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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Instrument scientist Experimental physics
- Instrument scientist Experimental physicsYou can expect a varied activity at the world's most intense positron source NEPOMUC and thus in the latest cutting-edge research with antimatter. Your activities as deputy instrument responsible include the development, construction and operation of measuring instruments at the positron beam facility.