Postdoctoral Scholar in Neutron Imaging at Berkeley

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Open postdoctoral scholar position seeking qualified candidates. Please share this job posting:

There is an effort to identify qualified candidates for an open postdoctoral position in my lab. The goal of this work is to develop an advanced compact neutron imager for localization and characterization of special nuclear material. The postdoc will provide support to the project primarily in the form of an optical segmented design approach for neutron imaging and scintillator characterization measurements. A complete job description, which includes instructions on how to apply, can be found at this link: https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF01577

I would appreciate it if you can please share information about this open search with your colleagues and within your networks, and encourage individuals to apply. We are particularly interested in learning of candidates who share our University commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion through their research or service. Please let us know of individuals who we should contact directly to encourage the submission of an application.

 

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Dr. Bethany Goldblum appointed Executive Director of the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium

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Dr. Bethany Goldblum has been appointed the new Executive Director of the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium. Dr. Goldblum previously served as NSSC’s Scientific Director, and has been instrumental in developing and strengthening consortium wide research and programs. In particular, Dr. Goldblum was a key member of the team designing and implementing the successful NSSC-LANL Keepin Nonproliferation Summer Science Program. She also serves as the Education Crosscutting Focus Area lead for NSSC.

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Research Opportunity in Game Design and Development

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SERIOUS GAMES & NUCLEAR WEAPONS POLICY

Want to help develop an online, multiplayer graphical computer game? We are constructing and executing a serious game to explore the impacts of nuclear weapons with alternate effect regimes on global nuclear stability. Come work across disciplines with us to create a videogame and improve our understanding of how potential future nuclear weapons characteristics impact conflict escalation dynamics.

Required:

  • Experience working with a team on a large software project
  • Experience with at least one of the following languages: C++/C#/Java

Highly Preferred:

  • Game development experience using a game engine (for instance like Unity or the Unreal Engine)
  • Experience developing and working with web applications frameworks (for instance: GRAILS/Django/Ruby on Rails)

Preferred:

  • Experience with setting up and maintaining a web server
  • Experience with managing a database server (such as MySQL)

Graduate Students Supplement your current research effort at 10 hours per week and earn extra cash. Positions will be made at a 25% GSR appointment with partial tuition and fee remission.

Undergraduates Design games, learn from experts, make money! The position is at $15 per hour at ~10 hours per week during the academic year and up to 40 hours per week during the summer.

To apply, submit a cover letter and CV to 

Bethany L. Goldblum, PhD (bethany@nuc.berkeley.edu)

Department of Nuclear Engineering, UC Berkeley

Director, Nuclear Policy Working Group

 

 

 

 

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