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Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik
Teilinstitut Greifswald
Wendelsteinstr. 1
17491 Greifswald
Tel.: (0 38 34) 88 – 23 50
Das IPP ist eines der führenden Zentren für Fusionsforschung und beschäftigt sich mit der Erarbeitung der physikalischen Grundlagen für ein künftiges Fusionskraftwerk. Das Institut ist dem Europäischen Fusionsprogramm angeschlossen und der Helmholtz- Gemeinschaft Deutscher Forschungszentren assoziiert.
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The Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Greifswald, Germany, is seeking in the framework of its development program for young scientists for the stellarator heating and optimization department (Experimental Plasma Physics 3)

a graduate physicist (m/f)

At Wendelstein 7-X, laser Thomson scattering is one of the main profile diagnostics since the measurable range of electron density and temperature does not depend on plasma parameters or magnetic field configuration and is, hence, only limited by technical restrictions.
After the successful demonstration of the system’s capabilities, the Thomson scattering diagnostic is now developed further to improve the spatial and temporal resolution as well as the accessible temperature and density range.
In order to further develop the diagnostic the applicant should design optical components and detectors for the laser beam path and observation optics to further improve the quality of the profile data. Furthermore, the applicant will contribute to the evaluation and interpretation of the acquired profile data to study the particle transport and energy confinement in Wendelstein 7-X.
Applicants should have completed their PhD in the field of experimental physics. Experiences with laser diagnostics, detector design and beam optics are highly favorable, ideally with a background in plasma physics and fusion research.
The position is limited to a period of 2 years.
An interesting and versatile research position is offered, the salary is according to the TVöD Bund grade E13.
The IPP seeks to increase the proportion of employed women in those areas where they are underrepresented and explicitly encourages women to apply for this position. The IPP is committed to employing more disabled individuals and especially encourages them to apply.
Please send your completed application with the code number PD76 to or the above address by the 15.03.2017.

Bewerbungsschluss: 15.03.2017
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