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Fwd: NIST CNR Positions Available

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Date:        07/24  9:45 AM
Received:    07/24  1:56 PM
From:        Jeff Lynn, Jeff.Lynn@NIST.GOV
To:          neutron_listserver, neutron@anl.gov

The NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR) is a multidisciplinary 
 facility that provides modern neutron instrumentation for investigations
in a wide range of topics in physics, chemistry, materials science,
biology, and engineering.  The instrumentation is available through a
formal user program, through collaborative research programs with NIST
staff, and via cooperative research agreements and programs with 
scientists.  Currently we are seeking qualified candidates for two
potential openings:  An Instrument Scientist in small angle neutron
scattering, and a postdoctoral-type position for a person with experience
in triple axis spectrometry, in the general area of Magnetism and
	Some additional information about the positions follows.  For more
information about the facility please visit our webpage at

Small-Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS) Instrument Scientist.  
A recent Ph.D. in experimental Condensed Matter or Materials Physics,
Materials Science, or Chemical Physics with experience in microstructure
characterization using x-ray or neutron diffraction techniques is sought 
share the responsibilities associated with the operation of two, 30 meter
SANS instruments.  These responsibilities include assisting visiting
researchers in conducting experiments and reducing data, instrument 
and calibration, and participating in instrument and equipment development
projects, including software development.  These duties are intended to
occupy no more than two-thirds of the instrument scientist's time to 
him/her to conduct independent or collaborative research using the SANS
instruments and other facilities at the NCNR.  Appointment will initially
be for two years with the possibility of extension for up to an additional
two years.  Salary is in the range from $40,000 to $50,000 depending on
qualifications and experience.

Letters expressing interest in this position along with a resume should be
sent to:

Dr. Charles J. Glinka
Building 235, E-151
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20899
(301) 975-6242
or electronically at CGlinka@NIST.gov

Magnetism and Superconductivity
A recent Ph.D in experimental condensed matter physics is sought, with
experience in the general area of dynamics of magnetic materials and/or
superconductors.  Familiarity with triple-axis spectrometry is desired, 
not essential.  No formal instrumental responsibilities are required, with
the majority of the scientist's time devoted to collaborative or
independent research in the team.  Positions are typically two to three
years, with a salary in the range $40,000-$45,000 depending on
qualifications and experience.

Please send inquiries and your resume to:

Dr. Jeffrey W. Lynn
NIST Center for Neutron Research
Building 235
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
(301) 975-6246
or electronically at Jeff.Lynn@NIST.gov

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Dr. John D. Barnes                       email: john.barnes@nist.gov
NIST Polymer Structure and Mechanics Grp Voice: 301-975-6786
Bldg 224, Rm A209                        FAX: 301-977-2018
NIST, Gaithersburg, MD 20899             URL: http://www.nist.gov/sas
                               or http://www.ctcms.nist.gov/~jdbarnes