[Neutron] Job vacancy: Post-doctoral fellow in neutron surface scattering

Tommy Nylander tommy.nylander at fkem1.lu.se
Tue Jan 11 17:03:12 CET 2022

Dear Colleagues.
We are looking for a Post-doctoral fellow in new exciting project with large potential for development and the possibility to work with an interdisciplinary team of researcher and neutron instrument scientists and engineers.
Please forward the information below to colleagues and potential candidates.

All the best

Post-doctoral fellow in neutron surface scattering
The understanding of interfacial properties of materials, as well as interfacial processes in terms of structural, morphological and compositional changes, is of crucial importance in many scientific fields that include chemistry, physics, biology and engineering. In the evaluation of capability gaps in the initial instrument suite, the European Spallation Source (ESS) has identified a dedicated surface scattering beamline as a high priority as one of the next instruments (16-22). In Sweden, a broad consortium, building on the strength in surface and interface science, has formed to push for a Swedish led project to design and construct such an instrument at ESS. This project will deliver a competitive instrument proposal for a dedicated grazing-incidence small-angle scattering (GISANS) beamline, named SAGA. The design of the instrument is directly motivated by the science and business case developed in coordination with the international community and will take full advantage of the brilliance of ESS. The output of the project will be the instrument proposal for the next ESS call and a detailed plan for the implementation.

The postdoctoral position will be placed at Lund University (Lund Institute of Advanced Neutron and X-ray Science (LINXS)), but the work involves close connections to project partners at Swedish universities and institutes with activities in neutron surface scattering as well as with the European Spallation Source, ESS. The project is funded by the Swedish Research Council.

For more information and application visit.

Professor Tommy Nylander
Lund University, Physical Chemistry
POBox 124, SE-221 00 Lund, SWEDEN
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Homepage www.physchem.lu.se<http://www.physchem.lu.se>
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