Postdoctoral Positions at NSLS

Postdoctoral Position in Spectroscopy Detector Design and Applications
We are developing a new silicon detector system with a high counting
rate and high energy resolution. The system will be based on integrating a large number of active detection elements, use of silicon drift detector technology and will utilize novel real-time signal analysis techniques to enhance the suppression of unwanted signals. The proposed project will build on the experience of the Brookhaven National Laboratory's NSLS Controls and Detectors and Instrumentation Division groups in developing monolithic x-ray detector arrays and custom integrated circuits, expertise in spectroscopy and instrument development at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and the National Synchrotron Light Source and expertise in x-ray holography and diffraction methods developed by the University of Tennessee. Applications will be made to dilute systems in complex matrices with large backgrounds, films on single crystal substrates to develop the technique of x-ray holography. We are seeking an experimentalist with strong skills both in electronics and basic physics to carry-out the full integration of the electronic, vacuum and mechanical components of the full detector and to optimize and utilized it for x-ray spectroscopy and x-ray holography experiments. The position will be for two years. Interested parties should send their applications with a detailed description of past experience relevant to the project, three letters of recommendation, a curriculum vitae to snipped-for-privacy@adm.njit.edu.
X-Ray Detector Development (Engineering Focus)

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