[Neutron] Open position at FRM-II, Instrument scientist particle physics

Juergen Neuhaus Juergen.Neuhaus at frm2.tum.de
Wed May 5 11:37:08 CDT 2004

                                                      Garching, 5.5.2004

On behalf of the State of Bavaria, the Technische Universität München
operates the New Neutron Source FRM-II in Garching.
We are seeking a

                        Research Scientist

for operating and further developing the polarized cold neutron beam
facility MEPHISTO for particle and nuclear physics. Besides a Ph.D. in
experimental physics and good communication skills, the position
requires excellent experimental capabilities and preferably also
experience in working with slow neutrons.

Responsibilities include cooperation with visiting researchers in
conducting experiments, as well as development of new experimental
strategies and equipment. The successful candidate is strongly
encouraged to pursue an own research program using MEPHISTO or any of
the other facilities at the Institute. In particular, the position
offers the opportunity to actively participate in a development and
research program with ultra-cold neutrons.

The appointment will initially be limited to three years with the
possibility of extension or to become permanent. The Technische
Universität München is an equal opportunity employer. Therefore women
are especially encouraged to apply. Handicapped persons having an
equivalent experience will be preferred.  For applicants with a strong
background from prior post-doctoral experiences a habilitation may be

Applicants should send a letter of interest describing relevant
experience, including a full curriculum vitae and a publication list

Dr. Jürgen Neuhaus
Technische Universität München
D-85747 Garching

For applications send by e-mail pdf-file format is appreciated.
e-mail: juergen.neuhaus at frm2.tum.de

Juergen Neuhaus Technische Universitaet Muenchen Tel.: (+49) 89 2891 2187
ZWE FRM-II      D-85747 Garching, Germany        Fax.: (+49) 89 2891 4995

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