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Computational Physicist - Fluid Modeling of Z Pinch Plasmas
Zap Energy is currently looking for an experienced Computational Physicist to assist in developing fluid plasma models that will guide understanding of Z pinch operation. Working in collaboration with the Theory & Modeling team, the Physicist will be responsible for developing computational tools and techniques that contribute to efforts to model Z pinch physics, including compression physics, shock heating, turbulent transport, atomic and molecular reactions, etc. The high-level objective of the modeling is to provide a predictive understanding of the physical processes that determine plasma density and temperature, and to build predictive understanding that will guide experimental design and operation. The ideal candidate is an organized, inventive problem solver, and an effective tea


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