The Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences is seeking candidates to fill the position of Assistant Research Scientist.
Conducting analysis on ion-irradiation effects in various materials, mainly concentrated solid solution alloys, and publising the results in high impact scientific journals. Participation in non-didactic instructional activities, mentoring and supervising undergraduate and graduate students engaged in research activities, and as a member of dissertation committees.
PhD in Materials Science with at least 3 years of postdoctoral research experience. Shown potential for scholarly development, possibly as part of a larger research program. Have a record of peer-reviewed publications. Participation in relevant academic or professional meetings.
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