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Lemont, IL 60439
Requisition Number: 403269 Location: Lemont, IL
Functional Area: Research and Development Division: XSD\-X\-Ray Science Division
Employment Category: Temporary 6 Months or Greater Education Required: Doctorate Degree
Level \(Grade\): 700 Shift: 8:30 \- 5:00 Share: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
We invite you to apply for one of two joint postdoctoral appointee positions immediately available at the Advanced Photon Source \(APS\) and Argonne Leadership Computing Facility \(ALCF\) of Argonne National Laboratory \(ANL\)\. In this role, you will work with scientists from the APS, ALCF, and Math and Computer Science \(MCS\) Division, you will lead the effort of developing computational framework for modeling and reconstructing of time\-resolved ultrafast x\-ray images\.
The projects will focus on reconstruction algorithm with x\-ray scattering models, machine learning and their applications to elucidate the spatiotemporal correlation in ultrafast phenomena to be studied at the current and upgraded APS\.
- We expect you to have:
+ Ph\.D\. in computational science, applied mathematics, physics, or computational physics/chemistry
+ Strong interest in x\-ray scattering and imaging\.
+ Synchrotron x\-ray scattering modeling experience is an added preference\.
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