Looking for a Motivated Student for a PhD Position - Fusion Research
Possible topic for the doctoral thesis: The candidate would study the defects in the crystal lattice of the material caused by high-energy particle bombardment and consequently impact of these defects on the retention of hydrogen isotopes in the materials. As part of the doctoral topic, the candidate would develop a new analytical technique in the existing experimental setup that will allow the detection of defects in the crystal lattice and the amount of hydrogen trapped in the defects. The work would include lab work and modelling of physical processes. Possible start in autumn 2022.
Publication in Physical Review Letters
A group of researchers from the F2 department together with French colleagues from the LCPMR Laboratory published a breakthrough article in the Physical Review Letters journal.
PRIMER - comparative measurements of dose rate and gamma spectrometry
Traditional comparative dose rate and gamma spectrometry measurements will be organized at the IJS Reactor Center. The event will take place tomorrow, October 4th, 2023.
ReMade@ARI Call Announcement
Are you motivated to develop materials for the Circular Economy? The second Call for TransNational Access (TNA) proposals for 2023 is now open. The ReMade@ARI TNA funding support represents a great opportunity for all scientists conducting circular economy research to benefit from a wide range of services including facility access, travel and accommodation support, and much more.