FW: a new, professor position in Japan

Worlton, Thomas tgworlton at anl.gov
Thu Feb 18 11:30:32 CST 1999

 The Neutron Science Laboratory (KENS) is looking for a hard working
person to fill a new, professor level position.  This person will primarily
be responsible for overseeing construction of a new neutron science
facility in the Japan Hadron Facility project (JHF-project), but will also
be responsible for developing experiments on the already existing
spallation source.  The job description and qualifications are included
below.  If you know of any one who would be interested in this position,
please let them know or put them in contact with us.

     Prof. Susumu Ikeda
      Head of The Neutron Science Laboratory,
     Institute of Materials Structure Science,
    High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)
     1-1 Oho, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305, Japan

Job. No. /          IMSS 98-9
Title/              Professor
Inst./Lab          Institute of Materials Structure Science, High Energy
Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)
Term/               Tenure until the age of 63
Start of the term/   As early as possible
Appl. Deadline/     May 10, 1999

Job Description
 In the Neutron Science Laboratory, (KENS), of the Institute of
Materials Structure Science (IMSS), pulsed neutrons are produced with a 500
MeV, 6 mA proton beam, and are delivered to 17 neutron spectrometers.
 The first duty of this position is to supervise the construction of
the world's brightest neutron science facility (plans include neutron
sources with accelerated pulsed protons of about 1MW, neutron beam lines
and neutron scattering spectrometers), for the Japan Hadron Facility
Project (JHF-project). Another duty is to develop excellent neutron
scattering researches in the present KENS. General responsibilities include
supporting KENS-users, as well as operation and maintenance of the neutron
source and experimental apparatus.

        Ph.D. in Physics, Chemistry, applied physics or other related
Materials required/
   1) curriculum vitae with the job number(s) you apply (in order of your
      preference if more than one) and the possible date you would be able
      to start the job at IMSS
   2) resume of research experience
   3) research plan at IMSS
   4) publication list
   5) reprints of major publication (less than 5)
   6) recommendation or reference letter(s) addressed to
                  Prof. Yoshitaka Kimura
                  Director, IMSS
        Prof. Susumu Ikeda
        Tel +81 298-64-5612 or 5602
        Fax +81 298-64-3202
        e-mail susumu.ikeda at kek.jp
Application to be mailed to:/
        Personnel Office, KEK
        1-1 Oho, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305, Japan

Prof. Susumu Ikeda
Institute of Materials Structure Science
1-1 Oho, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
Tel 81-298-64-5612  FAX: 81-298-64-3202

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