[Neutron] Job opening: Instrument Responsible Diffraction with polarised neutrons

Stephanie Chapman - STFC UKRI stephanie.chapman at stfc.ac.uk
Mon Jul 12 17:33:54 CEST 2021

Position: Instrument Responsible Diffraction with polarised neutrons

Employer: RWTH Aachen University, job location at FRM II / MLZ

Job Description: The Institute of Crystallography of RWTH Aachen operates jointly with the Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) the single crystal diffractometer POLI at the neutron research reactor (FRM II) at the Heinz Maier-Leibniz-Centre (MLZ) in Garching close to Munich. This innovative and modern instrument uses hot, polarized neutrons and offers outstanding, worldwide unique opportunities to study e.g. complex magnetic systems. Future developments span, for instance, the installation of a 2D detector, an ultralow temperature (< 1 K) option and a novel in-situ polarizer in collaboration with expert teams, e.g. of JCNS. A position is available for an instrument scientist in full time at the earliest possible date for the scientific support and methodological advancement of POLI at FRM II.

More information at: https://www.ifk.rwth-aachen.de/global/show_document.asp?id=aaaaaaaabcawmko

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