[Neutron] Open position at KFKI RMKI Budapest

Nagy Denes Lajos nagy at rmki.kfki.hu
Thu Feb 26 16:05:49 CST 2004

The  KFKI  Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics,
Budapest has an open position for a

                 Software engineer / physicist

The  KFKI  Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics,
an   equal-opportunity  employer,  is  a  fundamental  research
establishment of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The Nuclear
Solid  State Physics Group of the Department of Nuclear Physics
is   performing   studies   on  thin   films   with   Mossbauer
spectroscopy,   synchrotron  radiation,   neutron   scattering,
magnetization measurements, etc. The group has developed, in  a
broad  international collaboration, various  programs  for  the
evaluation of the experimental data.

The  position is on a contractual basis and has duration of  up
to  3 years but not beyond February 2007. The starting date  is
March 2004 (or later, according to mutual agreement).

Your tasks:

 - Development  and  maintenance  of  a general scientific  data
   evaluation program system capable of  simultaneous evaluation
   of data measured with different experimental methods.

 - Increasing   the   performance   of  the  program  system  by
   developing  its  graphical  surface  using up-to-date object-
   oriented languages.

 - Completing the program documentation.

 - Co-operation  with  physicists  developing   the  theoretical
   subroutines  of  the  program  system  and  with users of the
   program system.

Your profile:

 - You   are   graduated   with an MSc in mathematics,  computer
   sciences,  physics or engineering, preferentially  with  some
   years'   experience   in   FORTRAN,  Linux,   object-oriented
   programming and designing of program systems.

 - You  have  a  sovereign  and  flexible  approach  of  problem

 - You have an efficient and system-oriented way of thinking.

 - You  are  willing  to  work  in  an international team and to
   communicate  (establishing  a  professional relationship with
   both  staff and guest scientists) as well as to work flexible

Your  salary  will  be  subject to the Public Servants'  Law  of

For further information please contact:

        Dr. Laszlo Deak
        Senior research fellow
        Phone: +36 1 392 2760
        E-mail: deak at rmki.kfki.hu

Please  send  applications with CV as soon as possible  but  not
later than by

                         25 March 2004


        Prof. D.L. Nagy
        Head, Department of Nuclear Physics
        KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics
        P.O.B. 49, H-1525 Budapest, Hungary
        Phone: +36 1 392 2517
        Fax: +36 1 3292518
        E-mail: nagy at rmki.kfki.hu.

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