Variable density turbulence is important in many astrophysical processes, geophysical flows and engineering applications, and modeling of these flows poses unique challenges due to complex physical interactions that result from density differences between fluids.
The Occupational Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner will be expected to provide exceptional service at the worker, group, and institutional level. You will have opportunities to learn and to practice medicine in exciting fields such as: radiation emergency medicine.
The successful candidate will pursue model development, implementation, and validation against experimental data. Collaboration with experimental investigators, theoretical and computational chemists, and materials model developers will be essential.
The successful candidate will carry out research relevant to the process/structure/properties of ceramic materials for Nuclear Energy programs using traditional ceramic processing techniques, feedstock synthesis and characterization, microstructural characterization.
The pore-scale model will take results from experimental measurements and finer-scale simulations as input and provide detailed information on the concentration of aqueous actinide species, the composition of actinide solids, reaction rates, solid/pore structure, as well as their evolution with time.
Provide leadership in identifying, promoting, and developing appropriate new Laboratory-wide technical capabilities, including influencing and establishing Laboratory strategies to ensure alignment of new programs to priorities and mission.
This position will be filled at either the Scientist 3/4level, depending on the skills of the selected candidate. Additional job responsibilities (outlined below) will be assigned if the candidate is hired at the higher level.
This position will be filled at either the Scientist 2/Scientist 3 level, depending on the skills of the selected candidate. Additional job responsibilities (outlined below) will be assigned if the candidate is hired at the higher level.
Functional properties characterizations including magnetism and low temperature transport are critical skills. Experience in reflection high-energy electron diffraction, synchrotron experiments or LabVIEW will be a plus.
We seek to explore new regimes of light-matter interaction between low energy excitations in quantum materials and plasmonic metasurfaces. The experimental systems available for these projects include several amplified femtosecond laser systems with wavelengths.
A strong background in experimental condensed matter physics. The ability to communicate effectively across multiple levels of peers and supervisors. Demonstrated abilities in writing peer reviewed publications.
The project you will join will adhere to an aggressive, milestone-driven schedule. It is expected that the successful candidate will travel to various laser facilities, both national and international, to conduct experiments.