials
Research Associate - Fusion Energy Materials
18. November 2017 - NCSR - Demokritos
Research Associate - Fusion Energy Materials
Research Associate - Fusion Energy Materials
Employer
NCSR - Demokritos
Location

Athens, Greece

Introduction

NCSR – Demokritos (http://www.demokritos.gr/) the largest research centre in Greece invites applications on two Research Associate positions related to Fusion Energy Materials for the research project Fusion Technology EURO fusion (https://www.euro-fusion.org/).

Description of Institution

The successful candidate will participate in a research group consisting from Researcher for the largest European Research Centres and Universities who with a pioneering research in the Physics and Technology of Materials aim to make reality the production of Energy with Fusion.

Job description

The specific task of the candidate will be to examine the effects of neutron irradiation on the mechanical and physical properties of fusion relevant materials. The successful candidate will be based at NCSR, Demokritos, Athens, Greece.

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Candidates with an MSc or PhD degree in experimental Material Science or Condensed Matter Physics are invited to apply. Experience on mechanical properties of materials, X-ray/neutron scattering techniques, metallographic analysis and electron microscopy is highly desirable. Very good knowledge of English, both written and oral, is compulsory.

Contact
How to Apply

Further information may be provided by Dr K. Mergia +30-210-6503706, .
Applications with the required accompanying documents may be submitted to up to 23:59 Sunday 26th November 2017.

Weblink (in Greek only): http://www.demokritos.gr/Contents.aspx?lang=gr&CatId=1996&View=18

Deadline
26. November 2017
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09. November 2017 - Paul Scherrer Institute PSI
Instrument Scientist
Instrument Scientist
09. November 2017 - Paul Scherrer Institute PSI
Instrument Scientist
Instrument Scientist
Employer
Paul Scherrer Institute PSI
Location

Villigen, Switzerland

Introduction

For the thermal neutron imaging instrument NEUTRA and our neutron microscope detector in the Neutron Imaging and Activation Group PSI is looking for an Instrument Scientist.

Description of Institution

The Paul Scherrer Institute PSI is the largest research institute for natural and engineering sciences within Switzerland. We perform cutting-edge research in the fields of matter and materials, energy and environment and human health. By performing fundamental and applied research, we work on sustainable solutions for major challenges facing society, science and economy. PSI is committed to the training of future generations. Therefore about one quarter of our staff are post-docs, post-graduates or apprentices. Altogether PSI employs 2100 people.

Job description

Your tasks

  • Maintain and develop the NEUTRA instrument and the neutron microscope detector
  • Run and support the scientific user program on NEUTRA
  • Organize and run the user program with the neutron microscope detector
  • Develop your own science program (preferably in construction materials research)
  • Acquire related project funding

We offer

Our institution is based on an interdisciplinary, innovative and dynamic collaboration. You will profit from a systematic training on the job, in addition to personal development possibilities and our pronounced vocational training culture. If you wish to optimally combine work and family life or other personal interests, we are able to support you with our modern employment conditions and the on-site infrastructure.

This is a Tenure Track position. The employment contract will initially be limited to 3 years.

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Your profile

  • PhD in physics, engineering, chemistry or related fields
  • Experience in thermal and high resolution neutron imaging
  • Distinguished scientific profile and publication record

Contact
How to Apply

Please submit your application online (including list of publications and addresses of referees) for the position as an Instrument Scientist (index no. 3304-01).

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09. November 2017 - Delft University of Technology
PhD position: Skyrmions and topological magnetic states in frustrated magnets
PhD position: Skyrmions and topological magnetic states in frustrated magnets
09. November 2017 - Delft University of Technology
PhD position: Skyrmions and topological magnetic states in frustrated magnets
PhD position: Skyrmions and topological magnetic states in frustrated magnets
Employer
Delft University of Technology
Location

Delft, Netherlands

Introduction

This PhD work deals with studies of magnetic and structural properties skyrmion hosting materials. Focus will be on a new class of skyrmion hosting materials, frustrated magnets, where a great variety of novel magnetic phases with non-trivial topology is expected. The aim is to understand the microscopic behaviour in the bulk by combining magnetization and susceptibility measurements with elastic and inelastic neutron scattering experiments. The samples will be made available through collaborations.

Job description

TU Delft is seeking an outstanding and enthusiastic researcher with a MSc in Physics. The successful candidate combine creativity, flexibility, hands-on attitude for experimental work and has the ability to co-operate within an interdisciplinary and international research group. He/She will perform magnetic properties characterization experiments (in-house) as well as state-of-the-art scattering experiments at national and international large-scale facilities. He/She will perform the data analysis, interpret the results, publish them in high profile journals and present them at national and international conferences.

Conditions of employment

When fulfilling a PhD position at NWO-I, the Institutes Organisation of NWO, you will get the status of junior scientist.
You will have an employee status and can participate in all the employee benefits NWO-I offers. You will get a contract for four years. Your salary will be up to a maximum of 2,834 euro gross per month. The salary is supplemented with a holiday allowance of 8 percent and an end-of-year bonus of 8.33 percent.
You are supposed to have a thesis finished at the end of your four year term with NWO-I.
A training programme is part of the agreement. You and your supervisor will make up a plan for the additional education and supervising that you specifically need. This plan also defines which teaching activities you will be responsible (up to a maximum of ten percent of your time). The conditions of employment of NWO-I are laid down in the Collective Labour Agreement for Research Centres (Cao-Onderzoekinstellingen), more exclusive information is available under Personeelsinformatie (in Dutch) or under Personnel (in English).
General information about working at NWO-I can be found under Personnel. The Job interview code applies to this position.

Contract type: Temporary, 4 years

This PhD position is offered for four years and will be based at Delft University of Technology. A training program offered by the Graduate School of Delft University of Technology is part of the agreement.

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A strong background in Physics with focus in Condensed Matter Physics is required. Good knowledge of English, both written and oral, is compulsory.

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06. November 2017 - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
RF Systems Lead - Proton Power Upgrade
RF Systems Lead - Proton Power Upgrade
06. November 2017 - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
RF Systems Lead - Proton Power Upgrade
RF Systems Lead - Proton Power Upgrade
Employer
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Location

Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA

Introduction

The Radio-Frequency (RF) Systems Manager will serve as the Level 2 manager for the Proton Power Upgrade (PPU) Project within the Neutron Sciences Directorate. Additionally, this matrixed position will have operational responsibilities within the Electrical and RF Systems Group.

Job description

Major Duties/Responsibilities

  • Serve as the Level 2 manager for RF Systems within the Proton Power Upgrade Project, reporting to the PPU Project Director. Project responsibilities to include:
    • technical integration of the RF Systems scope of work
    • management of Level 3 project managers
    • development of cost and schedule estimates
    • maintenance and follow-up of risk register and action items from reviews
    • presentation of RF Systems scope in reviews (Advisory, Dept. of Energy, and Readiness)
  • Serve as Project Engineer within the Electrical and RF Systems Group
  • Ensure compliance with environmental, safety, health and quality program requirements
  • Maintain a strong commitment to the implementation and perpetuation of values, ethics, and diversity

Work Directions and Interfaces

  • Reports to the PPU Project Director (matrix management)
  • Reports to the Electrical and RF Systems Group Leader (line management)
  • Interfaces with Electrical and RF Systems Group members, NScD staff, ORNL business services, professional peers from non-ORNL institutions, vendors and visitors
  • Represents the PPU Project and the Electrical and RF Systems Group within ORNL and at professional conferences, workshops, and collaboration meetings

Authority/Approval Levels
Provides work direction to PPU Level 3 managers, technical staff and subcontractors within guidelines established by the PPU Project Director and the Electrical and RF Systems Group Leader

Measures of Effectiveness

  • Success in the fulfillment of all major duties and responsibilities
  • Success as measured by the ORNL Employee Performance Management process
  • Safe execution of all responsibilities in accordance with ORNL ES&H requirements

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Qualifications Required

  • M.S. degree in Engineering or Physics
  • Expertise in the design, deployment and operation of particle accelerator technologies
  • Experience executing Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Science, projects
  • Demonstrated success working in a team environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
    Preferred Qualifications:
  • Familiarity with DOE Order 413.3B, “Program and Project Management for the Acquisition of Capital Assets”
  • Expertise in one or more of the following areas: RF power systems, klystrons, low-level RF controls, high-voltage pulsed power, magnet power supplies, and A/C power conversion and distribution

Contact
How to Apply

This position will remain open for a minimum of 5 days after which it will close when a qualified candidate is identified and/or hired.

We accept Word(.doc, .docx), Excel(.xls, .xlsx), PowerPoint(.ppt, .pptx), Adobe(.pdf), Rich Text Format(.rtf), HTML and text files(.txt) up to 2MB in size. Resumes from third party vendors will not be accepted; these resumes will be deleted and the candidates submitted will not be considered for employment.

If you have trouble applying for a position, please email .

Notice: If the position requires a Security Clearance, reviews and tests for the absence of any illegal drug as defined in 10 CFR 707.4 will be conducted by the employer and a background investigation by the Federal government may be required to obtain an access authorization prior to employment and subsequent reinvestigations may be required.

If the position is covered by the Counterintelligence Evaluation Program regulations at 10 CFR 709, a counterintelligence evaluation may include a counterintelligence-scope polygraph examination.

ORNL is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants, including individuals with disabilities and protected veterans, are encouraged to apply. UT-Battelle is an E-Verify Employer.

Deadline
02. May 2018
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18. October 2017 - Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI)
Scientist - Multiplexing Analyzer Spectrometer CAMEA
Scientist - Multiplexing Analyzer Spectrometer CAMEA
18. October 2017 - Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI)
Scientist - Multiplexing Analyzer Spectrometer CAMEA
Scientist - Multiplexing Analyzer Spectrometer CAMEA
Employer
Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI)
Location

Villigen, Switzerland

Introduction

For the Neutron Spectroscopy Group within the Laboratory for Neutron Scattering and Imaging PSI is looking for a Scientist – Multiplexing Analyzer Spectrometer CAMEA

Description of Institution

The Paul Scherrer Institute PSI is the largest research institute for natural and engineering sciences within Switzerland. We perform cutting-edge research in the fields of matter and materials, energy and environment and human health. By performing fundamental and applied research, we work on sustainable solutions for major challenges facing society, science and economy. PSI is committed to the training of future generations. Therefore about one quarter of our staff are post-docs, post-graduates or apprentices. Altogether PSI employs 2100 people.

Job description

Your tasks

You will be co-responsible for the novel multiplexing spectrometer CAMEA at SINQ, support the external user program, and be actively involved in the commissioning and technical development of the instrument, including the development of analysis software. You will pursue an independent and ambitious research program, preferably in the fields of strongly correlated electron systems, magnetism, and/or superconductivity.

We offer

Our institution is based on an interdisciplinary, innovative and dynamic collaboration. You will profit from a systematic training on the job, in addition to personal development possibilities and our pronounced vocational training culture. If you wish to optimally combine work and family life or other personal interests, we are able to support you with our modern employment conditions and the on-site infrastructure.

This is a Tenure Track position. The employment contract will initially be limited to three years.

For further information please contact Prof. Dr Christof Niedermayer, phone +41 56 310 20 86 or Prof. Dr Michel Kenzelmann, phone +41 56 310 53 81.

Requested Profile

The successful candidate holds a PhD in experimental physics or chemistry and has an excellent scientific record. Experience in neutron spectroscopy is mandatory. Furthermore, you have good communication skills and enjoy working in a team-oriented interdisciplinary environment.

Contact
Website
Address

Paul Scherrer Institut
Human Resources Management
Sevil Minniti
5232 Villigen PSI

How to Apply

Please submit your application online (including list of publications and addresses of referees) for the position as a Scientist (index no. 3302-00).

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16. October 2017 - Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS)
PhD Position in Research on Magnetic Nanoparticles
PhD Position in Research on Magnetic Nanoparticles
16. October 2017 - Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS)
PhD Position in Research on Magnetic Nanoparticles
PhD Position in Research on Magnetic Nanoparticles
Employer
Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS)
Location

Garching (Munich), Germany

Introduction

In the frame of a joint Jülich-Garching PhD Program we open a PhD topic “Self-Assembly of Magnetic Dumbbell Nanoparticles Studied by Advanced Scattering Techniques”.

This project deals with studies of magnetic and structural properties of dumbbell nanoparticles. The dumbbell nanoparticles each consist of a noble-metal seed nanoparticle linked to a magnetic nanoparticle. The size and composition of both particles can be varied, giving rise to many applications in targeted drug delivery, solar-power systems and catalysis. The aim of this project is to understand and subsequently control the self-assembly of dumbbell nanoparticles by adjusting the size of both the seed and magnetic nanoparticles, concentration and composition of seed nanoparticles and by exposing them to external magnetic fields.

The particles are being made available through collaborations. The project involves in-house characterization of the samples with scanning electron microscopy (SEM), magnetization measurements (PPMS and MPMS), small-angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) and x-ray diffraction (XRD). Preliminary characterization will be carried out at Forschungszentrum Jülich.

Neutron and synchrotron x-ray scattering experiments will be performed at FRM II in Garching, ILL, DESY, ESRF, as well as at overseas research facilities.

Description of Institution

The Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) operates neutron scattering instruments at world leading neutron sources in Garching (FRM II), Grenoble (ILL) and Oak Ridge (SNS) to make them accessible to external users, and uses them for its own research in magnetism and soft matter. Furthermore, the JCNS is a major contributor to the European Spallation Source (ESS) that is currently being built in Lund, Sweden.

Job description

Your Job

  • Perform in-house characterization of samples at FZJ
  • Perform state-of-the-art scattering experiments at FRM-II and at other national and international research facilities
  • Analysis of collected data
  • Interpretation and publication of results in high profile journals
  • Presentation of results at national and international conferences.

Our Offer

  • Access to state-of-art large scale facilities around the world
  • Work within a dynamic international team
  • Limited position for 3 years
  • Salary and social benefits in conformity with the provisions of the Collective Agreement for the Civil Service (TVöD)

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Your profile

  • A Master’s degree (or equivalent) in physics, chemistry, engineering or a similar area
  • A strong background in condensed matter physics
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently and in a team
  • Good level of cooperative and communicative skills
  • Good skills in spoken and written English
  • Experience with scientific programming and data analysis is desirable, but not a prerequisite
  • Experience with scattering methods is a plus, but not a prerequisite.

The PhD student will be stationed at FRM II in Garching. Frequent trips to Forschungszentrum Jülich and other research facilities are expected.

Contact
Name

Dr. Mikhail Feygenson

E-Mail
Website
Address

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
JCNS-1
52425 Jülich

How to Apply

Forschungszentrum Jülich aims to employ more women in this area and therefore particularly welcomes applications from women.
We also welcome applications from disabled persons.

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06. October 2017 - University of Auckland
Postdoctoral Fellowship - characterisation of ordered surface assemblies of nanomagnets
Postdoctoral Fellowship - characterisation of ordered surface assemblies of nanomagnets
06. October 2017 - University of Auckland
Postdoctoral Fellowship - characterisation of ordered surface assemblies of nanomagnets
Postdoctoral Fellowship - characterisation of ordered surface assemblies of nanomagnets
Employer
University of Auckland
Location

Auckland, New Zealand

Introduction

In a data-dense world, fast and reliable computing is becoming increasingly energy demanding. New material developments will enable future magnetic data storage and the use of spin waves for ‘magnonic’ logic and data storage. If you are a talented and ambitious PhD interested in this area, then this may be the project for you.

Job description

The project focusses on the characterisation of ordered surface assemblies of nanomagnets for magnonics and spinterfaces. We use self-assembly of ‘cargo carriers’ to create nanomagnet arrays with dimensions challenging for top-down patterning. After our substantial progress in proof-of-concept, the challenge now lies in the characterisation and device fabrication. The nanomagnets produced are 3-30nm, with sub-100nm spacing, approaching a perfect match for the superconducting magnetic vortex core (2 – 3 nm). The larger structures match the requirements for gigahertz magnonic logic, aimed at ultra-high-speed, low-power logic and ultra-high current superconductor elements.

The successful candidate will work mainly at The University of Auckland, but also with investigatorss across several of the MacDiarmid connected research groups in other parts of New Zealand. The investigators involved are Duncan McGillivray, Simon Granville, Jenny Malmström, Laura Domigan, David Williams, Juliet Gerrard and Penny Brothers (and including associated investigators: Alison Downard, Jeff Tallon, Carla Meledandri and Sally Brooker).

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We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to join the team as a postdoctoral researcher for 2 years. The successful candidate will be excited to work in an interdisciplinary project and must have a PhD degree in a relevant discipline (engineering or physical sciences) with a willingness to learn and apply new techniques. The ideal candidate has experience in the field of surface science, knowledge of sample preparation or synthesis and is familiar with the concepts of magnonics and self-assembly. Experience in Atomic Force Microscopy or magnetic surface diffraction is desirable. Both local and international candidates are encouraged to apply.

Contact
How to Apply

Shortlisting will begin 15 October, and continue until the position is filled.

Enquiries and applications should be addressed to Duncan McGillivray ()

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27. August 2017 - Nuclear Physics Institute of The Czech Academy of Sciences (NPI)
Postdoctoral positions in development and application
Postdoctoral positions in development and application
27. August 2017 - Nuclear Physics Institute of The Czech Academy of Sciences (NPI)
Postdoctoral positions in development and application
Postdoctoral positions in development and application
Employer
Nuclear Physics Institute of The Czech Academy of Sciences (NPI)
Introduction

The Nuclear Physics Institute of The Czech Academy of Sciences (NPI) in Rez, Czech Republic, invites for applications to fill four postdoctoral positions. All four positions are focused on the development and usage of novel neutron imaging methods. The positions are for two years. The starting date should be as soon as possible beginning September 1st, 2017 and is negotiable.
The positions are announced under the project European Spallation Source – participation of the Czech Republic – OP, supported from the Operational Programme Research, Development and Education (MEYS). Within this project a collaboration with the European Spallation Source (ESS, Sweden), Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and the Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI, Switzerland) is planned for.

Description of Institution

The Nuclear Physics Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences (http://www.ujf.cas.cz/) is a public research institution with the primary goal to conduct research in multidisciplinary scientific disciplines. In addition, NPI contributes to the applications of research results, training of students, and provides access to large scale research infrastructures.

Job description

The opened positions are dedicated to the part of the project that focusses on developing and applying new diffraction based imaging methodologies for 3D reconstruction of material microstructure and its evolution, entitled “Research Programme B:Development of novel TOF 3D neutron diffraction/imaging methods for engineering material research” These new methodologies are expected to significantly broaden the scope of future work at the BEER instrument at ESS and enable the user community to fully achieve a better understanding of the physical and mechanical properties of modern industrial materials. The subject of the scheduled work is very versatile, including: virtual experiments (simulations), preparing and conducting experiments at beamlines at various neutron facilities, data analysis and interpretation as well as the development of a comprehensive new software platform for that purpose.

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Requirements

  • PhD. degree in Materials science, Engineering Science, Physics or Chemistry
  • A solid background in mathematics.
  • Experience with diffraction and/or imaging with X-rays and/or neutrons
  • Good material science background
  • Strong computational background with experience in programming in python/C++/C programming languages.
  • Prior knowledge in crystallography.
  • Ability to work independently and to plan and carry out complicated tasks,
  • Ability to collaborate within a dynamic international group.
  • Good communication skills in English, both written and spoken.

Contact
Name

Mrs. Petra Tázlarová

E-Mail
How to Apply

Contact for applicants: Mrs. Petra Tázlarová .

For addition technical information contact Petr Šittner (+420 566052657, ), Søren Schmidt (+4521329305, ), Markus Strobl (+41 76 223 88 59, or ).

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