Joachim Kohlbrecher joachim.kohlbrecher at
Tue Sep 26 11:18:16 CDT 2000


Physicist - Neutron Scattering

Your tasks

- Co-responsibility for the operation and further development of the
small-angle scattering instrument at the neutron spallation source, in
particular assisting guest scientists in conducting experiments and
reducing data.

- Participating in instrument and equipment development projects.

- Development and installation of analytical software for the instrument.

- Performance of neutron scattering experiments for your own research.

Your profile

You are recently graduated (PhD) in experimental (soft condensed matter)
physics, physical chemisty, or materials science, with experience in
microstructure or macromolecular structure characterization using x-ray or
neutron diffraction techniques. Furthermore, we expect the ability to work
in a team and to communicate (establishing a professional relationship with
guest scientists) as well as your willingness to work flexible hours. The
duties due to assisting external guest and instrument development are
intended to occupy no more than two-thirds of the instrument scientist's
time to enable him/her to conduct independent or collaborative research
using the SANS instruments and other facilities at the SINQ.

Appointment will initially be for three years with the possibility of an
Dr. J. Kohlbrecher (Tel: int+ (41) 56 310-3165,
email:joachim.kohlbrecher at )
or Dr. W. Wagner (Tel: int+ (41) 56 310-2517, email: werner.wagner at
gladly provides you with further informations.

Expressions of interest in this position along with a resume should be sent
Human Resources,
CH-5232 Villigen PSI,
Ref.: 8720/A

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