Postdoc position – Simulation of Field Asymmetries in Superconducting Resonating Cavities
initially limited yor 1year.
Charged particles are accelerator along high electric fields at the axis of superconducting cavities and guns. Power couplers, higher-order-mode couplers, diagnostic tools and misalignment may cause transversal kicks to the particle beam. At the Institute for Accelator Science and Electromagnetic Fields, such kicks are predicted by highly accurate electromagnetic field simulations, mostly on parallel computer systems. Despite being relevant, the transversal electric and magnetic field components are much smaller than the accelerator axial electric field component, which causes a particular challenge to modelling and simulating them. In this Postdoc project, you work together with physicists and engineers at on the modelling and simulation of field asymmetries in accelerating cavities and guns. You will also collaborate with physicist, electrical engineers and mathematicians at the institute on the topic of electromagnetic field simulation and numerical linear algebra. The Technische Universität Darmstadt provides the environment and support for publishing and presenting original research results at leading international conferences and in scientific journals. Deutsches Elektronensynchrotron DESY
- You hold a PhD degree in electrical engineering or accelerator physics.
- You have a profound understanding of electromagnetic field theory.
- You are interested in large-scale scientific computing.
- You want to further qualify in accelerator physics and technology.
- You have a good knowledge of German and/or English.
- We offer a for at least 3 years and up to 4 or 5 years. full-time salary E13
- Your desk at the institute is equipped with a state-of-the-art workstation and a laptop.
- We allow and pay for 1 to 2 conferences or workshops per year.
- Free of cost language and soft-skill courses are offered by the young researchers' network of the university. Ingenium
- We provide scientific cooperation, technical support as well as a friendly, international and stimulating working atmosphere.
Your application file contains a short covering letter indicating your postal address, email address, aspired date of appointment and application code number, your curriculum vitae including a photograph, date of birth, university education, previous appointments, language knowledge and computer skills, a list of publications (if any) ordered as publications in international journals and publications at international conferences, electronic copies or weblinks to two representative papers (if any, otherwise to your master thesis), electronic copies of diplomas and scientific prizes (moderate resolution) and scores of all study years and a short explanation of the score system used. The Technische Universität Darmstadt is engaged in efforts to increase the proportion of women in its personnel, especially in the technical domains. Qualified women are therefore strongly encouraged to apply. At equal qualification, disabled persons are preferred.
Please send your application, incl. the above-mentioned documents, as one single PDF file to: firstname.lastname@example.org-… indicating the application code number within the subject line. Incomplete applications and applications in different file formats will be discarded.
||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Herbert De Gersem|
Head of Institute
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