For our location in Hamburg we are seeking:
Scientist P21.2 / PETRA III
Limited: 3 years with the possibility of a permanent position | Starting date: earliest possible | ID: FSMA064/2021 | Deadline: open
DESY, with more than 2700 employees at its two locations in Hamburg and Zeuthen, is one of the world's leading research centres. Its research focuses on decoding the structure and function of matter, from the smallest particles of the universe to the building blocks of life. In this way, DESY contributes to solving the major questions and urgent challenges facing science, society and industry. With its ultramodern research infrastructure, its interdisciplinary research platforms and its international networks, DESY offers a highly attractive working environment in the fields of science, technology and administration as well as for the education of highly qualified young scientists.
DESY looks back on a long tradition in synchrotron radiation experiments in a wide range of applications and has developed into one of the leading international centers in this field. For high-end synchrotron radiation applications, the 3rd generation source PETRA III is available since 2009 as one of the most brilliant X-ray sources worldwide. The Swedish Materials Science beamline P21 at PETRA III is dedicated to material characterization with multi-modal methodology using high energy X-ray diffraction and scattering methods. High energy X-rays exhibit high penetration into the sample and allow for complex sample environments and therefore have great potential for industrial applications.
About your role:
- Support of external user groups and customers from industry, in particular from Sweden, during the experiment at P21 and during data analysis
- Develop and implement new services for users of P21, in particular for users from industry
- Develop and conduct a scientific project in the area of materials characterization using high energy synchrotron radiation
- The project should have relevance for industrial applications
- If successful, the position can evolve in a permanent employment
- PhD in materials science, engineering science, physics or equivalent qualification
- Experience with characterization of materials with high energy synchrotron radiation
- Knowledge in the mechanical properties of materials, in particular metals
- Practice in conducting experiments at synchrotron radiation sources
- Interested to work in applied and industry relevant science
- Programming skills, e.g. Python & experience to analyze large data sets
- Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team and excellent knowledge of English
Good reasons to join:
Look forward to a unique working environment on our international research campus. We attach particular importance to appreciative cooperation and the well-being of our DESY employees. Gender equality is an important aspect for us. To support work-life balance we offer flexible working hours, variable part-time and job-sharing. You will benefit from our family-friendly and collegial atmosphere, our established health management and occupational pension provision. As a publicly funded employer, we offer you a secure workplace and facilitate your individual career with our comprehensive training and development opportunities. Remuneration is according to the regulations of the TV-AVH. DESY offers its employees a financial supplement for a job ticket at both locations.
For further information please contact Dr. Ulrich Lienert at +49 40 8998-3165 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please kindly submit your complete application documents including your salary expectations.
We look forward to receiving your application via our application portal:
DESY promotes equal opportunities and diversity. The professional development of women is very important to us and therefore we strongly encourage women to apply for the vacant position.
Applications from severely disabled persons will be given preference if they are equally qualified.
You can find further information here:
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
Human Resources Department | Notkestraße 85 | 22607 Hamburg
Phone: +49 40 8998-3392