Scientist position at HMI, Berlin

marie haltod haltod at
Mon Jul 17 11:03:21 CDT 2000

                      Department of Magnetism
                          Scientist, Ph.D.
                 (Physicist, Chemist, Mineralogist)
                            No. SF 00/28

A scientist position is open at the Hahn Meitner Institute, department of 
magnetism. He/she will have full responsibility for the newest, high resolution 
powder diffractometer E9 at the Berlin Neutron Scattering Center (BENSC) 
covering user support (i.e. experiments and data analysis) as well as for further 
development of the neutron powder diffraction instrumentation and 
improvement of analysis methods. A second focus will be the candidate’s own 
independent research program which should be closely connected to the use of 
the powder diffractometry.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Physics, Chemistry or Mineralogy. He/she 
should have experience in neutron diffraction, very good knowledge in solid 
state physics and crystallography, good computer and experimental skills and 
preferably a strong research interest in magnetism.

The Hahn Meitner Institute is a research center of the Federal Republic of 
Germany and the land Berlin with about 820 employees working at Berlin-
Wannsee and Berlin-Adlershof. A key activity is the basic research on the 
structure of condensed matter using neutron scattering at the research reactor 
BER II (Berlin-Wannsee) as well as synchrotron radiation scattering at BESSY 

Remuneration and the duration of the contract will depend on the candidate’s 
qualifications and scientific achievements. Applications including a full 
curriculum vitae should be sent under SF 00/28 to Hahn-Meitner-Institut 
Berlin, Abt. Personal und Soziales, Glienicker Str. 100, 14109 Berlin, 
Germany (email: personalabteilung at The deadline is 15/8/2000.

For informal inquiries, please contact Dr. H.A. Graf (phone +49-30-8062-
2778, e-mail Graf at


Marie Haltod
Hahn-Meitner-Institut Berlin
Abt. SF2
Glienicker Str. 100
14109 Berlin
Tel. +49-30-8062-2689
Fax  +49-30-8062-2999

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