The Nuclear Spectroscopy Laboratory, RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research, Japan is now is seeking one Research Scientist (full-time indefinite-term employment position).
Research Field and Overview:
The research group has conducted physics studies utilizing RI beams mainly at the RIBF facility. In particular, the group is developing nuclear spin control technologies and applying it to the measurement of spin-related observables such as nuclear spins and electromagnetic moments, in order to elucidate anomalous nuclear structures and properties as well as their mechanisms. The group also aims to extend such technologies to boundary research fields with atomic physics, fundamental physics, and materials science.
The successful candidate is expected to proactively conduct research in experimental nuclear physics and related research fields using accelerator facility such as RIBF. He/She is broadly involved in planning and conducting future programs of the research group and the RIBF facility. He/She is also expected to contribute to the management of the laboratory. These works should be actively and steadily conducted under the smooth cooperation with parsons involved.
For applicant registration: Noon, December 1, 2020 (Japan time).
For revising or uploading application documents and letters of recommendation: Noon, December 8, 2020 (Japan time).
Application details on this job is given in the following web page.
RIKEN is Japan’s largest and most comprehensive research organization for basic and applied science and a world leader in a diverse array of scientific disciplines. For nearly a century since its foundation in 1917, RIKEN has fostered pioneering, innovative research in fields spanning the entire range of the natural sciences, from developmental biology and neuroscience to quantum physics and computer science. Today, RIKEN encompasses a network of world-class research centers across Japan, with main campuses in Wako, Tsukuba, Yokohama, Kobe and Harima offering state-of-the-art facilities that rank among the best in the world.
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