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Develop strategy for assessments and audits of activities and functions to enhance compliance of policies and procedures
A particular focus of E3SM is fully coupled, global, high-resolution simulations of the Earth system relevant for energy and coastal impacts.
Coordinate the work of others and serve as a role model for creative technical leadership within the team.
Expert understanding and experience of the design, specification, and operation of custom Induction coils.
Act as the primary Construction interface for internal and external customers within assigned area ensuring clear and open communication including managing expectations, commitments, and issue resolution.
Serve as the project technical representative on equipment design/build contracts and/or purchase requisitions.
The candidate will also be encouraged to explore novel device functionalities within the scope of radiation detection; for example, new device architecture design, novel carrier extraction properties and ultra-fast device response.
Energy: carbon sequestration, geothermal energy, wind energy, unconventional oil & gas, energy-water nexus, nuclear energy, energy storage, energy infrastructure.
Demonstrated undergraduate training in electrical engineering fields that support competency in the design of high current power supplies, high voltage engineering, or pulsed power engineering.
Solving important and challenging radiation transport problems for a variety of applications. Developing and applying tools for high‐fidelity simulations of reactor cores.
Experience in modeling and simulation using radiation transport codes and burn (or depletion) codes.
The PFF supports a user facility, develops magnet technology, and advances science and technology using high magnetic fields
Perform technical cyber security assessments of systems and services connected to LANL networks, and document actions, findings, and recommend corrective actions.
Our multifaceted, highly collaborative team, which includes capabilities in sample growth, characterization, device fabrication, measurements under extreme conditions (high pressure and low temperature).
This position will require strong communication skills to interact with a multidisciplinary, integrated team.
Perform as a construction engineer in a broad range of construction engineering work at the National Laboratory (LANL) involving both self-performed work and oversight of subcontractor performed work.
The successful candidate will be expected to independently perform the following duties of this position in the areas of electrical, instrumentation and control, mechanical, structural/civil.
This position will be filled at either the Cybersecurity Technical Staff 3 or 4 level, depending on the skills of the selected candidates.
Additional activities include the development of a Monolithic-Active-Pixel-Sensor (MAPS) based vertex detector for the next generation heavy ion experiment, sPHENIX, and future EIC efforts.
Understanding the network transport interface to the Message Passing Interface (MPI) and parallel file systems such GPFS and Lustre.
Successful candidates will be located either at the LUMOS labs at LANL or at the CINT Core Facility in Albuquerque, outside of Sandia National Laboratories.
The selected candidate will be part of a multi-disciplinary team as they assess the effect of experimental data on simulation uncertainty in large-scale physics simulations.
Demonstrated ability to carry out independent and collaborative research with significant hands-on research experience in laboratory plasma-physics.
Provide high quality analytical chemistry results for routine and non-routine samples.
Serve as primary point of contact for LANL programs to assist them with shipping needs.