[Neutron] Instrument Scientist Reflectometer at HMI

Karen Diederichsen diederichsen at hmi.de
Thu Jun 17 15:48:58 CDT 2004

The Hahn-Meitner-Institut invites applications for the 
position of an instrument scientist in the area of neutron 
scattering. The candidate will be the responsible 
scientist for a neutron reflectometer at HMI.

The Hahn-Meitner-Institut is a German National 
Laboratory and a member of the Hermann von Helmholtz 
Association of National Research Centres and has about 
850 employees. It hosts the Berlin Neutron Scattering 
Center (BENSC)
({ HYPERLINK http://www.hmi.de/bensc/) }http://www.hmi.de/bensc/), a user facility open to 
scientists from all over the world. To probe the structure 
and dynamics of solids and liquids, BENSC provides the 
national and international research community with state-
of-the-art neutron scattering equipment and expertise. 
The successful candidate will develop neutron scattering 
instrumentation and techniques, will support BENSC 
users, in particular in studies of condensed matter and 
will perform his own research program in the field of 
inelastic neutron scattering. 

                         Physicist, Chemist
          The position is available as of 1 September 2004
The position is open to confirmed scientists who hold a 
PhD in experimental physics, material science or 
chemistry. The successful candidate will be responsible 
for the operation, maintenance, continuous enhancement 
and modernisation of a state-of-the-art reflectometer at 
HMI, including scientific and technical responsibility for 
carrying out the user program on this instrument. 

A broad knowledge in condensed matter physics will be 
required as well as experience in neutron scattering 
instrument development and operation.

For further details about the post please contact Prof. 
Dr. F. Mezei (+49(30)8062-2031, e-mail: 
mezei at hmi.de). Applicants should send a letter of 
application, CV and a list of publications to Prof. Dr. F. 
Mezei, Hahn-Meitner-Institut, Dept. SF1, Glienicker Str. 
100, D-14109 Berlin) before 15 July 2004 quoting 
reference No. SF2004/8.

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