Post-Doctoral Research Associate Position The University of Tennessee is pleased to announce an immediate opening for a post-doctoral research associate in the area of corrosion (in particular with fluorine chemistries) and associated metrology. The candidate must have a demonstrated experience with vacuum equipment and materials metrology where specific experience in mass spectrometry is desired but not required. The candidate will be advised by Philip D. Rack at the University of Tennessee and scientists at the Y-12 National Security Complex.
Specific responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: 1.Investigate material compatibility samples to determine the corrosion products and method of corrosion. 2.Determine and employ appropriate characterization techniques. Recommend new materials to improve compatibility performance. 3.Perform data analyses of measurement methods with uncertainty quantification. 4.Develop reports detailing research conclusions and measurement results for delivery to NNSA sponsors.
Internal Number: 197926
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