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[SA_Scat] Scientist (f/m/diverse) (Anomalous-) Small-Angle X-rayScattering Beamline (P62)

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  • Subject: [SA_Scat] Scientist (f/m/diverse) (Anomalous-) Small-Angle X-rayScattering Beamline (P62)
  • From: "Haas, Sylvio" <sylvio.haas@desy.de>
  • Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2019 11:53:32 +0100 (CET)
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DESY is one of the world's leading research centres for photon science, 
particle and astroparticle physics as well as accelerator physics. More 
than 2400 employees work at our two locations Hamburg and Zeuthen in 
science, technology and administration.
Looking back on a long tradition in research with synchrotron radiation,
DESY is one of the leading centres in the field of photon scienceworldwide. 
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 worldwide,currently 
provides 20 undulator beamlines for experiments utilizing the extreme 
source brilliance. A new Small-Angle X-ray Scattering beamline (P62) is 
presently under construction and will receive first X-rays in 2020. lt isin 
particular designed for anomalous scattering (3.5- 35.0 keV) as well as
computed tomography of combined SAXS/WAXS experiments in hard
and soft condensed matter research. We want to strengthen the P62 team 
and are looking for a candidate to support the installation andcommissioning
of the new beamline, to lead relevant scientific projects and to workclosely
with external collaborators. The work includes design and implementationof
new instrumentation such as sample environments, development of 
experimental control, data reduction and evaluation software. These tasks 
will proceed in close collaboration with the beamline team members and 
technical service groups.
** The position
- Support the installation and commissioning of a new SAXS/WAXS beamline 
- Take part in the development of experiment control software based onTango/Sardana/Spock macros 
- Design and implement new instrumentation / sample environments 
- Develop own independent research using SAXS/WAXS techniques andparticipate in collaborative projects with external groups at the beamline
** Requirements
- PhD in physics, chemistry or related disciplines 
- Experience with small-angle X-ray scattering (preferably hard condensedmatter) using synchrotron radiation 
- Experimental skills and interest in instrumentation development 
- Good knowledge of data acquisition control software and scientificprogramming techniques 
- Excellent knowledge of English and teamwork abilities
For further information please contact Dr. Sylvio Haas,
+49-40-8998-4214 (sylvio.haas@desy.de), or visit
for further information.
Deadline for applications: 31.01.2019
Dr. Sylvio Haas 
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY).
Beamline manager P62 ((A)SAXS - Beamline)
Geb. 46g / R. O1.002
Notkestr. 85               Email :  <mailto:sylvio.haas@desy.de>sylvio.haas@desy.de
D-22603 Hamburg            Phone : +49 40 8998 4214
Germany                    Fax   : +49 40 8998 4475
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