job opening

A.A.vanWell at IRI.TUDelft.NL A.A.vanWell at IRI.TUDelft.NL
Mon Mar 18 09:14:54 CST 1996


The Interfacultair Reactor Instituut (IRI), affiliated 
with the Delft University of Technology, is
the Dutch university center for research, education and 
training in areas where its nuclear
reactor, radionuclides, ionizing radiation and related 
expertise play a central role. The four
research departments are Radiochemistry, Radiation 
Chemistry, Reactor Physics and Radiation
Physics. The institute has a staff of about 200.

At our Radiation Physics department there is a vacancy 
for a scientist (m/f) as the
also to be appointed at the Faculty of Applied Physics 
as full-time

Within this department condensed matter research is 
carried out with thermal neutron beams
and M”ssbauer spectrometry. The major neutron research 
areas are dynamics and structure of
liquids and alloys, static and dynamic properties of 
mesoscopic magnetic systems (polarized
neutrons), and surface and interfacial studies 
(reflectometry). The department also supports
other Dutch groups in their neutron research projects. 
At our reactor five neutron instruments
are available, an extension is planned, and we make use 
of international facilities (ISIS, ILL,
HMI, Risþ, Saclay).
The department now has 9 scientists, including one 
professor of Radiation Physics, 15 technical
staff, 14 PhD- and 10 MSc students.

Scientists with experience in the development of neutron 
scattering techniques are invited to
The candidates should have a relevant established 
research and teaching record. He/she should
be capable of leading an interdisciplinary department in 
a cooperative style. Appropriate
communication and teaching skills are demanded, as well 
as readiness to learn Dutch.

For more information, please contact professor 
L.A. de Graaf (tel.+31 15 2785545) or
professor H. van Dam (tel.+31 15 2783608). 
Information is also available on Internet at and in Neutron News, 5(2) 
1994, p. 12. Applications including a
curriculum vitae, list of publications and a short 
summary on scientific and teaching activities
should be sent by April 1, 1996 to Mrs. drs. C. Muis, 
Interfacultair Reactor Instituut, Mekelweg
15, 2629 JB Delft, the Netherlands.

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