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Superconducting RF and Cryogenics Division Director
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
We are seeking an experienced scientist/engineer to lead our new Superconducting RF and Cryogenics Division at SLAC. We are about to begin commissioning and operations for LCLS-II, and have many exciting upgrades coming in the future.
Link: https://brightrecruits.com/physicsworld-jobs/job/superconducting-rf-and-cryogenics-division-director/
Vacuum System Engineer
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
We are searching for an experienced vacuum systems engineer to ensure efficient and reliable operation of multiple accelerator vacuum systems, and to design and implement new systems. Our machines require a range of vacuum requirements including UHV and the particle-free environments necessary for superconducting linacs.

See SLAC Job ID 4352 'Vacuum Systems Engineer'
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Radiation Physicist
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
We are seeking a Radiation Physicist to join our Radiation Protection Department (RPD) to support one or more SLAC accelerator facilities, beamlines and/or experimental facilities, for their safe design and operation to protect the workers, users, public and the environment. The Radiation Physicist will also carry out responsibilities for the establishment and implementation of the radiological protection programs for the assigned facilities and/or RPD programs. The Radiation Physicist will also interact with staff scientists, engineers, technical and administrative personnel, users, contractors, regulators and other stakeholders; develop technical notes, operating procedures and program manuals. Additionally, the Radiation Physicist is expected to lead and/or participate in program assessments, and provide training.

SLAC Job ID 4452
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
FEL Accelerator Physicist
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
The Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS), located at SLAC, began operation twelve years ago as the world's first hard x-ray free-electron laser, producing ultra-fast pulses of coherent x-rays with unprecedented brightness.

This position offers the opportunity to gain valuable experience in a new, exciting, rapidly growing field of FEL accelerator science and technology.

Our group is responsible for operating, maintaining and upgrading accelerator systems including the undulator complex while ensuring systems availability at a very high level. Our team constantly develops novel operating modes to explore new scientific frontiers through advanced control of electron and photon beams. An important aspect is effective collaboration and communication with accelerator operations, x-ray instrument scientists, and other SLAC groups.

We’re seeking an Accelerator Physicist. The successful candidate will participate in the Accelerator Physics program carried out by the Normal Conducting Linac & FEL Division within the Accelerator Directorate, working on projects to improve LCLS capabilities and reliability. Project topics include precision control of electron beam optics, time and energy profiles, the generation of ultrashort and high peak power X-ray pulses, undulator-based wavelength tuning and performance optimizations, and self-seeded FELs.

Responsibilities will also include participation in the commissioning and operation of new accelerator and undulator systems requiring occasional shift work

SLAC Job ID 4394 'Accelerator Physicist'
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Accelerator Physicist - Plasma Wakefield Acceleration
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is one of the world’s premier research laboratories, providing internationally leading capabilities in accelerator physics, high energy physics, and photon science. FACET-II is an electron beam driven plasma wakefield accelerator and National User Facility utilizing the middle third of the two-mile linac. The selected candidate will work closely with the FACET-II team to design, manage, commission, and ultimately facilitate the operation of the FACET-II National User Facility. Opportunity for being involved in accelerator improvement projects (AIPs) and in User experiments.

SLAC Job ID 4136 'Staff Engineering Physicist - FACET-II'
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Associate Scientist - Ultrafast Electron Diffraction
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
The Accelerator Directorate at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory seeks an Associate Scientist with a proven track record of scientific achievement to lead R&D efforts in accelerator operations and accelerator science that will enhance the science program and support the ultrafast electron diffraction (UED) community. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to conduct cutting-edge research at the MeV-UED photoinjector-based electron accelerator, which is part of SLAC's Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) national user facility. LCLS is one of the world’s premier research environments, providing an internationally leading capability in the form of the world’s first hard X-ray free electron laser, with the recent addition of the Megaelectronvolt Ultrafast Electron Diffraction (MeV-UED) instrument to further enhance its scientific reach.

LCLS operates the MeV-UED user facility for a global community of scientists, providing ultra-short pulses of electrons to multiple experimental instrument configurations focused on specific areas of science. A major upgrade project is currently underway that will further transform the MeV-UED facility, extending it capabilities to include kilohertz (kHz) repetition rate pump-probe experiments, installation of additional beamlines, and ultimately scaling operations to achieve megahertz (MHz) repetition rate superconducting radio-frequency (SCRF) operation.

SLAC Job ID 4320
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Accelerator Systems Operator
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is seeking an Accelerator Systems Operator I in the Accelerator Operations and Safety Division (AOSD) in the Accelerator Directorate (AD).

Specific responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

-Set-up and tune the accelerator to produce beams of the desired energy, current and size to deliver to photon and other physics research experiments using a computerized control system.
-Identify abnormalities in beam diagnostic, vacuum, power supply, RF, and computer control systems and initiate corrective actions.
-Communicate effectively with physicists, engineers, and the variety of other staff members who build and maintain the accelerator systems.
-Ensure accelerator systems are operated in compliance with established safety policies and procedures.
-Clear tunnels of personnel and activate safety interlock systems.
-Maintain accurate records of operation activities.
-Perform accelerator and beam parameter measurements to assist in ongoing development.
-Actively participate in and successfully complete required training programs in a timely manner.

SLAC Job ID 4046
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Electrical and Controls Engineers
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
SLAC pushes the frontiers of human knowledge and drives discoveries that benefit humankind. Our 3 km-long particle accelerator is the lab’s backbone. Once the scene of major discoveries in particle physics, today it generates the world’s brightest X-rays for our revolutionary X-ray laser, the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS). Within SLAC, the Accelerator Directorate is committed to creating an environment that fosters world leading accelerator science and technologies for future accelerators while enabling user research and accelerator R&D programs today.
The Accelerator Directorate has multiple openings for electrical and controls engineering. You can find all open positions at: https://careers.slac.stanford.edu/ and search for the job requisition number to learn more and apply. For questions, please contact Angie Neale (aneale@slac.stanford.edu)
Among the many openings, you’ll find the following:
-Lead Electronics Integration Engineer – SLAC Job 4241
-Electronics Accelerator Engineering Physicist – SLAC Job 4266
-Controls Software Engineer – SLAC Job 4337
-Industrial Controls Engineer – SLAC Job 4325

Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Mechanical Engineers
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
SLAC pushes the frontiers of human knowledge and drives discoveries that benefit humankind. Our 3 km-long particle accelerator is the lab’s backbone. Once the scene of major discoveries in particle physics, today it generates the world’s brightest X-rays for our revolutionary X-ray laser, the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS). Within SLAC, the Accelerator Directorate is committed to creating an environment that fosters world leading accelerator science and technologies for future accelerators while enabling user research and accelerator R&D programs today.
The Accelerator Directorate has multiple openings for mechanical engineers. You can find all open positions at: https://careers.slac.stanford.edu/ and search for the job requisition number to learn more and apply. For questions, please contact Angie Neale (aneale@slac.stanford.edu)

Among the many openings, you’ll find the following:

-Senior Mechanical Systems Engineer – SLAC Job 4390
-Mechanical Engineer – SLAC Job 4388
-Mechanical Systems Engineer – SLAC Job 4389
-Systems Engineer – Injector Systems – SLAC Job 4322

Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Safety Systems Engineers
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
SLAC pushes the frontiers of human knowledge and drives discoveries that benefit humankind. Our 3 km-long particle accelerator is the lab’s backbone. Once the scene of major discoveries in particle physics, today it generates the world’s brightest X-rays for our revolutionary X-ray laser, the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS). Within SLAC, the Accelerator Directorate is committed to creating an environment that fosters world leading accelerator science and technologies for future accelerators while enabling user research and accelerator R&D programs today.
The Accelerator Directorate has multiple openings for safety systems engineers. You can find all open positions at: https://careers.slac.stanford.edu/ and search for the job requisition number to learn more and apply. For questions, please contact Angie Neale (aneale@slac.stanford.edu)

Among the many openings, you’ll find the following:

-Lead Safety Systems Engineer – SLAC Job 4242
-Safety Systems Engineer – SLAC Job 4332
-Electronic Safety Systems Engineering Associate – SLAC Job 4335

Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Postdoctoral Research Associate on Plasma Wakefield Acceleration
University of Manchester/Cockcroft Institute
We are looking for a Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA) working on advanced beam-plasma simulation and novel beam diagnostics for the AWAKE project at CERN.

University of Manchester and the Cockcroft Institute are key partners for AWAKE Collaboration. We expect that the post holder will lead the advanced beam-plasma simulation and electron beam diagnostic activities for AWAKE Run 2 for Manchester group under the supervision of Dr Guoxing Xia, in close collaboration with CERN, other partner universities of Cockcroft Institute, the Accelerator Science and Technology Centre (ASTeC) and other international partners.

Contract Duration:
An initial 2-year contract with a possibility to extend further.

Link: https://inspirehep.net/jobs/1857778
Project Director - Cryomodule Repair and Maintenance Facility
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
To support the operation and maintenance of the new LCLS-II superconducting linac and high repetition rate Free Electron Laser, we are planning to build a new facility for the repair and maintenance of cryomodules. We are seeking a Project Director for this effort. This executive position reports to the Deputy Laboratory Director and oversees significant annual budgets used to construct scientific and technical infrastructures and or buildings. Often management of complex collaborations across other National Laboratories or even other agencies are involved.

A Project Director is responsible for providing strategic, scientific, and operational vision and leadership. She/he will facilitate advanced R&D aimed at breakthroughs that extend the capability of current facilities and/or infrastructure. The Project Director will ensure alignment, engagement and commitment to providing the highest level of performance by all members of the team in support of SLAC’s strategic mission.

In addition, the Project Director is advising and collaborating with the Laboratory Director, Stanford University, Department of Energy and other national and international key stakeholders across the complex to direct and execute SLAC’s strategic vision.

Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=4392&PostingSeq=1&PortalActualURL=https%3a%2f%2ferp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu%2fpsc%2fhprdext%2fEMPLOYEE%2fHRMS%2fc%2fHRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL%3fPage%3dHRS_APP_JBPST_FL%26Action%3dU%26FOCUS%3dApplicant%26SiteId%3d1%26JobOpeningId%3d4392%26PostingSeq%3d1&PortalRegistryName=EMPLOYEE&PortalServletURI=https%3a%2f%2ferp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu%2fpsp%2fhprdext%2f&PortalURI=https%3a%2f%2ferp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu%2fpsc%2fhprdext%2f&PortalHostNode=HRMS&NoCrumbs=yes&PortalKeyStruct=yes
PostDoc position open at HZB - Commissioning of an SRF photoinjector
Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, HZB
We are looking to hire a PostDoc to take over beam physics and instrumentation duties during commissioning of the SRF photoinjector of the Sealab facility (formerly known as bERLinPro). Please contact Thorsten Kamps or submit a message here to get in contact.
The position is fixed term for three years and open from September 2021.
Thank you for your interest.
PhD on photocathode research for high brightness electron sources
Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, HZB
We are looking to hire a PhD student with background in accelerator science and/or materials science to support our R&D activities on high quantum efficiency multi-alkali photocathodes.
Please contact kamps@helmholtz-berlin.de for more information.
Thank you for your interest.
PostDoc:Studies and development of the storage ring lattice for the SOLEIL UPGRADE
Synchrotron SOLEIL
The successful candidate is expected to work as a member of the accelerator physics group at SOLEIL and shall be fully involved in what are classified as the single particle dynamical aspects of the studies necessary for the TDR phase of the upgrade project. Specifically, the tasks shall deeply be linked to the lattice designs of the main and the booster rings, their tuning range and nonlinear optimizations, impact of insertion device fields and errors (both systematic and random), as well as beam lifetime, IBS and collimation of scattered particles. He (or she) shall use intensively numerical codes such as AT (Accelerator Tool box), TRACY, MADX, OPA, elegant and BMAD known to be useful for the accelerator designs, develop additional routines in case of needs and also be in charge of maintaining some of these codes against their frequent upgrades. In addition, he (or she) shall likely interact with colleagues of various engineering groups to study the realization aspects of the developed lattices.

He (or she) shall be regularly given opportunities to participate in conferences and workshops and present his (or her) works, as well as making publications of the outcomes in appropriate journals.

The candidate is expected to possess a PhD degree in physics or equivalent competence. We are looking for a motivated candidate with a very strong university background in physics (classical physics and electrodynamics), mathematics (linear algebra, numeric methods, statistics), as well as in computer science (programming in MATLAB, python, C, C++, FORTRAN etc., as well as knowledge of numerical codes for accelerators). Experience with synchrotron radiation, accelerator physics, high energy physics or relevant engineering fields would be a particularly important asset. The working language is English. Ability to speak French shall be an added value.

The offer concerns a Post-doctoral contract for 12 months-period with the possibility of one year renewal.
Link: https://www.synchrotron-soleil.fr/en/job-offers/post-doctoral-position-studies-and-development-storage-ring-lattice-soleil-upgrade
Technical sale manager
Saes rial vacuum
Evaluate RFQ and tenders coming from the accelerator community and provide a technical and economic proposal to address them. After contract award monitor the manufacturing cycles to make sure the on time delivery of the products.Keep relationship with the accelerator and research community to understand needs and requirements and provide engineered solutions.
Requirements : Engineering or material science degree,
good English,
knowledge of mechanical machining ,
vacuum technology .
Understanding technical drawings

Link: www.SAESRIAL.com
Researcher (PhD Student) in Real-time Adaptive Particle Therapy (m/f)
Cosylab d. d.
About Cosylab and the role

Cosylab is a global technology company that builds and integrates state-of-the-art software and electronics for the world’s most complex, precise and advanced systems. We are looking for a Master of Science or an existing PhD student to join the EU-funded project RAPTOR  (»Real-time Adaptive Particle Therapy of Cancer«), which is a part of the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie European Training Network scheme. The project aims to bring adaptive particle therapy to the clinic.

The PhD student will have an essential role in the RAPTOR network since it will ensure the reliable and safe delivery of the newly generated treatment plan. This means that the work will include theoretical simulations and practical experiments in different particle therapy clinics. The work will also include secondments at partner institutes and workshop and conferences worldwide.

The PhD student will be employed at Cosylab under the supervision of our employee Dr Kristjan Anderle and will be registered to the PhD program at the faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the University of Ljubljana (UL).  Cosylab is the global leader in control system integration for proton therapy and Big Physics machines: particle and nuclear accelerators and other large facilities such as tokamaks and radio telescopes. UL is the largest university in Slovenia and hosts multiple faculties dedicated to research and study areas.

Proficiency in programming and participation in host company’s activities is expected, a Master’s Degree required (without a finished PhD).

• Planned secondments: PSI (Switzerland), Oncoray (Germany).

More details are available at: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/raptor/
Link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/raptor/
Sales Engineer/Business Developer – Medical Software
Cosylab d. d.
Role description

By expanding our Sales team, we are looking for an experienced Sales Engineer/Business Developer for Medical Software to join our team. We have an eye out for a self-organized, diligent and self-initiative candidate with B2B sales know-how that also has enough technical background on software integration to understand complex projects and recognize the customers’ needs.

It would be great if you already possess international sales experiences and know of innovative sales methods, such as Solution Selling. Being a good and experienced negotiator, skilled presenter and/or having knowledge of inter-cultural communication, is a plus. Are you able to think out of the box? We are big fans of that! Knowing the medical standards for developing medical devices is also preferable, but not obligatory, since we will support you along the way in coming up to speed with the intricacies of our market, as well as the hardware and software solutions that are used.

We are a global player, so fluent English (written and verbal) is a must.

If you’ve been able to recognize yourself in the list of skills above, you enjoy travelling all over the world and feel a special thrill when presenting complex technical solutions from a top-notch global company to knowledgeable experts at clients’ premises, fairs and conferences, we are the company for you!

We know we are asking for a lot – but so do our customers!

For more information, visit: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/sales-engineer-business-developer-medical-software/
Link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/sales-engineer-business-developer-medical-software/
C++/CUDA Software Engineer – Medical Physics (f/m)
Cosylab d. d.
Job role
You will work on a novel cancer therapy software project consisting of multiple distributed components and workflows in this role. Depending on your background and interests, the possibilities include developing the software backbone or implementing of advanced medical physics algorithms and their optimization by utilizing modern GPUs’ power.

Responsibilities
• Research, design, and implement medical physics algorithms or cancer therapy software components for Microsoft Windows.

• Work with medical physicists on specifications and design of software systems.

• Test and document your work.

• Participate in meetings and code reviews with other team members.

Required Qualifications and Skills
• Proficiency and experience using modern CUDA and C++.

• Strong knowledge of software design, programming techniques, and computer science fundamentals.

• Familiarity with source control (git), continuous integration, code analysis, and other modern programming practices.

• At least B.Sc. in Computer Science, Physics, Electrical Engineering or other related technical disciplines.

• Fluency in spoken and written English.

• Developed communication skills and an open mind for discussion and team collaboration.

Bonus points if you have
• Experience with scientific computing.

• Strong background in mathematics and computational techniques (numerical methods).

• Experience with medical physics.

For more information, visit the link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/cpp-cuda/
Link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/cpp-cuda/
C++ Software Engineer – Medical Devices
Cosylab d. d.
We’re are looking for experienced C++ Software Engineers to join our team in developing software for medical devices.

Responsibilities
•Requirement analysis from a technical perspective.

•Research and prototype of different architectures and design approaches.

•Software architecture and design.

•Software implementation, unit testing, and documentation.

•Participation in peer code reviews.


Required Qualifications and Skills
•Experience in modern C++ programming.

•Familiarity with source control (git), continuous integration, and other modern practices.

•Fluency in spoken and written English.

•Developed communication skills and an open mind for discussion and team collaboration.


Bonus points if you have
•Familiarity with the latest C++ standards.

•Experience with Qt.

•Experience with DICOM.

•Experience in image processing and visualization technologies.


What we offer
•Employment contract for an indefinite period with a six-month probationary period.

•A competitive and periodically updated salary tailored to your skills, experiences, and results.

•Interesting work, full of challenges in an international working environment.

•A work environment with flexible working hours and remote work.

•Opportunities to work abroad, on-site.

•High-impact learning culture: regular in-house and external training sessions and a team of international professionals eager to help you grow.

•Many recreational after-work activities, unlimited coffee, soft drinks, fruit, therapeutic massage, other well-being goodies.


For more information, visit: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/c-software-engineer-medical-devices/
Link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/c-software-engineer-medical-devices/
Risk Manager for Medical Device Software
Cosylab d. d.
Responsibilities
•Performing risk analysis for the state-of-the-art software for medical devices developed for treating cancer patients worldwide.

•Performing and organizing risk management activities for software components.

•Working closely with development teams on the identification and mitigation of software risks.

•Preparing risk management files and other technical documentation.

•Supporting the quality assurance aspect of the medical device software development according to relevant regulatory and standard requirements.


Required Qualifications and Skills
•Experience with the risk management process.

•Familiarity with different risk management techniques.

•Familiarity with applicable standards, e.g., ISO14971.

•Experience in writing clear, concise and comprehensive technical documentation.

•B.Sc. in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Physics or other related technical disciplines.

•Fluency in spoken and written English.

•Developed communication skills and an open mind for discussion and team collaboration.


Bonus points if you have:
•Familiarity and experiences with the following topics below are considered a great advantage. We offer training and coaching opportunities to learn about them as part of your career too.

•Medical or other highly-regulated projects.

•Software engineering.

•Quality assurance.

•Change management.

•Systems engineering.


For more information, visit: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/risk-manager-medical-device-sw/
Link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/risk-manager-medical-device-sw/
Senior FPGA Developer
Cosylab d. d.
Responsibilities
•FPGA design and development.

•FPGA verification and testing.

•Independent work.

•Mentoring junior developers.

•Delegating tasks on the project.


Required Qualifications and Skills
•Minimum two years of experience in a similar position.

•At least Bachelor’s degree from a technical discipline.

•Experience in FPGA programming.

•Software development skills (C, C++, Python).

•Knowledge of verification and debugging.

•Basic knowledge of measurement equipment and techniques.

•Fluency in spoken and written English.

Desired Qualifications and Skills

•Experience with Xilinx FPGA.

•Able to work in Linux environment.

•Knowledge of PCB design.


What we offer
•Opportunity to work on a state-of-the-art project that involve artificial intelligence (AI) on FPGAs.

•Employment contract for an indefinite period with a six-month probationary period.

•A dynamic salary and career growth tailored to your skills, experiences, and results.

Interesting work, full of challenges in an international working environment.

•A work environment with flexible working hours and remote work.

•Opportunities to work abroad, on-site.

•High-impact learning culture: regular in-house and external training sessions and a team of international professionals eager to help you grow.

•Lots of recreational after-work activities, unlimited coffee, soft drinks, fruit, therapeutic massage, other well-being goodies.

•COSYlab events (Teambuildings, CosyPicnic, New Year’s Party, … ).

•Casual atmosphere with friendly faces where you can completely “be yourself”.

For more information, visit: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/senior-fpga-developer-cosylab/
Link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/senior-fpga-developer-cosylab/
Medical System Engineer
Cosylab d. d.
What you will be doing
•Consulting with customers, determining their needs and shape them into requirements.

•Designing of safety-critical systems and involvement in the risk management process.

•Overseeing the development and integration of complex software from multiple perspectives.

•Understanding, co-create and applying the development processes for regulated software.

•Becoming familiar with relevant standards (ISO 13485, ISO 14971, EN 62304) and putting them into practice.

•Providing link between customer needs and production deliverables.

•Creatively solving problems during complex projects using technical and people skills.

•Understanding the system as a whole to assist with proper design and development approaches of effective and safe systems.

•Understanding project stakeholders’ issues – from developers, project managers, customers to users.

•Being part of introducing new ideas and products to the market.


Required Qualifications and Skills
•At least B.Sc. in Computer Science, Physics, Electrical Engineering or another related technical discipline.

•Fluency in spoken and written English.

•Work experience covering the complete development lifecycle (definition, design, implementation, integration, verification).

•Previous experience in the medical industry or research field is considered a strong additional asset.

•Great technical and interpersonal skills.

•Experience with CRM (customer relations management).

•Experience with requirement elicitation: understanding customer’s and user’s needs and transforming those into technical requirements.

•Project management skills are a bonus.

For more information, visit: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/medical-system-engineer/
Link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/medical-system-engineer/
Medical Physicist
Cosylab d. d.
Main responsibilities
•Working with medical physicists on specifications and designing of software and hardware systems they are using.

•Working on developing calibration and quality assurance tools and procedures for systems for particle- and radiotherapy.

•Translating proton- and radiotherapy dosimetry and calibration standards and guidelines into new calibration and quality assurance tools and procedures.

•Working with medical physicists to integrate calibration and quality assurance tools into medical devices in radiation therapy.

•Preparing and executing installation, commissioning, verification and validation procedures for medical devices in radiation therapy.


Required Qualifications and Skills
•At least B.Sc. in Physics, Medical Physics or other related technical disciplines.

•Previous experience with radiation therapy equipment is considered a bonus point, but not an excluding factor.

•Fluency in spoken and written English.

•Developed communication and collaboration skills and an open mind for discussion with the team.


What we offer
•Employment contract for an indefinite period of time with a six-month probationary period.

•A competitive and periodically updated salary tailored to your skills, experiences, and results.

•Interesting work full of challenges in an international working environment.

•A work environment with flexible working hours and remote work.

•Opportunities to work abroad, on-site.

•High-impact learning culture: regular in-house and external training sessions and a team of international professionals eager to help you grow.

•Lots of recreational after-work activities, unlimited coffee, soft drinks, fruit, therapeutic massage, other well-being goodies.

•COSYlab events (Teambuildings, CosyPicnic, New Year’s Party, … ).

•Casual atmosphere with friendly faces where you can completely “be yourself”.


For more information, visit this link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/medical-physicist-3/
Link: https://www.cosylab.com/careers/medical-physicist-3/
PhD Student Accelerator Physics, DESY, Germany
DESY
The design of the future circular electron-positron collider (FCC-ee) at CERN is being developed in an international collaboration that includes the DESY laboratory in Hamburg, Germany. FCC-ee will deliver unprecedented luminosity at new record beam energies in a circular storage ring. This goal imposes various important and new challenges at the interface between the machine and the particle physics detector (MDI). The PhD student will consider accelerator physics aspects of the MDI system, simulating the interaction region and developing solutions for background optimization and control. The student will be employed as DESY doctoral student. The position is open to international candidates with a Master degree in physics or equivalent.
Postdoctoral Research Associate - Accelerator Division
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Open Date: April 13, 2021 Close Date: June 19, 2021

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (known as Fermilab) seeks highly qualified candidates for a Postdoctoral Research Associate focusing on beam-cooling technology at the IOTA ring.
Link: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/18465
Superconducting RF (SRF) Technical Lead
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is in the final construction phase of LCLS-II, which will be the first fully CW Superconducting Linac-based X-ray Free Electron Laser. We are also planning for the high energy upgrade to LCLS-II, which will double the beam energy. This is a very exciting time for SLAC, and for the new science opportunities that will arise with these new capabilities.

The Accelerator Directorate is seeking an SRF Technical Lead to support the efforts for the commissioning and operation of the new superconducting accelerator system and plan future infrastructure for R&D and maintenance needs. The Technical Lead will be expected to be familiar will all aspects of cryomodule operation and commissioning, including SRF cavity operation, LLRF controls, cryogenics, and microphonics.

The successful candidate will work with other engineers and scientists at SLAC and collaborating laboratories to achieve the best possible performance of the new SC linac systems at SLAC.
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psp/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=4367&PostingSeq=1
SRF (Superconducting Radio Frequency) Scientist
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
The Linac Coherent Light Source-II Project (LCLS II) and the Linac Coherent Light Source-II High Energy Project (LCLS-II-HE) are major expansions of the world’s first x-ray free-electron laser at SLAC. These projects will construct an 8 GeV continuous-wave (CW) superconducting electron linear accelerator in the existing 2-Mile Linac facility.

LCLS-II operations and the LCLS-II-HE Project have a position opening for a SRF (Superconducting Radio Frequency) Scientist with technical training appropriate to support the design, construction, installation, and operation of superconducting accelerator structures. The position will be a joint position supporting both commissioning and operation of LCLS-II and cavity and cryomodule construction and testing for LCLS-II-HE.

The successful candidate will collaborate with design and manufacturing teams at participating laboratories to achieve best possible technical results in the assembly and testing of cryomodules. In later stages, the position will shift emphasis to installation of the superconducting accelerating structures required by the Project. He/she after project completion will play a leading role in the operation and further enhancements of the completed linear accelerator. The SRF (Superconducting Radio Frequency) Scientist will be a member of the new SC Linac Division of SLAC’s Accelerator Directorate.
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psp/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=4403&PostingSeq=1
Computational Accelerator Physicist Postdoc (Multiple Openings)
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab’s (LBNL) Accelerator Tech-Applied Physics (ATAP) Division has an opening for a Computational Accelerator Physicist Postdoc to join the team. In this exciting role, you will participate in the advancement of the theoretical and computational beam, accelerator, and plasma physics through one or more of the various activities that occur in the program. These include the development of novel or improved theoretical models, the development, analysis and implementation of novel algorithms, the development and maintenance of state-of-the-art simulation codes, the application of the codes to the modeling of beams, particle accelerators, light sources, plasma devices, and other synergistic problems, the use of machine learning to speed up time to the solution during simulations and particle accelerator optimizations, and the exploration of new computing paradigms such as quantum computing.
Link: http://m.rfer.us/LBL3ol3mf
Accelerator ESH&Q Manager
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
The Accelerator Directorate (AD) at SLAC is seeking a highly motivated, experienced and engaged Manager for Environmental, Safety, Health and Quality (ESH&Q). This position includes performing complex technical work in a wide range of ESH disciplines to ensure a safe work environment, to achieve compliance with the Laboratory’s ESH standards and governmental regulatory requirements, and to facilitate the safe and timely execution of work. The ESH&Q Manager is a member of the senior management team in the Accelerator Directorate and reports directly to the Associate Laboratory Director for the directorate.
The roles and responsibilities of the EHS&Q Manager include but are not limited to:
-Serve as the AD management point-of-contact for interpretation and resolution of safety and quality issues
-Represent AD on complex-wide or institution-wide advisory and review committees
-Develop, implement and maintain technical programs, system and processes necessary to ensure the overall safety and health of AD employees, visitors, associated workers and the community
-Investigate accidents, incidents, injuries and complaints concerning potential conditions or practices that could lead to work errors
-Provide technical advice and interpretation of various government regulations and university policies.

Please contact Bruce Dunham at dunham@slac.stanford.edu
Post-Doc Accelerator Physics, National Laboratory Frascati (INFN/LNF), Rome, Italy
National Laboratory Frascati LNF, INFN
The National Laboratory Frascati, in the Metropolitan area of Rome in Italy, has recently obtained funding for constructing a novel accelerator facility EuPRAXIA@SPARClab. Its highly innovative concept relies on compact RF units and cutting edge plasma accelerators. EuPRAXIA will deliver Europe's most Southern and most compact free-electron laser, embedded in a new European Research Infrastructure. A post-doctoral position is available for a high-level candidate who will help in the beam dynamics studies for the technical design report but will also be involved in the further development of the new European research infrastructure. Employment will be based at the LNF institute with Italian benefits. The position offers unique possibilities for scientific achievement and for developing leadership capabilities, embedded in the stimulating environment of Italian science and culture. The position is open to international candidates. For further information please contact ralph.assmann@infn.lnf.it or massimo.ferrario@infn.lnf.it.
PhD Accelerator Physics, National Laboratory Frascati (INFN/LNF), Rome, Italy
National Laboratory Frascati (LNF), INFN
The National Laboratory Frascati, in the Metropolitan area of Rome in Italy, has recently obtained funding for constructing a novel accelerator facility EuPRAXIA@SPARClab. Its highly innovative concept relies on compact RF units and cutting edge plasma accelerators. EuPRAXIA will deliver Europe's most Southern and most compact free-electron laser, embedded in a new European Research Infrastructure. A PhD position is available for a candidate with a Master degree in Physics (or equivalent), working on innovative solutions for beam dynamics problems in the context of RF and plasma accelerators, as well as free-electron lasers. Employment will be based at the LNF institute with Italian benefits. The position offers unique possibilities for scientific achievement, embedded in the stimulating environment of Italian science and culture. The position is open to international candidates. For further information please contact ralph.assmann@lnf.infn.it or massimo.ferrario@lnf.infn.it.
Post-Doc Accelerator Physics, National Laboratory Frascati (LNF/INFN), Rome, Italy
National Laboratory Frascati (LNF/INFN)
The National Laboratory Frascati, in the Metropolitan area of Rome in Italy, has recently obtained funding for constructing a novel accelerator facility EuPRAXIA@SPARClab. Its highly innovative concept relies on compact RF units and cutting edge plasma accelerators. EuPRAXIA will deliver Europe's most Southern and most compact free-electron laser, embedded in a new European Research Infrastructure. A post-doctoral position is available for a high-level candidate who will help in the beam dynamics studies for the technical design report but will also be involved in the further development of the new European research infrastructure. Employment will be based at the LNF institute with Italian benefits. The position offers unique possibilities for scientific achievement and for developing leadership capabilities, embedded in the stimulating environment of Italian science and culture. The position is open to international candidates. For further information please contact ralph.assmann@lnf.infn.it or massimo.ferrario@lnf.infn.it.
Fellowship opportunities in accelerator R&D
University of Liverpool/Cockcroft Institute
There are exctiting opportunities to join the QUASAR Group at the University of Liverpool/Cockcroft Institute via prestigious Fellowships and grants.

These schemes offer outstanding research and training opportunities over time scales between 2-5 years. They are ideal for those who have already demonstrated their potential as outstanding researchers.

The Group can provide access to world-class research infrastructure and help you develop your proposal into a competitive bid. The stimulating and friendly environment within the QUASAR Group will be the perfect basis to turn your research ideas into reality!
Link: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/quasar/vacancies/vacancies/
Sales Engineer - Libera group
Instrumentation Technologies - Libera group
Instrumentation Technologies is a global provider of state-of-the-art instrumentation known as Libera instruments, used in particle accelerators worldwide, in the fields of Beam Diagnostics (BPM electronics, BLM electronics, etc...), LLRF systems and RF generation and Distribution systems. For more information check www.i-tech.si

We are looking for a Sales Engineer to join our Libera Sales and Support team in Solkan, Slovenia. You will be following our customers and the emerging particle accelerator projects, and you will have technical support from all the product managers and support engineers in the company. Your position will require participation to the International Conference in the field, as well as visiting our customers discussing their challenges and showcasing the new developments.




Link: https://www.i-tech.si/particle-accelerators/
Digital LLRF Support Engineer
Instrumentation Technologies - Libera group
Instrumentation Technologies is a global provider of state-of-the-art instrumentation known as Libera instruments, used in particle accelerators worldwide, in the fields of Beam Diagnostics (BPM electronics, BLM electronics, etc...), LLRF systems and RF generation and Distribution systems. For more information check www.i-tech.si

We are looking for a Digital LLRF Support Engineer to join our Libera Support team in Solkan, Slovenia. The Digital LLRF is one of our most successful products and several accelerator projects will be using it in the future, ranging from electron LINACs to hadron LINACs used for research and Medical Applications. After getting educated on the application, you will support our customers (remotely and on-site) and you will be involved in the preparation of technical proposals for the future challenging projects. In this you be supported by the LLRF product managers. Your position will require participation to the topical conferences, as well as visiting and supporting our customers. Knowledge of RF electronics, the LLRF application and the UNIX Operating System are a plus.

Link: https://www.i-tech.si/products/libera-llrf/
Accelerator Physicist
EBG MedAustron
EBG MedAustron GmbH in Wiener Neustadt operates one of the most modern centers for particle therapy and research in Europe. Cancer patients are treated with an innovative form of radiation therapy with protons and carbon ions. In addition to cancer treatment the facility is also used for translational research.

Heart of the centre is a synchrotron that produces the particle beam for the ion cancer treatments. The Accelerator Group within the Therapy Accelerator Division is responsible for the commissioning of the facility from beam generation to beam delivery in the irradiation room as well as ensuring the quality of the beam, for both clinical treatments and non-clinical research.

You can become part of the multi-national Accelerator team as an Accelerator Physicist (f/m/x) Full-time (40h per week).

More information under: https://medaustron.jobbase.io/job/yvcegc8wkv90lgg3dmhogp6n8xy1jb

Link: https://medaustron.jobbase.io/job/yvcegc8wkv90lgg3dmhogp6n8xy1jb
PhD Student - Material/Surface Science in SRF R&D
DESY
We are looking for a PhD student for a recently funded research project.
Your task will be the preparation and analysis of niobium samples and cavities and the subsequent analysis of their surface properties, using state-of-the-art characterization techniques, such as XRR, XRD, XPS, PCTS, SEM, EDX, EBDS, TEM, EELS.
If you are familiar with any of those mentioned techniques or are interested to hear more about the project, please contact Dr. Marc Wenskat.
RF Specialist (Electrical Engineer or Physicist)
GSI Helmholtzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH
Dear colleagues,

The GSI is located between Darmstadt and Frankfurt in the middle of Germany. The facility is currently in the progress of a major upgrade to built FAIR.
The ring RF department is looking for an RF expert. The main tasks will be:
Design of RF systems for the synchrotrons and storage rings of FAIR.
Optimization of existing and new RF systems based on inductively loaded cavities driven by tetrode based power amplifiers in the frequency range from 100kHz to 50MHz (see poster MOPAB334).
Realization of prototyps and test setups.
Fluent language ability in English and German is required.

https://www.gsi.de/en/jobscareer/job_offers/job_offers/ingenieurin-oder-physikerin-d-m-w-abteilung-ring-rf-678

Please contact u.laier@gsi.de

Best regards,
Uli Laier
Link: https://www.gsi.de/en/jobscareer/job_offers/job_offers/ingenieurin-oder-physikerin-d-m-w-abteilung-ring-rf-678
Project Manager/Project Engineer for our Accelerator Business
RI Research Instruments
RI Research Instruments is a modern, expanding, globally operating engineering and manufacturing enterprise with about 270 employees. Our engineers, physicists and manufacturing specialists are engaged in the production of innovative components and systems for particle acceleration and further applications in basic science, energy and medical technology, as well as industry.




To support our steady growth, we are currently looking for Project Managers and Project Engineers for our challenging superconducting or room temperature rf technology based accelerator projects.

Your future tasks:
• Manage project tasks for our accelerator technology projects and the comprehensive supervision of our special projects with high demands on quality and technology
• Coordinate technical, time-related, and logistic aspects for the project with our technical experts, customers, and subcontractors
• Define and control technical progress and time schedule of the project
• Support preparation of offering components or systems answering technically complex call for tenders under consideration of technical risk and feasibility
Your qualifications:
• PhD, Master or Bachelor degree in mechanical or rf engineering or similar course of study, like industrial engineering or process engineering
• Demonstrated experience in (international) projects for prototype or single-piece-production
• Languages: English and German, fluent
• Good knowledge with MS-office and preferably knowledge with established scheduling, presentation, and controlling tools
• Highly motivated, team oriented, initiative and structured method of work


Link: https://research-instruments.de
Accelerator Physicist
LNLS
We are looking for an experienced accelerator physicist to lead our Accelerator Physics Group at LNLS, Campinas, Brazil. Presently, the group's main activities are related to the Sirius commissioning. Sirius is a 4th generation synchrotron light source.
Link: https://pages.cnpem.br/trabalheconosco/2021/03/11/lnls-accelerator-physics-group-leader-214746/
Electronics Engineering Associate (SPEAR3)
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
We are seeking an Engineering Associate with a background in electronic/electrical engineering to join our Accelerator Research Group. Members of this team are responsible for supporting electronic systems associated with the SPEAR3 storage ring, a large 3-GeV electron accelerator that delivers high-brightness x-ray beams and supports over 1500 research scientists annually. The successful candidate must have a strong desire to work and learn in a complex and dynamic technical environment and provide electronic support to scientific and research programs related to area of accelerator sub-systems. These include timing distribution, feedback systems, cameras, beam position monitors, radio frequency systems, motor controls, vacuum and magnet interlocks, temperature monitors, machine protection and other beam instrumentation components. This position will include extensive on-the-job training and frequent interaction with staff engineers, accelerator operators, staff scientists and senior management.
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psp/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=4396&PostingSeq=1
Postdoctoral Research Associate for Advanced Laser and Particle Accelerator Research
Brookhaven National Laboratory
The Accelerator Test Facility has an opening for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to participate in the research effort to advance long-wave infrared (LWIR) laser capabilities. In particular, the successful candidate will participate in the development of methods, systems and materials for delivering sub-picosecond, multi-Terawatt, high quality LWIR laser beams to support next-generation particle accelerator research in the low plasma density regime. The successful candidate will also support users in their approved experiments at the facility. The appointment will initially be for 2 years with a possibility for extension to a 3rd year.
Link: https://jobs.bnl.gov/job/upton/postdoctoral-research-associate-for-advanced-laser-and-particle-accelerator-research/3437/5810166400
Accelerator Physicist (two year term)
Canadian Light Source (CLS)
Experienced accelerator physicist required to help build a new electron source lab and design electron sources for CLS2.
Link: https://www.northstarats.com/Canadian-Light-Source
Accelerator Physics Postdoc
Canadian Light Source
Accelerator physics postdoc to contribute to the existing CLS accelerator complex and to design, model and optimise a CLS2 MBA lattice storage ring for the next generation facility in Canada.
Link: https://www.northstarats.com/Canadian-Light-Source
CLS2 Collaboration Positions
Canadian Light Sournce
Collaboration and consulting contracts available to help with the technical design of the CLS2 accelerator complex to design a new MBA storage ring lattice and injector system.
Link: https://www.lightsource.ca/careers.html
The Institute of Applied Physics (IAP) of the Goethe University Frankfurt invites applications for two positions of Postdoctoral researchers (m/f/d)
Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
IAP is involved at the accelerator facility GSI-Darmstadt from the beginning, as well as in the current project FAIR. Within the announced positions the ion linear accelerator Unilac should be optimized for its future task as FAIR high current ion injector. This goal can only be reached after several limitations will have overcome – from the ion source down to synchrotron injection.
Link: https://www.uni-frankfurt.de/58917929/Aktuelle_Stellenagebote_und_Abschlussarbeiten
The Institute of Applied Physics of the Goethe University Frankfurt invites applications for the position of a Post-doctoral researcher (m/f/d)
Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
FAIR phase 0 requires complex beam manipulations in the GSI storage rings, which unavoidably sees beam control affected by beam physics effects generated by extreme beams. Hence, it is mandatory to develop an efficient interface to the FAIR control which is similar to the CERN LHC control (LSA and FESA). This task is envisioned considering all the beam manipulations and storage ring facilities as a full complex system, namely the linear and nonlinear beam dynamics of injection/deceleration/storage/extraction is investigated including all details of magnets and beam cooling systems. The optimization is planned to be approached by making use of advanced algorithms using AI techniques.
Link: https://www.uni-frankfurt.de/58917929/Aktuelle_Stellenagebote_und_Abschlussarbeiten
Post-doctoral Fellow in Beam dynamics for high power linear accelerators.
CNRS/LPSC
The Post-doctoral Fellow will conduct research to develop innovative tuning methods for high power hadron linacs in order to improve their performance, and in particular their reliability.
The main objective will be to develop an algorithm for the fault compensation of superconducting cavities and their associated system. This 'fault-recovery' concept has been developed by IN2P3 for the ADS project MYRRHA. It can also be applied to other linear accelerator.
The Fellow may also participate in the commissioning of the SPIRAL2 superconducting linac .
Link: https://bit.ly/3uSio0F
Research Associate - Accelerator Physics
Michigan State University
Position Summary

The FRIB/NSCL has an opening for a fixed-term Post-doctoral fellow position to join Prof. Yue Hao’s research group.  The successful candidate is expected to be work in one or more of the following theoretical or numerical directions:

Nonlinear dynamics and long-term beam stability

Machine learning application in nonlinear dynamics problems

Simulation algorithm of charge particle interactions for Exa-scale computing facility


Minimum Requirements

Ph.D. in Physics

Strong physics and mathematics background

Strong communication skills with group members and collaborators

Ability to work with export controlled technologies

Desired Qualifications

Experience with programming languages such as Python, C/C++ or Julia

Experience with machine learning algorithms

Experience in the analytical modeling

Required Application Materials

Curriculum Vita including a complete list of publications and presentations

Cover Letter

Contact information for at least three letters of recommendation

Application website:

https://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/job/506716/research-associatefixed-term
Link: https://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/job/506716/research-associatefixed-term
Peoples Fellow (Associate Scientist)
Fermilab
Fermilab seeks Peoples Fellows candidates with outstanding credentials who have the potential to be leaders of the field. The Fermilab Peoples Fellowship attracts outstanding early-career scientists both to enhance Fermilab’s capabilities in accelerator science and related technologies, and to train and develop the scientists who will carry the field forward in the future. Peoples Fellows are entry-level accelerator physicists, specialists in accelerator technologies, and high energy physics post-doctoral researchers who wish to embark on a new career in accelerator physics or technology. Peoples Fellows have extraordinary latitude in choosing their research activities and are provided significant research support. Current areas of research interest at Fermilab include (but are not limited to): optical stochastic cooling, high intensity proton beams, high intensity neutrino sources, muon storage rings, superconducting magnets, superconducting RF, linear colliders, high luminosity hadron colliders, beam-beam effects and their compensation, accelerator controls and feedback, high power target stations, and computational physics and modeling.
Link: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/18148
Electronics Engineer - Digital/Mixed-Signal Hardware
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's (LBNL) has an immediate opening for an Electronics Engineer in the Engineering Division to support Advanced Light Source (ALS) programs. As a member of the ALS Instrumentation Group, you will perform a variety of interesting and challenging engineering tasks related to state-of-the-art electronic instrumentation and data acquisition systems for particle accelerators and other scientific applications. This work may cover all phases of a system's life cycle: conceptualization, design, planning, implementation, and commissioning. Assignments will be chosen to maximize the team's effectiveness in developing analog and digital board designs for digital signal processing systems (typically using FPGAs) for real-time monitoring and control applications, including simulation and software support.
Link: https://jobs.lbl.gov/jobs/electronics-engineer-digital-mixed-signal-hardware-3686
Electronics Engineer - Analog/RF Hardware
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's (LBNL) Engineering Division has an opening for an Electronics Engineer for analog/RF hardware and systems design at the Advanced Light Source (ALS). As a member of the ALS Instrumentation Group, you will perform a variety of interesting and challenging engineering tasks related to state-of-the-art electronic instrumentation and data acquisition systems for particle accelerators and other scientific applications.
Link: https://jobs.lbl.gov/jobs/electronics-engineer-analog-rf-hardware-3609
System Architect Solid State Power Amplifier
TRUMPF Hüttinger GmbH + Co. KG
We at TRUMPF Hüttinger are currently looking for a system architect / developer in the RF filed for design of solid-state power amplifier systems.
In case of questions or interest you can directly contact me or follow the link direclty to our HR department.
Link: https://job-application.trumpf.com/16202-systemarchitekt-teilchenbeschleuniger-w-m-d-am-standort-stutensee/de/job.html?_ga=2.160339389.1032299374.1621839938-1867647675.1621839938
PostDoc Position in electrical engineering or physics for accelerator beam diagnostics
DESY
The MSK group at DESY develops, builds and operates complex controls, synchronization and feedback systems for beam controls. We are currently looking for an electrical engineer or physicist to take over a self-responsible role in the development of a 100GHz band-width arrival-time monitor with femtosecond resolution, operated a ultra-low bunch charges (<10pC). The project is part of a collaboration with other german institutes at HZDR, KIT and technical universities. Your responsibility within this collaboration will be the integration of all individual sub-components into a functional system, including all phases from planning, over assembly and characterization in the lab to the commissioning of the device in an accelerator environment. For more details, please follow the link.
Link: https://v22.desy.de/e67416/records133036/index_eng.html
Physicist or Engineer for Accelerator R&D at KIT (Multiple Openings)
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
A special focus of accelerator research at KIT is to study, develop, and test new energy solutions for an energy-efficient and stable operation of accelerators. The KIT accelerators KARA (electron storage and light source) and FLUTE (short-pulse linac) together with the Energy Lab 2.0 at KIT serve as test facility for first demonstrator systems. Research and development includes the data-driven simulation of power systems spanning the whole accelerator chain as well as individual components, the application of advanced AI and machine learning techniques, and extensive real-time mapping of the test infrastructures.
The successful applicants will participate in a broad range of operation and research activities conducted at the Accelerator Technology Platform and are expected to make significant and original contributions to the understanding of power system requirements for present and future accelerators.
Link: https://bwsyncandshare.kit.edu/s/kExRENjTwfD3ntB
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Northern Illinois University
Our lab at the Department of Physics at Northern Illinois University and Argonne National Laboratory seeks a postdoctoral candidate to conduct research in the field of advanced accelerator concepts, high-frequency microwave structures and accelerator technologies. Our lab is part of the Northern Illinois Center for Accelerator and Detector Development (https://www.niu.edu/clas/nicadd/index.shtml). The successful candidate will majorly participate in the ongoing accelerator programs at the Argonne Wakefield Accelerator (AWA) group (https://www.anl.gov/awa).

General position requirements include: (1) Ph.D. in Physics or Engineering, (2) good verbal and written communication skills, (3) demonstrated ability to write research reports and publications, and (4) ability to interact effectively with colleagues and collaborators.

Desired qualifications include: (1) experience with one or more of the following research topics (accelerator cavities, RF engineering, photoinjector beamlines, wakefield acceleration, advanced electromagnetics, terahertz technologies); (2) demonstrated ability to perform accelerator-related simulations; (3) experience working with high-vacuum systems in lab.

Further information can be obtained from the PI Xueying Lu (xylu@niu.edu). Interested applicants are encouraged to contact the PI with a curriculum vitae including a complete list of publications and presentations.
Postdoctoral research associates – Further development of novel superconducting undulators
Argonne National Laboratory
Advanced Photon Source at ANL is a world leading source of synchrotron radiation currently providing ultra-bright high-energy x-ray beams to more than 5000 scientists from around the United States and the world. The x-rays are generated by the accelerated electron beam traveling through special arrays of magnets called undulators. In 2023, APS will be upgraded to further increase the x-ray brightness by a factor of thousand. Currently, we are the world’s leader in the field of superconducting undulators (SCUs).
The Magnetic Devices Group of Accelerator Systems Division at Argonne National Laboratory invites applications for two postdoctoral research associate positions to actively participate in development of technology of SCUs for future synchrotron light sources and free electron lasers (FELs).
The successful applicants will be part of the team which is currently building several SCUs for the Advanced Photon Source Upgrade and also developing novel SCUs based on more advanced superconductors including Nb3Sn and high temperature superconductors as well as developing a concept of cryogen-free cryostats for SCUs. The incumbents will work on magnetic simulation, design and experimental studies of NbTi and Nb3Sn planar and helical undulators including long multi-SCU structures that are necessary for FELs.
Software Engineer
Argonne National Laboratory
The APS/APS-U Accelerator Controls Group is looking for software engineer(s) to design, develop, document, deploy, and support its controls system for the APS-U accelerator as well as for the existing accelerator complex. Detailed information could be found from the position posting https://bit.ly/3eiO6ie
Link: https://bit.ly/3eiO6ie
Senior Nuclear Engineer
NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes
NorthStar develops, manufactures, and distributes radioisotopes used daily for patients needing medically important diagnostic imaging tests. Using novel and advanced technologies, NorthStar will scale-up production over the coming months and years and intends to become the industry’s market leader.

Position

The Senior Nuclear Engineer will assist the development of novel particle accelerator-based radioisotope processing systems. This position will assist in the specification, development, implementation, qualification, and commissioning of these accelerator systems. This position will also be responsible for the definition and creation of requirements/specifications/procedures related to the operation, qualification and maintenance of the systems, which can be transitioned to manufacturing.

Duties and Responsibilities

Develop techniques for the production of novel radioisotopes using either accelerators or nuclear reactors
Assist with the development of processes and associated documentation related to system calibration, preventive maintenance, and repair of production systems
Document designs, trials, and other work in engineering reports manages and updates drawings, specifications, and BOM’s through Change Orders
Assist with the development and execution of product and system verification and validation strategies.

Qualifications

Master’s or PhD degree in Engineering, Physics, or a related discipline with a minimum of 2 years relevant technical experience in an accelerator based environment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience in the development of particle accelerator related equipment
Experience with radioactive material processing and designing, implementing, or testing radiation protection systems
Head of the accelerator group (MYRRHA project)
SCK CEN
Within the MINERVA project at SCK CEN, you will, as head of the Accelerator Design & Build group, be responsible for the acquisition and implementation of the proton accelerator (superconducting linac).
Link: https://www.sckcen.be/en/careers/vacancies/head-accelerator-group-myrrha-project
Particle Accelerator Machine Physicist
SCK CEN
- work on beam optics/dynamic topics of the 100 MeV superconducting linac and beam transfer lines
- contribute to the definition of the machine operational concept
- define the commissioning and operation tools for implementation by the control team
- participate in the beam commissioning in 2026

Link: https://www.sckcen.be/en/careers/vacancies/particle-accelerator-machine-physicist
Beam Diagnostics Engineer
SCK CEN
- work on a wide range of beam diagnostics elements, including beam interception devices and beam loss monitors
- cover all aspects ranging from mechanical issues to the integration into the control system
- manage industrial suppliers and collaboration partners to make sure that components are delivered in time and according to budget
- align with other SCK CEN teams to ensure, amongst other things, the mechanical integration into the central CAD model, vacuum compatibility…
- ensure that the beam diagnostics systems are in line with the requested exceptionally high reliability goals

Link: https://www.sckcen.be/en/careers/vacancies/beam-diagnostics-engineer
Electronics Engineer for power converter applications
SCK CEN
- be responsible for the procurement, installation, commissioning and operation of all power converters for all magnets, including the fast HEBT magnetic kicker and scanning system magnets
- ensure compliance with the exceptionally high reliability requirements/ develop strategies to minimise system downtime
- ensure alignment with the related infrastructure and integration into the control system
- develop, implement and test control strategies together with the I&C engineers of the primary and secondary systems

Link: https://www.sckcen.be/en/careers/vacancies/electronics-engineer-power-converter-applications
Electrical Engineer for Particle Accelerator Applications
SCK CEN
- work on various topics following the project progress. The assigned topics will cover the signal acquisition of beam diagnostic devices, the vacuum system and the machine protection system or power converters
- perform the technical follow-up of our collaboration and industrial partners’ work
- cover all stages of the items from following up our collaboration/industrial partners’ design work to contract monitoring during implementation, commissioning and operation
- follow up the procurement process and align with the control groups to enable a timely integration of the devices. You will be responsible for the installation and commissioning of the systems and finally the operation fulfilling the very demanding reliability requirements

Link: https://www.sckcen.be/en/careers/vacancies/electrical-engineer-particle-accelerator-applications
Low Level RF scientist/engineer
ALBA Synchrotron
ALBA is looking for an scientist or engineer, with knowledge in digital electronics, to be incorporated in the RF Group as Digital Low Level RF responsible. The key functions of the post are as follows, for the accelerators of ALBA:
• Maintenance, improvements and developments of the Digital LLRF systems.
• Contribute to the operation and maintenance of the complete RF systems.
• Contribute to the operation of the ALBA accelerators, including shifts and on-call.
Link: https://public.cells.es/jobs/#!/jobs/low-level-rf-scientist-engineer
Postdoc -- Acelerator Physics, light sources (PETRA IV)
DESY
https://v22.desy.de/e67416/records134835/index_eng.html
Senior SRF Accelerator Physicist
Jefferson Lab
The Senior SRF Accelerator Physicist will serve key roles in fulfilling the mission of the JLab SRF Science and Technology department by providing leadership in analysis, standards development, system integration, and targeted basic and applied research. Applying advanced technical principles, theories and concepts, this person guides design and system integration efforts toward optimal performance of superconducting rf cavities in particle accelerators. Noted as a leader in scientific vision, this individual conducts and directs materials, process, and design research studies that expand the limits of the field, recommending various technology options or approaches for system, processes, facility, or program improvements in terms of safety, high gradient performance reliability, energy efficiency, or cost.
Link: https://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_jeffersonlab/external/jobDetails.do?functionName=getJobDetail&jobPostId=1820&localeCode=en-us
SRF Accelerator and RF Test Engineer
Jefferson Lab
As a member of the Accelerator Division’s SRF Operations Department, the primary role will be to monitor and track the performance of SRF systems at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility with the objectives to optimize performance and reliability of SRF systems. The person will work closely with Accelerator Operations, Engineering and SRF scientist and engineers to identify optimization opportunities and areas for improvement. Duties will include performing and providing support for operational testing of accelerator components, particularly superconducting RF structures and associated systems including instrumentation. Duties will also include development and performance of test procedures, operation of test instrumentation systems, operation of complex computer-controlled test systems, and interpretation and documentation of test results. The person will contribute to the operation of low-level RF systems for the Cryomodule Test Facility and Vertical Test Area. Participation in CEBAF Operations support activities is also included. All of these applications will be in direct support of ongoing operations of the accelerators at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (TJNAF) with the focus to improve cryomodule performance.
Link: https://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_jeffersonlab/external/jobDetails.do?functionName=getJobDetail&jobPostId=1832&localeCode=en-us
Power Electronics Engineer
Oak Ridge National Lab
The Power Electronics Engineer supports operation, maintenance, repairs and upgrades of HVCM Systems, Magnet Power Supplies, Accelerator Beam Kickers, and High Voltage Beam Chopper systems in the SNS accelerator complex, and will assist with design, fabrication, installation and commissioning of new and upgraded modulator systems associated with the Proton Power Upgrade (PPU) project that will double the proton beam power capability of the facility.
Link: https://jobs.ornl.gov/job/Oak-Ridge-Power-Electronics-Engineer-TN-37831/697413500/
Research Associate - Photocathode Production and Characterization
SLAC
The accelerator directorate of the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has an opening for a research associate to work on the production and characterization of photocathodes. Photocathodes are materials that convert photons into electrons. They are used at SLAC to generate electron beams for accelerators, such as the LCLS-II. Recent emphasis has been on tri-alkali pnictides (e.g. K2CsSb), bi-alkali chalcogenides (e.g. Cs2Te) and mono-alkali halides (e.g. CsBr) but this may change as novel candidate materials are discovered.
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psc/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U
Accelerator Physicist / Engineer
ESS
ESS is now looking for an Accelerator Physicist / Engineer for the Normal Conducting Linac Section within the Accelerator Division. The Accelerator Division is responsible for the design, construction, installation and commissioning of the ESS accelerator, in collaboration with partner institutions and other divisions of the ESS.

The successful candidate will join a small team within the Linac Group with the primary responsibility to test, commission and operate the Normal Conducting sections of the ESS proton accelerator. This includes the Ion Source, Low Energy Beam Transport (LEBT), Radio Frequency Quadrupole (RFQ), Medium Energy Beam Transport (MEBT) and Drift Tube Linac (DTL) as well as the focussing sections between cryomodules and beamlines to dumps and targets.
Link: https://europeanspallationsource.se/careers/vacancies
Accelerator Mechanical Technician
ESS
ESS is now looking for a Mechanical Technician for the Normal Conducting Linac Section within the Accelerator Division. The Accelerator Division is responsible for the design, construction, installation and commissioning of the ESS accelerator, in collaboration with partner institutions and other divisions of the ESS.

The Mechanical Technician will work on the installation, testing and operation of the Normal Conducting Linac (NCL) of the ESS proton accelerator. This includes the Ion Source (ISRC), Low Energy Beam Transport (LEBT), Radio Frequency Quadrupole (RFQ), Medium Energy Beam Transport (MEBT) and Drift Tube Linac (DTL).
Link: https://europeanspallationsource.se/careers/vacancies
Accelerator Systems/Magnetics Measurements Postdoc
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab’s (LBNL) Engineering Division has an opening for an Accelerator Systems/Magnetics Measurements Postdoctoral Scholar to join the team within the Division’s Magnetics Department supporting the Advanced Light Source (ALS) and Advanced Light Source Upgrade (ALS-U) programs.

Initiate and participate in research and instrument development related to magnetic measurements and magnet tuning of electromagnets and magnet systems using permanent magnets.

Use a broad array of instrumentation, measurement devices, hardware design, and analytical skills in the development of measurement instrumentation and methods for carrying out magnetic measurements on accelerator magnets and undulators.

Work with the design, installation, commissioning of tailor-made electronic boards and circuitry, signal cabling, signal processing, computer networks, motion control, data acquisition, and data processing and storage.

Document and communicate the results of work in reports and oral presentations, including participation in meetings, reviews, conferences, and publications in refereed journals.

Link: https://lbl.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=91841
RF engineer
STFC Daresbury Lab
You will be part of a small team responsible for development, procurement, commissioning and operation of high power RF systems for the various particle accelerator projects and be responsible for:-
• Upgrade, maintenance and operation of CLARA high power RF systems.
• Operation and development of RF systems within the Linac Test Facility (LTF).
• Design studies for high power RF systems on UK-XFEL and the Relativistic Ultra-fast Electron Diffraction and Imaging (RUEDI) accelerator.
• RF support on the PIP-II programme including assisting with the procurement of high power couplers.

You will work closely with other RF engineers and scientists, mechanical designers and external contractors to continuously develop and improve these high power RF systems.
Job #2100006L
Link: https://careersportal.co.uk/UKRI-careers/jobs/rf-engineer-619
Research Scientist/Postdoc/Engineer - Novel Electron Sources, Beam Physics, or RF Control
Euclid Techlabs
A Research Scientist or post-doctoral research associate is sought at Euclid Techlabs in Gaithersburg, MD. Primary emphasis is on development of growth and characterization techniques for novel electron sources, including photo- and field-emitters with high brightness, low mean transverse energy, and long lifetime. The priority at this time is research towards breakthrough capabilities in growing large single-crystal alkali antimonide thin films. Spin-polarized electron generation and detection is also included. Experience in designing/building UHV systems and performing materials characterization is a requirement. Familiarity with C and Python, CAD software, and LabVIEW is preferred. Euclid also has an open-ended search for candidates who are electrical engineers (RF and control experiences) and beam physicists for the Euclid Bolingbrook facility in Illinois. Contact info@euclidtechlabs.com for details.
Link: http://www.euclidtechlabs.com
13 Researchers for R&D&Mobility Programme of IFMIF-DONES
University of Granada
IFMIF-DONES project in Granada is searching for 13 researchers (MsC or PhD depending on the post) to carry out a research, training and mobility programme at international research centers and labs related to IFMIF-DONES project.
Vacancies are in LIPAc accelerator in Rokkasho (Japan), KIT in Karlsruhe (Germany) and ENEA Frascati (Italy).
Futher info can be found in the link or contacting by email.
Applications are now open until the 30th of June.
Link: https://investigacion.ugr.es/apoyo/nuestros-centros/ifmifdones/movilidad2021_en#title2
High Power RF Electrical Engineer II
Fermilab
Fermilab seeks a highly motivated Electrical Engineer in the Accelerator Division RF Department’s High-Level RF Group to support growing project needs for the new PIP-II particle accelerator, featuring a new 800 MeV superconducting linear accelerator. The selected candidate will work in a design team environment under the supervision of a scientist or a more senior engineer. The candidate will work with:
• High power RF systems (e.g. 1 to 60-kilowatt solid state amplifiers, 200-kilowatt wide-band tetrode RF amplifiers, 30 kilowatt IOT amplifiers, and 0.3 to 10 megawatt klystron amplifiers) with associated support hardware,
• high frequency analog and digital circuit design,
• assist with current and future RF systems operation and maintenance.
Candidate will have the opportunity to work closely with signals and systems directly affecting accelerator performance as well as have opportunities for hands-on learning of particle accelerator systems.
You will
• Assist in the development, fabrication, and testing of tunable high-power copper accelerating structures (ferrite loaded RF cavities).
• Design, develop, implement and maintain hardware for current and future high-power RF systems, including low level control circuitry to high power RF amplifiers.
• Participate in the daily operation of RF systems including solving problems.
• Collaborate with technical staff to verify system functionality and performance.
• Perform engineering analysis, write reports and create presentations.
• Abide by all environment, safety, and health regulations
• Contributes optimally within a diverse workforce and upholds Fermilab’s dedication to equity, diversity, and inclusion.

For more information, see website
Link: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__jobs-2Dus.technomedia.com_fermilab_-3F-5F1xT0NEWUZCY3ppUmZFNTVBL1ZGcG5SV2VnVG5Zc3ovY09YWGlNbWh5SnFvcz0-5F&d=DwMCaQ&c=gRgGjJ3BkIsb5y6s49QqsA&r=Vw4LG1XBw4Cj42AK2mDv_A&m=HFB3peyta-0Jh2tSIFqy23APYd-35GKdYwcDb8gzY2c&s=6fAAM_LXym8xA7OuUD1Mig-ehJlaUPdKvw23g9RbxUY&e=
PhD Student: Ultrafast laser driven acceleration of relativistic electron beams: Experimental focused (10/21)
Lancaster University
Opportunities are now available for talented physicists to join the Lancaster University research programme as a PhD student. The theory/simulation-focussed studentship will investigate the mechanisms of energy depletion and back reaction on the electromagnetic field during extremely high gradient (GV/m) and ultrafast (few femtosecond) conditions. https://www.thzag.uk/join-us
Link: https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/ultrafast-laser-driven-acceleration-of-relativistic-electron-beams-experimental-focussed/?p130550
PhD Student: Ultrafast laser driven acceleration of relativistic electron beams:Theory focused (10/21)
Lancaster University
An opportunity is now available for a talented physicist to join our research programme as a PhD student. The experimentally-focused studentship will investigate the interaction of intense THz electromagnetic pulses (generated by non-linear optics and ultrafast lasers) with 100keV and >50 MeV electron beams.
Either theory and experimental focused - 2 positions available.
https://www.thzag.uk/join-us
Link: https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/ultrafast-laser-driven-acceleration-of-relativistic-electron-beams-theory-and-simulation/?p130549
R&D physicist
Ion Beam Applications (IBA)
Within IBA, the R&D – System Engineering – Physics team is in charge of accelerator and beam lines related research and development activities. The team works mainly for the application of accelerators in Protontherapy (PT), but also for IBA’s other business lines, Radiopharma Solutions (production of medical radioisotopes) and Industrial (applications in sterilization, material treatments or security).

As R&D Physicist: - You maintain and improve some of the core competencies of the company: accelerator physics and beam properties, magnetic computations and magnet design; - You develop and validate new accelerators and new magnet designs to be engineered by the rest of the department; - At the end of the development, you bridge the theoretical studies with the experiment. In addition, you support the recurrent production of cyclotrons; - You are likely to be exposed to various projects, developing knowledge in fields and techniques related to current projects (e.g. cryogenics or detectors). Our team is also associated with the assessment of future developments through dedicated exploratory projects and technology watch.
Link: http://www.iba-careers.com/?page=job&job_id=22696&lang=en&r=?page%3Dcareer%26lang%3Den
Magnet Designer
DESY
Within the present PETRA IV project , multipoles and new combined-function magnets based on permanent magnet technology shall be developed.

The scope of the position covers
+ Design and optimization of permanent magnet circuits (e.g. quadrupole, dipole/quadrupole, or novel undulator schemes) using 2D- and 3D-simulation tools (Opera, Radia)
+ Development and adaption of magnetic measurement tools for characterization of combined-function magnets

* The announcement for this position will be published soon. If you are interested, please let us know and stay tuned. *
Link: https://v22.desy.de/index_eng.html
Principal Physicist
Elekta
The successful applicant for this Principal Physicist role will take part in the evolution of image-guided radiotherapy systems by leading physics aspects of the development of Elekta's linear accelerator solutions. The position will involve influencing the engineering design and other physics aspects of the product lifecycle (such as manufacturing and service activities), and developing physics test program strategies and plans, to ensure product solutions meet physics performance and compliance specifications. The role will include managing physics activities involving internal and external stakeholders, such as suppliers and outsourcing partners.

The role will require experience of radiotherapy linacs and system-level knowledge, with expertise in radiation physics and dosimetry, physics QA, linac commissioning and acceptance. The candidate will be expected to demonstrate expertise also in one or several of the following areas: Monte Carlo simulations and other physics modelling techniques, control systems for experiments, scientific programming (e.g. Matlab), accelerator physics and X-ray imaging. A key requisite of the role is a system-level approach to problem-solving, therefore the successful candidate will need to have an understanding of system engineering principles. Another key requisite is the ability to demonstrate effective technical leadership. The role will also require a good understanding of the principles of the engineering design and verification processes, as well as experience of working in a process-oriented and regulated environment. Applied knowledge of medical device international and national regulatory standards would be an advantage. Experience of working according to LEAN-Agile practices would also be an advantage.
Link: https://elekta.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Elekta_Careers/job/Crawley/Principal-Physicist_R2020-1541
Senior Physicist / Physicist
Elekta
You will work closely with the local System Engineering team, as well as with the rest of the System Physics team and other colleagues, who are based across different locations in Europe, US and China. The System Physics team is responsible for physics aspects of linear accelerator-based solutions within the engineering organization of Elekta’s Linac Business Line, including system engineering responsibilities for quality assurance and set-to-work.
Link: https://elekta.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Elekta_Careers/job/Stockholm/Senior-Physicist-Physicist_R2020-1770-1
Mechanical Engineer
Dymenso LLC
About Dymenso

Dymenso is developing next generation electron beam and millimeter-wave products for applications ranging from radiation therapy to nuclear fusion. At Dymenso we engineer analysis driven core technologies for next generation research, medical and industrial systems.

About the Job

Position available open to dynamic Mechanical Engineer who has strong thermal mechanical problem solving skills and aptitude for developing creative engineering solutions. Candidate will be responsible for providing mechanical design, analysis and prototype development in an atmosphere of rapid professional development and incredible learning. Contact jobs@dymenso.com for details.

Link: http://www.dymenso.com
Postdoctoral Research Associate Machine Learning
Brookhaven National Lab
The NSLS-II Accelerator Coordination Group (ACG) is the interface between Operations group, each of the subsystems, and all of NSLS-II’s beamlines to ensure that the accelerator provides peak reliability and quality. ACG manages beam studies, fault analysis, repair prioritization, beam stability analysis, and overall accelerator performance.

The Postdoctoral Researcher will report to ACG Maintenance Coordinator, and have close contact with the entire ACG. The candidate will work to develop advanced Machine Learning methods by assembling datasets from machine archives, to develop and tune algorithms, and training algorithms with datasets. Once tools are established, the candidate will work with accelerator Operations to create live, operator-facing applications for daily use. The research work is supported by a recently funded DOE/BES Machine Learning R&D project, and is part of a collaboration with Machine Learning researchers at SLAC and Argonne National Laboratories
Link: https://jobs.bnl.gov/job/upton/postdoctoral-research-associate-machine-learning/3437/8427209264
Postdoc/staff position at IHEP-Dongguan
Institute of High Energy Physics
Institute of High Energy Physics is part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In addition to the home campus in Beijing, with the China Spallation Neutron Source(CSNS) being built and went into operation from 2020, we have a relatively new campus in Dongguan, Guangdong Province, neibouring the big cities like Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Hongkong.

Now we are planning a new light source at the same campus and have postdoc and staff openings. You can work on either of both CSNS or/and the light source project. We provide internationally competitive salaries.

Please contact liuxg@ihep.ac.cn with your CV for further information.
Link: http://english.ihep.cas.cn/csns/chnl/117/index.html
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Machine Learning @ SLAC
SLAC National Lab
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is seeking multiple Research Associates to join the Accelerator Directorate and apply machine learning (ML) to the challenges facing current and future accelerators.

SLAC is one of the world’s premier accelerator research laboratories. Precise control and understanding of particle beams in kilometer scale accelerators that have hundreds of inputs and outputs are present goals of accelerator research. To meet this goal the accelerator directorate machine learning group uses ML on tasks such as online accelerator optimization, developing new accelerator capabilities and diagnostics, and modeling multidimensional, nonlinear behavior of particle beams. Research on these topics is currently ongoing at the LCLS, LCLS-II, SPEAR3 and FACET-II facilities.

more details:
https://tinyurl.com/y6ssg42k
Link: https://tinyurl.com/y6ssg42k
Staff Engineer - Machine Learning/Software Engineer @ SLAC
SLAC
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory seeks a machine-learning software engineer with a proven track record of enabling machine learning applications in the sciences. SLAC is one of the world’s premier research laboratories, with internationally leading capabilities in photon science, accelerator physics, high-energy physics (HEP), and energy sciences.

Machine learning is expected to play an important role in nearly every major project at SLAC.  For SLAC’s particle accelerators, applications include, for example, online control of facilities and modeling for online predictions. Though still in its early stages in physics, ML is expected to have a transformative effect on SLAC’s science output. While the position does not require deep ML expertise, the candidate should be comfortable enough with ML concepts to work closely with researchers. The role is interdisciplinary and collaborative, and the candidate will work jointly with scientists at SLAC.

SLAC is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) laboratory operated by Stanford University and based in Menlo Park; CA. Due to COVID-19-related curtailment of on-site activities, the job duties for this position may be required to be performed from home until full site access is restored

Your specific responsibilities include:

Develop software for online control of facilities and experiments.

Develop software for deployment of online models.

Work with ML researchers at SLAC for inclusion of new features, methods into the software.
Link: https://erp-hprdext.erp.slac.stanford.edu/psp/hprdext/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=4479&PostingSeq=1
Postdoc in Accelerator Physics
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
We are seeking a postdoctoral researcher to study dynamics of high intensity accelerator beams. This work will address the limitation presented by uncontrolled beam loss to performance of high power accelerators such as the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS). This position resides in the Accelerator Physics Groups in the Accelerator Science & Technology Section, Research Accelerator Division, Neutron Science Directorate at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).
Link: https://career-hcm20.ns2cloud.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=6166&company=utbattelleP
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