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4 Year Degree
You will serve as the Senior Scientist for Electrochemical Systems in the Chemistry Division of the Naval Research Laboratory. You will provide scientific expertise in active and passive corrosion control systems, underwater electromagnetic systems, undersea battlespace concepts, corrosion failure analyses, and other relevant areas that encompass electrochemical system technologies critical to maintaining and achieving operational advantages important to Naval force projection and sea denial.
You will serve as a technical expert in active and passive corrosion control systems, underwater electromagnetic systems, undersea battlespace concepts, corrosion failure analyses, and other relevant electrochemical system technologies.
You will lead a multidisciplinary research program pushing the frontiers of electrochemical systems, including corrosion and its prevention, interfacial electrochemistry, electrochemical signals, environmental fracture and modeling of corrosion.
You will formulate and solve exceptionally difficult problems in corrosion science, electrochemistry, active and passive corrosion engineering strategies, marine materials and undersea electromagnetic signature management.
You will provide subject matter expertise to the U.S. Navy as a senior advisor to NRL, the Office of Naval Research, Warfare Centers and Naval System Commands, Fleet Commands, DoD, and other senior government and international partners.
You will use scientific vision and organizational skills to market new research proposals to obtain funding and bring long term, multi-faceted research programs to successful completion in a Navy Working Capital Fund (NWCF) environment.
The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) operates as the Navy's full-spectrum corporate laboratory, conducting a broadly based multidisciplinary program of scientific research and advanced technological development directed toward maritime applications of new and improved materials, techniques, equipment, systems and ocean, atmospheric, and space sciences and related technologies. The broad-based scientific research that NRL provides serves as the foundation to develop solutions and deliver new technologies.
NRL’s scientists and engineers conduct basic and applied research across a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines for both immediate and long-range national defense needs. NRL’s research is primarily sponsored by government agencies including the Office of Naval Research, Naval Systems Commands and Warfare Centers, Air Force, Army, DARPA, Department of Energy, and NASA.
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