The successful candidate will join an existing team of two scientists and one postdoc. Beside running his/her own research program, he/she will assist external users during their experiments on either of both stations and will be involved in instrumental developments of the beamline. First of all, the successfull candidate is expected to run his/her own
KU Leuven, deadline June 10, 2015. Phenomena emerging from relativistic electrons in solids have become one the main topical subjects in condensed matter physics. Among a wealth of intriguing new phenomena, several classes of materials have emerged including 2-dimensional materials (graphene and others) and topological insulators. Although the physics underlying the functionality of these new
The European X-Ray Free-Electron Laser Facility GmbH (European XFEL GmbH) is a multi-national non-profit company. It will make available X-rays pulses of unique quality for studies in physics, chemistry, the life sciences, materials research and other disciplines. Located in the Hamburg area, Germany, it will comprise scientific instruments for a wide range of experimental techniques.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. A research scientist position is available in the area of scanning probe x-ray microscopy. The position is within the Experimental Systems Group at the Advanced Light Source synchrotron radiation facility at LBNL, a global leader in x-ray science. Work includes design and development of state-of-the-art scanning transmission x-ray microscopes for use