Elucidating Emergence in Strongly Coupled Hierarchical Functional Materials Elucidating Emergence in Strongly Coupled Hierarchical Functional Materials Dr. Teitelbaum will be responsible for preparing manuscripts, writing beamtime proposals, participating onsite in XFEL and storage ring beamtimes, and preparing graduate students for experiments. The postdoc will lead XFEL and storage ring beamtimes as appropriate, including preparation of analysis code, coordination with a collaborative team of chemists, theory and x-ray scientists, and disseminating our work in peer-reviewed publications and at conferences. The graduate student will be responsible for participation in XFEL and storage ring experiments. The graduate student will be expected to assist in development of the reactor for WAXS-PDF measurements. The first undergraduate student will be responsible for analysis of XFEL and storage ring beamtimes, attending experiments in the summer months and over the fall, schedule permitting. We expect the undergraduate to develop code for XPCS analysis, work with the collaborative team to perform experiments, attend preparation and follow-up meetings for beamtime. The second undergraduate student will be responsible for preparation for WAXS-PDF beamtimes at XFELs and storage rings.
|Effective start/end date||8/1/22 → 8/2/22|
- DOE: Headquarters: $471,853.00
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