Berkeley Lab's Accelerator Technology & Applied Physics (ATAP) Division has an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow. We are looking for a talented and motivated postdoctoral fellow to join our team working on exciting research projects in Magnetic Systems Sciences and Engineering for Accelerator/Detectors to support the Berkeley Center for Magnetics Technology's Research and Development programs. Under the direction of the Director of Berkeley Center for Magnet Technology, you will apply a broad array of skills to magnet analysis, design, fabrication, instrumentation, and measurement of superconducting magnets, electromagnets, and permanent magnets for particle accelerators and detectors.
What You Will Do:
Perform analysis, design, fabrication, and testing of magnets for High Energy Physics, Basic Energy Sciences, and Fusion Energy Sciences, including the US Magnet Development Progra, the HL-LHC AUP, the Advanced Light Source Upgrade Project, and support other accelerator/detector facilities.
Interact with LBL and other investigators in the scientific community working on similar or related scientific problems.
Prepare research papers for publication
Present findings at seminars and conferences
What is Required:
Recent Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Science, Accelerator Physics, or similar technical fields.
Knowledge of magnet analysis, design, manufacturing, testing and cryogenics systems is desirable
Ability to contribute to experimental activities involving beam-based measurements
Ability to work independently and interact with multiple team members
Good communication skills; ability to present research results effectively
Availability to travel and present work at collaboration meetings, workshops, and conferences
Relevant publication record and demonstration of proficient written and oral presentation of scientific results.
The posting shall remain open until the position is filled.
This is a full time, 1 year, postdoctoral appointment with the possibility of renewal based upon satisfactory job performance, continuing availability of funds and ongoing operational needs. Salary for Postdoctoral positions depends on years of experience post-degree.
Full-time, M-F, exempt (monthly paid) from overtime pay.
This position is represented by a union for collective bargaining purposes.
Salary will be predetermined based on postdoctoral step rates.
This position may be subject to a background check. Any convictions will be evaluated to determine if they directly relate to the responsibilities and requirements of the position. Having a conviction history will not automatically disqualify an applicant from being considered for employment.
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