[Neutron] Vacancy bulletin - ILL France

Darren J Hughes hughes at ill.fr
Fri Jun 13 11:39:10 CDT 2003

Dear Neutron Community,

FaME38 is a £3.3M (€5M) joint project involving seven UK academic
institutions, led by the University of Salford.  The project started in
December 2001 with the principal objective initially to found, and now
to develop, the joint Support Facility for Materials Engineering
(FaME38) at the ILL-ESRF in Grenoble, France.

An excellent opportunity is available for a post-doctoral candidate with
a background in Engineering, Physical or Computational Science.  The
post is an 18-month appointment with the post-holder being employed by
the University of Salford but based at the ILL-ESRF, Grenoble.  The
successful applicant will focus on the experimental application and
development of neutron and synchrotron X-ray techniques to Materials
Engineering, in particular the determination of residual stress fields
in engineering components.  He/She will be responsible for hardware and
software developments and will assist visiting research and industrial
engineers to prepare experiments and efficiently to obtain and to
evaluate neutron and synchrotron X-ray diffraction data.  He/She will
join the established FaME38 team and work in close collaboration with
ILL and ESRF instrument scientists attached to the project.  The start
date is negotiable, but as soon as is possible after 1 September 2003 is

Questions about the post should be directed to the project manager
Professor Peter J Webster:      e-mail:	p.j.webster at salford.ac.uk or
webster at ill.fr More details: 	http://www.ill.fr/FaME38
Tel: +44 (0) 161 295 5413 or +33 (0)4 76 20 79 44  
Fax: +44 (0) 161 295 5060 or +33 (0)4 76 20 79 43

Application forms from Personnel at salford.ac.uk or +44 (0) 161 295 2122
(24 hours) quoting reference SEE/32.  Forms to be returned by 27 June

Thank you,

Dr D J Hughes
6 rue Jules Horowitz
BP 156
38042 Grenoble Cedex
Tel:   00 33 (0) 476 20 79 46
Fax:  00 33 (0) 476 20 79 43
Email : hughes at ill.fr

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