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Research and teaching conducted at the Department of Physics span from basic science topics in condensed matter physics, biophysics, mathematical physics, atomic, nuclear, particle and astroparticle physics to applied areas such as medical imaging, nuclear reactor physics, nuclear reactor technology and nuclear power safety.
The research is focused on the next generation detectors for Computed Tomography and the work will consist in developing and evaluating new methods of medical imaging through experiments, computer simulations and analytical models. In addition you will take part in the teaching.
The employment is four years with a possibility of maximum up to five years. Up to 20 percent department duties are included in the employment.
A master degree from Engineering Physics or equivalent with good study results. Experience of signal processing for detectors for computer tomography and computer simulations of advanced detector systems is a merit. Experience in teaching is also appreciated.
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