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27. November 2022 - NIST Center for Neutron Research
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Condensed Matter Physics
27. November 2022 - NIST Center for Neutron Research
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Condensed Matter Physics
Employer
NIST Center for Neutron Research
Location
Gaithersburg, MD, USA
Introduction
The NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR) is seeking candidates for a postdoctoral fellowship in the Condensed Matter Physics Team, which supervises a suite of thermal and cold neutron triple axis spectrometers. The position is available as part of the Director’s Postdoctoral Fellows Program. A doctorate in condensed matter physics or related discipline is required. Experience in triple-axis neutron spectrometry or related technique is desirable but not essential. The incumbent is expected to collaborate with CMP scientists as well as perform their own independent research taking advantage of the wide range of neutron instrumentation available at the NCNR. Appointment is typically for two years, with a starting salary in the range of $75+k. Please send inquiries and your resume (electronically) to:
Contact
Name
Jeffrey Lynn
E-Mail
Jeffrey.Lynn@NIST.gov
Website
www.nist.gov/people/jeffrey-w-lynn
Address
NIST Center for Neutron Research National Institute of Standards and Technology 100 Bureau Drive Gaithersburg, MD 20899-6102
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27. November 2022 - Institut Laue Langevin
Postdoctoral contract at Institut Laue Langevin
27. November 2022 - Institut Laue Langevin
Postdoctoral contract at Institut Laue Langevin
Employer
Institut Laue Langevin
Location
France
Introduction
Phase evolution in Mg powder alloys during solidification and heat treatments: enhancing 3D printing of Mg parts

Phase evolution in Mg powder alloys during solidification and heat treatments: enhancing 3D printing of Mg parts This proposal is focused in the study of additive manufacturing (AM) processes in Magnesium alloys. While the AM manufacturing is highly developed in steels, Ti or Al Alloys, the research and application of AM for Mg alloys is up to now very limited and unexplored. This is mainly caused by the reactive nature of magnesium powders. The improvement of the atmosphere of printers are overcoming this problem and the research of AM in Mg alloys are emerging. The objective of the present proposal has two main directions. Firstly, we will focus on the study of the Mg powders, which are the feedstock of the AM processing. Essential information as its evolution with the temperature or possible in-situ experiments will provide valuable information out the melting and quenching process that takes places during the AM laser scan. In the second part, neutron diffraction will provide information of the crystal structure, phases and crystallographic texture of the magnesium phase along the growth direction of AM Mg-pillars to understand the fabrication process. The candidate will be contract by the Institut Laue-Langevin for a period two years starting from January 2023.

Contact
Name
Sandra Cabeza
E-Mail
cabeza@ill.fr
Address
Institut Max von Laue - Paul Langevin (ILL) 71, avenue des Martyrs - CS 20156 38042 Grenoble cedex 9 - France
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