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Research Associate (PostDoc) in Dislocation Mechanics Modelling for Nuclear Materials, at Imperial College London

I have a post-doc position for up to 28 months at Imperial College London, working on dislocation mechanics modelling for problems in nuclear materials, advert snippet below, full advert and application from the link below. Closing date 30th October 2019, starting as soon as possible, at least within the next 6 months.

Cracks found at reactor at Hunterston B nuclear power station

Perhaps some of those on this site have seen the news article on the BBC website yesterday about cracks appearing in the reactor at the Hunterston B nuclear power station. As the article states, cracking in the graphite bricks is predicted and the regulators are happy that the reactor is safe to operate.

Post-doc, JRC-Petten: Microstructural characterisation of materials and mechanical property correlation

The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission,Insitute for Energy (IET), in Petten Nehterlands, is looking for a motivated scientist or engineer at post-doctoral level to work on characterization of primarily metallic materials for nuclear reactors using a combination of techniques such as scanning and transmission electron microscopy (SEM and TEM), energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), Xray diffraction (XRD), and 3D X-ray tomography.  (see attachment)

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