FW: Jobs in hi-P/T neutron scattering
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Wed May 29 10:29:58 CDT 2002
From: Simon Redfern [mailto:satr at cam.ac.uk]
POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS IN HIGH-P/T NEUTRON SCATTERING
The Mineral Physics Group of the University of Cambridge has two
postdoctoral positions available in combined high-pressure high-temperature
neutron scattering of minerals. The successful candidates will join Drs.
Dove and Redfern to extend and apply our recent developments in high-P/T
powder diffraction at ISIS, the world's most intense neutron spallation
source (see http://www.esc.cam.ac.uk/highpt/). The application of this
technology will focus on the structural controls on the stability of
minerals in the Earth's crust and mantle, within the context of the group's
long-standing interest in mineral stability and phase transitions.
The Mineral Physics Group is part of the Department of Earth Sciences, and
is a large multi-disciplinary group with interests in structural physics
and chemistry under conditions pertinent to the Earth environment (see
http://www.esc.cam.ac.uk/minsci/). We seek applications from solid state
physicists, chemists, mineralogists and materials scientists with a
track-record of independent research. These positions are available to fill
immediately and will remain open until filled. The salary is on the
University's standard scale in the range £ 17,626 to £ 26,491 p.a. and is
Applicants should submit a C.V., publications list, and the names (and
e-mail addresses) of 2 referees to Dr Martin Dove, preferably by e-mail to
martin at esc.cam.ac.uk, as soon as possible.
For further information please contact Martin Dove (martin at esc.cam.ac.uk)
or Simon Redfern (satr at cam.ac.uk).
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