ELI Beamlines research centre in Dolní Břežany is part of the pan-European infrastructure ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure) representing a unique tool of support of scientific excellence in Europe by making available its capacities to the best scientific teams across the world. The aim of ELI Beamlines is to establish the most intense laser system in the world and to operate it on a long-term basis. Due to ultra-high performances of 10 PW and focused intensities of up to 1024 W/cm2, and we can offer our users unique sources of radiation and beams of accelerated particles. The beamlines will enable ground-breaking research in the area of physics and science dealing with materials, but also in biomedicine and laboratory astrophysics and many other fields. ELI Beamlines is part of the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and it was opened in 2015.
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In the department 89 (Plasma Physics and Ultra-High Intensity Interactions) we would like to announce an open position: Postdoctoral Fellow – Physics of Inertial Fusion Energy (134)
The candidate is expected to work on the development of new physics models for high-power laser-matter interaction in the context of laser fusion, such as novel targetry, non-local transport processes of particles and radiation, parametric instabilities, absorption etc. He/she will perform simulations for the preparation of upcoming experiments on large-scale facilities and participate in data interpretation.
Requirements for the ideal candidate (candidate should have several of the listed skills):
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