Position Summary Prepare and conduct experiments in experimental nuclear science, analyze and interpret the data and disseminate the results in peer-reviewed journals and at professional meetings Develop, test, implement, and document detectors systems, associated data acquisition systems, and analysis tools for nuclear science experiments Be an active member of the NSCL Experimental Research Division and collaborate with other researchers and staff to further nuclear science Interact with undergraduate and graduate students and help to supervise their research Follow Laboratory-wide policies, procedures and standards and contribute to a safe and welcoming environment at the Laboratory
Doctorate -Nuclear Physics, Nuclear & Radiochemistr
Minimum Requirements Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics, Nuclear & Radiochemistry, Nuclear Astrophysics, or related fields
Desired Qualifications Demonstrable knowledge of principles and techniques pertaining to nuclear science and experimental research Experience with computer programming for the purpose of acquiring and analyzing data and for the comparison with model predictions Excellent communication skills to present approaches, plans and findings both verbally and through written documents to peers
Required Application Materials
Cover letter and resume
Please submit cover letter and resume. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
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