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Postdoctoral Research Associate, Plasma-Material Interactions Science
Overview: The Power Exhaust and Particle Control (PEPC) group of the Fusion Energy Division (FED) seeks applicants to perform plasma-material interaction (PMI) science on domestic and international fusion experiments. The PEPC group carries out experimental and simulation work to develop power exhaust, PMI science, and particle control solutions and the accompanying physics basis for a fusion reactor. In this role you will report to the Power Exhaust and Particle Control Group Leader in the Burning Plasma Foundations Section of the Fusion Energy Division and will interface closely with the ORNL FED PMI Science Lead and ORNL staff within the Material Sciences and Technology Division to

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