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[SA_scat] Research position at Brazilian Synchrotron LightLaboratory

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  • From: "King, SM (Stephen)" <S.M.King@rl.ac.uk>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 16:47:14 +0100
Research position at Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory

(LNLS - Brazil)

Small (Wide) Angle X-Ray Scattering


LNLS is a 1.37 GeV synchrotron source located in Campinas, Brazil, at 90 km NW from So Paulo.  It is the only synchrotron laboratory in Latin America and has two beam lines dedicated to Small and Wide Angle X-Ray Scattering.  Peripheral instrumentation for in-situ experiments and sample treatment are also available at the LNLS campus. 


A researcher position to be part of LNLS staff is now available in the Small Angle Scattering group.  The LNLS is seeking a motivated researcher with a strong background in X-ray scattering theory, as well as an interest in instrumentation and/or methodology.  The successful candidate is expected to conduct independent research, coordinate SAXS beamlines  providing support to external users and contribute to the continuous improvement and upgrade of the beamlines.


Application letter and CV including the contacts of three referees should be sent to resaxs@lnls.br <mailto:resaxs@lnls.br> 


On behalf of Iris Torriani.


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