Engineering and Technology: Nuclear, Physics: Applied, Physics: Plasma
Helion Energy is hiring scientists to join our experimental fusion operations team to operate and expand a suite of neutron and gamma diagnostics for the world’s most energetic FRC fusion device.
Required Qualifications: Extensive, hands-on experience with the theoretical and electromechanical design, implementation, and operation of scintillator-based nuclear diagnostics for D-D fusion applications. Significant D-D neutron measurement, MCNP modeling and shielding design are a requirement. Facilities design, heavy ion diagnostics, related PMT electronics, nuclear spectroscopy, and/or tritium handling experience are also highly desirable.
Education and Experience: The successful candidate must have a M.S. or greater in Nuclear Engineering, Experimental Plasma Physics or in a closely related discipline. Five or more years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience are desirable.
About Helion Energy
Helion Energy, based in Redmond, WA, is hiring research and technical staff for its current FRC merging and compression fusion installation. This position will be an integrated member of our existing technical staff in the daily operation of a MJ-scale, keV-temperature fusion system.
For more information on Helion's approach to commercially-relevant fusion and learn more about our team, please see http://www.helionenergy.com.
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