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The European Research Council‐funded project BREAK (“Break-Through Rocks”) is exploiting the new Extremely Brilliant Source by ultra-fast radiography, 4D X‐ray CT and 3D XRD. This project is led by Dr. François Renard at the University of Oslo and ESRF is a partner institution. The beamlines in the Structure of Materials group, namely ID11, BM18 and ID19 with their complementary profiles host the studies according to the work packages of BREAK. You will work within the team of BREAK scientists using a meso-scale gas-launcher and a Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar (SHPB) apparatus to perform impact experiments in rocks at beamline ID19 and you will develop your own in-house research project, including building of a new confinement cell for the SHPB, developing analysis techniques of data acquired with ultra-fast cameras, and publishing scientific articles. You will provide support to external users and be actively involved in the operation of the beamline for all proposals involving the project apparatuses in the framework of the project BREAK.
Further information may be obtained from Alexander Rack (tel.: +33 (0)4 76 88 17 81, email: email@example.com) and Francois Renard (tel. +47 47688752, email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contract of 2 years.
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