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[SA_Scat] Postdoc (f/m) Small & Wide Angle X-ray Scattering at DESY

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  • From: <stephen.king@stfc.ac.uk>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2018 09:35:45 +0000
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SMALL & WIDE ANGLE SCATTERING
DESY, Hamburg location, is seeking:
Postdoc (f/m) Small & Wide Angle X-ray ScatteringRenumeration Group 13
DESYDESY is one of the world's leading research centres for photon science, particle and astroparticle physics as well as accelerator physics.With the storage ring PETRA III and the Free-Electron-Laser FLASH, DESY offers a unique combination of photon sources to the scientific community.PETRA III, one of the most brilliant hard X-ray facilities world wide, currently provides 17 undulator beamlines for experiments utilizing the extreme sourcebrilliance. For the extension of the PETRA III facility, DESY is seeking a scientist to develop and implement new instrumentation for small and wideangle X-ray scattering techniques at the Swedish high-energy X-ray (40-150 keV) material science beamline (P21).
The position_ Strengthen the SAXS and WAXS programs at the beamline_ Design and implement relevant instrumentation (including X-ray opticsand sample environments)_ Employ relevant data reduction and evaluation software, developsoftware as necessary_ Perform scientific projects and work closely with external users andCollaborators
Requirements_ PhD in physics, chemistry, materials science, or related fields_ Background in SAXS/WAXS off hard materials_ Experience with synchrotron X-ray (preferred) or neutron diffractiontechniques_ Experience with data acquisition control software and scientific programmingtechniques_ Experimental skills and interest in instrumentation development_ Excellent knowledge of English and teamwork abilities
For further information please contact Dr. Ulrich Lienert +49-40-8998-3165 orDr. Wolfgang Drube +49-40-8998-2674.
The position is limited to 3 years.
Salary and benefits are commensurate with those of public service organisations in Germany. Classification is based upon qualifications and assignedduties. Handicapped persons will be given preference to other equally qualified applicants. DESY operates flexible work schemes. DESY is an equalopportunity, affirmative action employer and encourages applications from women. Vacant positions at DESY are in general open to part-time-work. Duringeach application procedure DESY will assess whether the post can be filled with part-time employees. There is a bilingual kindergarten on the DESYsite.
We are looking forward to your application quoting the reference code preferably via our electronic application System: https://www.desy.de/about_desy/career/online_application/index_eng.html
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESYHuman Resources Department j Code: FSMA075/2017Notkestra├če 85 j 22607 Hamburg j Germany j Phone: +49 40 8998-3392Email: recruitment@desy.de<mailto:recruitment@desy.de>
Deadline for applications: 4 February 2018
www.desy.de<http://www.desy.de>
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