Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) is a world leader in fundamental science research in the public interest. The Advanced Light Source (ALS) is a Berkeley Lab user facility that is the nation’s premier soft x-ray synchrotron light source.
We are seeking top-notch engineers and scientists to join Berkeley Lab to fill engineering positions in accelerator projects, including a major upgrade to the ALS.
Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) will be a new Center for Scientific Research to be built by the National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH) in Bucharest-Magurele, Romania.
ELI-NP is a complex facility which will host two state-of-the-art machines of high performances:
A very high intensity laser with two 10 PW lasers;
A very intense, brilliant ã beam, very low bandwidth, with E ã until 19MeV, which is obtained by incoherent Compton back scattering of a laser light off an intense electron beam (Ee> 700 MeV) produced by a warm LINAC.
IFIN-HH – ELI-NP is organizing competitions for filling the folowing positions: Senior and Junior Researchers, Postdoctoral research assistants, PhD students, Engineers/Physicists (particle accelerators, mechanics, optics), Engineers (physics, laser, electronic, electrical, electrotechnical, instrumentation and control) and Technicians.
At ARFIMA, we believe that our main asset is our people. We are dedicated to create an exciting and challenging workplace to attract talented and motivated individuals. Everyone in our workplace is strongly encouraged to move forward every day, to learn and to innovate using our in-house training program.
We are offering opportunity to both experienced trader and talented individual with high motivation.
Starting from 2016 the IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in the field of Magnetism is awarded every year to a young scientist for theoretical or experimental work in fields of fundamental or applied magnetism. Call for nominations is open now and closes on July 31, 2016.
Una investigación dirigida por el español Antonio Picón ha logrado ver cambios en moléculas muy pequeñas y en tiempo real gracias esta fuente de luz.
Leer artículo en el ABC: http://www.abc.es/ciencia/abci-rayos-nueva-camara-para-filmar-vida-minuscula-atomos-201606212059_noticia.html