Postdoctoral Fellow - Physics of Inertial Fusion Energy (134)
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In the department 89 (Plasma Physics and Ultra-High Intensity Interactions) we would like to announce an open position: Postdoctoral Fellow - Physics of Inertial Fusion Energy (134)
The candidate is expected to work on the development of new physics models for high-power laser-matter interaction in the context of laser fusion, such as novel targetry, non-local transport processes of particles and radiation, parametric instabilities, absorption etc. He/she will perform simulations for the preparation of upcoming experiments on large-scale facilities and participate in data interpretation.
Requirements for the ideal candidate (candidate should have several of the listed skills):
- PhD in Physics, preferentially theoretical physics
- a good background in plasma physics
- knowledge of high-power laser-plasma interaction
- experience with microscopic/macroscopic simulation tools for plasmas
- analytical abilities
- possibility to work in a brand-new lab where highly innovative techniques are being implemented
- workplace where people with new ideas and passion for realization can try new things
- competitive salary, flexible working hours
- 5 weeks of holidays and 6 days of personal leave
- meal allowance, pension contribution
- profit from worldwide connections of the team
- highly motivating and friendly team environment
- possibility of long-term employment for proven experts
- unique chance to spend some years in the beautiful city of Prague while building a carrier in science
Applications, containing CV, cover letter, contacts of references, and any other material the candidate considers relevant, should be sent to Mrs. Jana Ženíšková, HR specialist (firstname.lastname@example.org, +420 - 601560322).
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