Physicist – Renewable Energy and Condense Matter
Do you want to work on a game changing energy technology?
Norrønt is seeking an employee for a newly created position, which will be both challenging and rewarding. You will join Europe’s leading research team working on Muon production from hydrogen and annihilation processes. Since 2008, Norrønt has been one of the leading companies on hydrogen/deuterium and Condense matter research to produce charged particles through annihilation of hydrogen clusters.
Our research and development is moving forward into the next stages and we need the best players possible. Share our passion for renewable energy and be a part of tomorrow’s energy world.
As a physicist, you will work closely with the rest of the team in the following areas:
Condense Matter, Hydrogen, Deuterium and radioactive sourcesProduction of both Ultra Dense Hydrogen and Ultra Dense DeuteriumMuon physicsElectromagnetismLaser physicsMuon Catalysed FusionNeutron emission and radiation monitoringDesign and optimization of next generation hydrogen reactors for commercializationProduce electricity from charged particlesLearn and optimize processes from the research reactor in Norway, Sweden and ReykjavikFinally scale-up the product to the entire energy market.
You will have the opportunity to take responsibility from day one with a high degree of autonomy.
University degree in physics, engineering, natural sciences or similar degree with first relevant experience in both deep theoretical understanding of quantum physics and applied physics on reactor construction.
Either have a PhD or a desire to take a PhD degree within the company in either applied physics, hydrogen materials, condense matter, particle physics or similar
Entrepreneurial spirit and start-up attitude: you like to roll your sleeves up, learn and make things happen
Passion for the renewable energy industry combined with the drive to identify new markets, customers and product opportunities in the energy landscape
We are looking for a multitalented person with various backgrounds from being a student of; engineering, physics, chemistry, economics, patents, hydrogen materials, quantum physics, electromagnetism, design, computer science or other area of relevance, with some of the skills listed below:
Ability to think conceptually
Strong analytical skills
Interest in practical lab work and experiments
Interest in reactor and future energy source development
Team player with good communicative skills
Proactive and independent way of working
3-4 years of higher education
Fluent in English
Contact: Sindre Zeiner-Gundersen
Mobile: 0047 979 67 000
Expected start date: TBD
Application deadline: 27/06/2018
Working hours: full time
Job type: Contract
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