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The Nanomicroscopy Centre in Aalto University is looking for a Staff Scientist to provide experimental and technical support for researchers accessing the Centre’s facilities.
The Nanomicroscopy Centre is a part of the National OtaNano Research Infrastructure in Finland (http://otanano.aalto.fi/). OtaNano includes state-of-the-art facilities for fabrication, characterization and measurement of nanostructures, materials and devices. The nanomicroscopy part of the infrastructure serves more than 200 users annually by offering various high-resolution microscopy apparatus for soft-, hard-, and biomaterial characterization. The equipment arsenal includes five transmission electron microscopes: a double Cs-corrector TEM (JEOL JEM-2200FS), a liquid-helium cryo-TEM (JEOL JEM-3200FSC) and (JEOL JEM-2800, FEI Tecnai F20, FEI Tecnai 12) TEM’s. In addition, there are three scanning electron microscopes (JEOL JSM-7500FA, Zeiss Sigma VP and Zeiss EVO environmental SEM), and a Dual beam FIB-SEM (Jeol 4700F), and scanning probe microscopes. More information is available at http://nmc.aalto.fi/.
This is a full-time position. The support that the Staff Scientist is expected to provide to the users of the Centre includes (but is not limited to):
Application should include (all documents in English):
Please send your application as a single PDF file at earliest convenience by 16th of December 2018 through the Aalto University recruitment system.
Please apply through the link “Apply now!” at the bottom of this page.
For further information, please contact Professor Janne Ruokolainen or HR Coordinator Mikael Henny (email: email@example.com).Läs mer
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