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[SA_scat] Re-post: Postdoc-Position microfocus SAXS/WAXS beamlinePETRA III

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  • Subject: [SA_scat] Re-post: Postdoc-Position microfocus SAXS/WAXS beamlinePETRA III
  • From: "King, SM (Stephen)" <S.M.King@rl.ac.uk>
  • Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2008 16:52:59 +0100
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Dear colleague,

I would like to draw your attention to a postdoctoral fellow position (ref. No. 27/2008) at the microSAXS/WAXS beamline at PETRA III (DESY, Hamburg). The microSAX/WAXS beamline will start operation in mid-2009 and offers unique possibilities for scanning micro- and nanobeam experiments. To participate in the instrumentation and to develop a own research program, we are looking for a postdoctoral fellow. For detailed information, please visit the webpage http://www.desy.de/v2/docs/1205857142-e.pdf 
or see below and the attachment. I would kindly like to ask you if you could inform possible candidates about this position and if you would kindly display this job description at your institute.

Please feel free to contact me for further information!

With best regards
Stephan Roth

Dr. Stephan V. Roth           Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (HASYLAB)
phone:  +49-40-8998-2934/3992                               Notkestr. 85
fax:    +49-40-8994-2934                                   22607 Hamburg
e-mail: stephan.roth at desy.de                                     Germany
homepage: http://www.desy.de/~sroth/homepage.htm
SAXS/WAXS: http://petra3.desy.de/beamlines/work_packages/e1036/e1178/index_eng.html
BW4: http://hasylab.desy.de/facilities/doris_iii/beamlines/bw4/index_eng.html

Job description 27/2008

DESY is one of the world's leading accelerator centres for investigating the structure of matter. DESY develops, builds and operates large accelerator facilities for photon science and particle physics. Research at DESY relies on the interplay between photon science, particle physics and accelerator physics. DESY looks back on a long tradition in synchrotron radiation experiments in a wide range of applications and is currently developing into one of the leading centres in this field worldwide. At present, about 40 beamlines are operated at the storage ring DORIS III and the VUV FreeElectron Laser FLASH. Our new project is the conversion of the PETRA storage ring into one of the most brilliant hard Xray sources PETRA III.


 Work in a teamoriented environment in close collaboration with the user community
 Specification and implementation of the detector environment for the microSAXS/WAXS undulator beamline 
 Design and establishment of the sample environment for insitu scanning experiments in both transmission and grazing incidence geometry using microbeams including optical microscopy for insitu sample observation 
 Perform experiments at current HASYLAB SAXS beamlines as well as at 3rd generation synchrotron sources with the possibility to develop own research program

 Ph.D. in physics or a comparable qualification
 Experience in Xray
data acquisition, SAXS or GISAXS and at 3rd generation synchrotron radiation sources is highly desirable 
 Applications including CV, certificates, list of publications, and description of research interests For further information you may contact Dr. S. Roth (stephan.roth at desy.de , +49 40/89982934,
stephan.roth at desy.de) or Prof. Dr. E. Weckert (edgar.weckert at desy.de , +49 40/89984509).
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