14/6 – 2 offres KEK

Open: 2012/6/13
Job No. IMSS12-4
Inst./Lab: Institute Materials Structure Science
Job Description: Muon Science Laboratory, Institute of Materials Structure Science (KEK-MSL) has been serving as a national center of muon science since the first successful production of pulsed muon beam in 1980. It is now operating the world strongest muon source and user facility MUSE (Muon Science Establishment) at Tokai campus in Ibaraki, as a part of J-PARC (Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex) in collaboration with the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA). The Laboratory is seeking young outstanding scientists who will actively involved in one of the following scientific programs in collaboration with KEK-MSL staff.
1) Advanced µSR study on condensed matter science (including magnetism, superconductivity, hydrogen-related solid state physics etc.)
2) Development of high intense muon beams and related techniques at J-PARC MUSE
3) Atomic physics and related sciences using negative muons (muonic atom, muonic X-ray spectroscopy, etc)
The succesful candidate is not necessarily have experience on muon science, but should prove one’s expertise and ability in his/her primary field of interest and willingness to undertake the challenge of the muon science.
Position: Postdoctoral Fellow
Applications Deadline: 2012/7/24


Open: 2012/6/13
Job No. IMSS12-2
Inst./Lab: Institute Materials Structure Science
Job Description: The Institute of Materials Structure Science is intensively constructing advanced neutron instruments at J-PARC (Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex). The successful candidate is expected to move ahead on the structure analysis of hydrogen storage materials with the High Intensity Total diffractometer (NOVA). He/she is expected to take a leading role in synthesizing hydrogen storage materials for neutron scattering, hydrogen-gas in-situ measurements on NOVA and the crystal structural analysis of NOVA’s data with Rietveld refinement, Maximum Entropy method and Pair Density Function analysis. Also, he/she is expected to perform neutron inelastic measurements, synchrotron radiation research, muon measurements, and positron annihilation measurements.
Position: Associate Professor
Applications Deadline: 2012/8/1


Source : Job opportunities | KEK – 14 Juin 2012

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