[Neutron] Job openings at the Australian National University
tworlton at anl.gov
Mon Dec 16 08:46:03 CST 2002
RESEARCH SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS (LEVEL A) FIXED-TERM
RESEARCH FELLOWS (LEVEL B) FIXED-TERM
EMULSION SCIENCE AND STRUCTURE
Applications are sought for an experimental position in the Solid State
Molecular Science group led by Professor John White to research the
structure and rheology of concentrated emulsions. Previous experience in
surface and colloid science and using neutron and x-ray small angle
scattering would be highly desirable.
The successful applicant would be expected to carry out fundamental research
on the connection between microstructure and mechanical properties in
emulsions. This group, in association with ORICA Pty Ltd and the
Universities of Melbourne and Newcastle, is engaged in a wide ranging study
of emulsions and microemulsions, so the appointee must be comfortable with
collaborative research and capable of communicating basic findings to those
engaged in industrially focussed effort.
Further information about other research groups and the Research School of
Chemistry is available on the RSC web site:
Salary: $42,137 - $51,066 pa, plus contributions towards travel and
(A successful applicant holding a PhD will be appointed at $47,721 pa
Salary: $53,640-$63287 pa, plus contributions towards travel and removal.
Term of appointment: Fellowships will be for a fixed term of two or three
years depending on availability of funding.
Enquiries: Professor John White (61 2 6125 3578)
Further particulars, selection criteria and application forms are available
ions.html. or http://www.anu.edu.au/hr/jobs/rsc1432.pdf.
Applications should be submitted on the appropriate form in duplicate to the
Staffing Recruitment Officer, The Australian National University, Chancelry
10A, Canberra ACT 0200, quoting reference number RSC1432.
CONTACT OFFICER: Marilyn Holloway, Academic Secretary, Research School of
Chemistry, tel: 61 2 6125 3765; fax: 61 2 6125 5995; email:
Asec at rsc.anu.edu.au
Closing date: 31 January 2003
Posted at the request of John White by Tom Worlton.
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