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[SA_scat] [SPAM] ASSP SANS analysis and modeling position

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  • Subject: [SA_scat] [SPAM] ASSP SANS analysis and modeling position
  • From: "Paul Butler" <butler@nist.gov>
  • Date: Sun, 27 Jul 2008 17:22:45 -0400
  • Priority: normal
The Department of Chemistry at The University of Tennessee (UT) is seeking a scientist 
with a strong computational background in any area of nano and microscale science with a 
preference for the area of soft matter, to participate in a software modeling and 
simulation project aimed at solving complex micro-structural problems with small angle 
neutron scattering (SANS).

The position is based at the NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR) in Gaithersburg, MD. 
 Appointment will be for two-three years.  Salary is in the range from $55,000 to $70,000 
depending on qualifications and experience.  Complete information about the position's 
requirements and responsibilities is available at 
http://www.ncnr.nist.gov/jobs/SANS_DANSE_Sci08.html.  
Expressions of interest along with a resume should be sent (preferably electronically) to 
Dr. Paul Butler, at paul.butler@nist.gov, and Dr. Mathieu Doucet, at 
mathieu.doucet@nist.gov.  Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate has 
been identified.


Paul Butler
NIST cnr
Bldg 235, E151
100 Bureau Drive STOP 6102
Gaithersburg, MD   20899-6102

Phone:  (301) 975-2028
FAX  :  (301) 921-9847
e-mail  butler@nist.gov


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