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Perform basic or applied research in the area of irradiation accelerated corrosion. Play a leading role in projects aimed at understanding the role of irradiation in the corrosion of austenitic stainless steels, ferritic stainless steels, and zirconium alloys in high temperature, high pressure water. Conduct experiments using an accelerator; a high temperature, high pressure autoclave system; and sample interface to study the effects on corrosion. Publish and present research results in peer-reviewed professional journals and at scientific conferences. Mentor undergraduate and graduate students engaged in research activities and perform service as a member of dissertation committees.
Master's degree in Materials Science plus two years of post-doctoral research experience in corrosion or electrochemistry, behavior of materials in high temperature water, and irradiation effects on materials plus experience operating high temperature, high pressure autoclave system, plus a record of peer-reviewed publications in Materials Science.
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