The Technical University of Munich operates the research neutron source Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II) in Garching near Munich, which is one of the most powerful and advanced neutron sources worldwide. As a service center for science and a service provider for the industry, we have a leading position in the field of research with neutrons and their scientific and technical use.
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In order to maintain the longterm operation of the research neutron source and its constant development, we are looking for natural scientists, engineers, technicians and welcome your unsolicited applications.
- Instrument scientistsYou play a leading role in the development of methods and instrumentation in the area of high resolution time-of-flight spectroscopy with cold neutrons and are responsible for the operation of the spectrometer TOFTOF at the FRM II. In close collaboration with scientists and engineers from other in-house groups, you will be engaged in the upgrade of the instrument and the development and simulations of similar instruments at FRM II. In addition, you pursue your own research interests based on neutron scattering techniques, i.e. neutron spectroscopy.
- Instrument scientistYour task is to initiate and oversee projects in the area of neutron methods and neutron optics. You will be responsible for the scientific and technical operation of our testing beamline TREFF in the guide hall of the FRM II. In close collaboration with scientists and engineers from other in-house groups, you will constantly improve the instrument and integrate new components. At the instrument TREFF you will perform neutron measurements for quality control for internal groups and external companies.