Helion Energy is a dynamic, technology company where employees can learn, mentor, and thrive. We bring together a strong entrepreneurial spirit with the flexibility and velocity of a smaller organization. We are engaged in one of the most important and challenging entrepreneurial endeavors of our time. Join us and be part of the ultimate solution to one of humanity’s most pressing problems.
What we need:
Helion Energy has a unique opportunity for a Computational Plasma Scientist. Your work will focus on the development and implementation of computation plasma physics codes for Helion’s latest high-temperature fusion generator.
Development of computational tools to support the modeling of Field Reversed Configuration divertors.
Operation and implementation of our existing MHD fluid computational tools.
Conveying insight and design of future prototype enhancements and operating modes.
Graduate degree in Applied Physics or Engineering,
5+ years as a research engineer/scientist working in computational plasma physics with emphasis on magnetic confinement, stability, plasma-wall interaction, and fusion divertors.
Experience in the development of resistive MHD and Particle-in-Cell codes and a deep theoretical understanding of compact toroid physics
Demonstrated ability to articulate analysis and methodologies clearly and communicate insights in an accessible way to the team
Must be able to conceive of solutions that have not been already defined
Experience working with sizable real-time data streams.
Internal Number: 1
About Helion Energy
About Helion Energy: Our Headquarters is in Redmond, Washington. Helion Energy is the world's leading fusion energy company – we aren't just dreamers with an idea, we are a world-class team realizing a goal - making safe, clean, energy a reality today. Helion has broken the traditional barriers that have held fusion back and is a decade ahead of any other competitor.
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