02. November 2016 - The institute of high energy physics(IHEP), Chinese academy of sciences
Neutron optics devices development for China spallation neutron source
Neutron optics devices development
02. November 2016 - The institute of high energy physics(IHEP), Chinese academy of sciences
Neutron optics devices development for China spallation neutron source
Neutron optics devices development
Employer
The institute of high energy physics(IHEP), Chinese academy of sciences
Location

Dongguan City, Guangdong, China

Introduction

China spallation neutron source(CSNS) is a world-class neutron science center and it includes a high-power proton accelerator, a target station and twenty neutron scattering instruments. CSNS is located in Dongguan, and the first neutron beam will be in the target in September, 2017. Neutron optics devices are very important to get high performance neutron beam on the samples and the neutron instrument’s scientific productions will benefit from the advanced neutron optics devices.

Description of Institution

The Institute of High Energy Physics(IHEP) is the biggest and comprehensive fundamental research center in China. The major research fields of IHEP are particle physics, accelerator physics and technologies, radiation technologies and application.

Job description
  1. Neutron optics devices in-house developments to improve the performance of neutron instruments.
  2. You are responsible for the design and fabrication of various neutron optics devices, such as walter mirror, focusing devices, collimators, polarization devices.
Requested Profile
  1. PhD of Physics , or related major.
  2. Be interested and experienced in instrumentations from the physical designs to the practical devices.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to learn new knowledges very fast and solve the problems quickly.
Contact
Name

Ping Wang

E-Mail
Website
Address

NO.1 Zhongziyuan Road, Dongguan, Guangdong, PR China.

How to Apply

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Deadline
30. November 2016
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