[Neutron] Job announcement at HMI - SANS
herzog at hmi.de
Fri Jul 6 14:31:44 CDT 2007
Postdoc in physics, chemistry or materials science for SANS
HMI operates a beamline for small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) for users
from universities and for HMIs own research, e.g. to characterise complex
alloys, ceramics or magnetic liquids. A second beamline under construction
will be dedicated to soft matter research or biophysics. The team of
scientists responsible for the development and operation of both beamlines
will be enlarged. The main focus is the further development of instruments
and methods, especially related to time-of flight methods, polarisation
analysis and novel focussing techniques.
We are currently looking for a postdoctoral fellow. Your tasks are:
- Development of methods and algorithms for the analysis of small-angle
scattering data from a variety of systems
- Implementation of research projects utilising SANS
- Participation in the user service of the SANS beamlines
- Ability and readiness to work in and to lead a team
- Special knowledge in neutron scattering
- Experience on the field of solid state or materials research, soft matter
or biological physics
- Experience with data analysis or measurement techniques
This position is limited to 3 years, in case of exceptional qualification
tenure can be envisaged.
Please send a cover letter, detailed CV and at least two academic references
to Hahn-Meitner-Institut Berlin, Abt. Personal und Soziales, Glienicker Str.
100, D-14109 Berlin, Germany, quoting reference number SF2007/15.
Yvonne Herzog, SF 3: Materials
Phone: +49-30-8062-2766; Fax: +49-30-8062-3059
Hahn-Meitner-Institut Berlin GmbH Mitglied der Hermann von
Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft Deutscher Forschungszentren e.V.
Vorsitzende des Aufsichtsrates: Dr. Beatrix Vierkorn-Rudolph,
Stellvertreter: Senatsdirigent Wolfgang Eckey
Geschäftsführer: Prof. Dr. Michael Steiner, Dr. Ulrich Breuer Sitz Berlin,
AG Charlottenburg, 89 HRB 5583
Glienicker Str. 100
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