Postdoc Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy – DelftUniversityofTechnology(TUDelft) – Delft

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DelftUniversityofTechnology(TUDelft)

As a Postdoctoral Researcher at the TU Delft Reactor Institute, you will play a pivotal role in advancing the scientific utilization of our Positron facilities. You will become an acknowledged expert in the field of position techniques and your key responsibilities will include:

  • User Support and Training: You will provide training and assistance to users, guiding them in utilizing the Positron facilities effectively for their research endeavors.
  • Data Interpretation and Analysis: Analyzing scientific data generated by experiments, you will offer insights and guidance to users, aiding in the interpretation of results and recommending strategies for sample preparation and data analysis.
  • Instrument Optimization: Collaborating closely with users and instrument technicians, you will contribute to the adaptation and optimization of the Positron facilities to maximize experimental outcomes.
  • Continuous Development: Drive improvements in the Positron facilities, focusing on enhancing resolution, accuracy, and measurement speed through the introduction of innovative detection designs and sample environments.
  • Promotion and Networking: Promote our facility within the global scientific community by participating in conferences, organizing workshops, and disseminating research findings through publications. Establish and nurture relationships with universities, research institutes, and industry partners in the Netherlands, showcasing the value of positron-based research for R&D activities.

You will work closely with a dedicated team of technicians and fellow researchers, fostering a culture of collaboration, knowledge sharing, and innovation. In addition, you will receive training and support to expand your expertise and excel in your role. We intend to secure additional funding enabling transition of this postdoctoral position into a permanent instrument scientist position within three years.

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