Post-Doc at the Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) department


About the institute:

The Soreq Nuclear Research Center (SNRC) is a leading center in applied R&D in a variety of nuclear and photonics technologies, operating under the Israel Atomic Energy Commission (IAEC). The IAEC established the Center in 1958 around Israel's first nuclear research reactor. Over the years the Center has expanded its scientific and technological activity while moving into new directions. Today the SNRC is an established research center founded on scientific and technological excellence in a range of areas including nuclear physics and engineering, nuclear medicine, non-destructive testing techniques, laser and optronics applications, testing components and materials in space environment, radiation safety, and more.

Institute description:

The NDT department at Soreq NRC is engaged in R&D of advanced imaging systems based on
different imaging modalities, such as: X-rays, gamma rays, neutrons, ultrasound, Tera-Hertz.
These systems involve remotely controlled motorized axes, software development, algorithm
development, signal and image processing.
In addition, The NDT department is also engaged in R&D of different methods for quantitative
and qualitative characterization of materials and components.
The successful candidate will work on R&D of NDT systems and techniques based on ionizing
radiation, such as: x-rays, neutrons, gamma rays

Required qualifications:

 PhD in Physics/material engineering/nuclear engineering
 Previous experience in experiment design and analysis
 Previous experience in image process – Advantage
 Previous experience in imaging – Advantage
 Programming knowledge in Matlab/Python
 Willingness to learn new topics
 Creativity
 Capable of working independently as well as part of a group
Special requirements
 The successful candidate will be required to undergo a security clearance process

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