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- You will be engaged in theoretical and computational research of atomic physics collision and radiation processes.
- You will be responsible for exercising atomic models employing state-of-the-art computational techniques to calculate accurate atomic data.
- You will be responsible for developing advanced numerical codes for making synthetic spectra of plasmas to compare with experimental data, and for formulating such studies as a spectroscopic diagnostic of laboratory plasmas.
- You will apply extensive detailed configuration accounting of atomic levels in the atomic processes, kinetics, and transport, including inner shell holes and double excited sates.
- You will be responsible for formulating and proposing experimental studies on university class pulsed power and laser drivers.
- You will be able to develop an equation-of-state model for the plasma that is self-consistent with the ionization populations in the detailed configuration accounting.
- You will do calculations for atomic data and equation-of-state shall be organized into tables for use irradiation hydrodynamics codes.
- You will serve as associate investigator on one or more programs.
- You will be assigned to take a leadership or critical support role related to his/her main areas of effort in the DOE/NNSA program on non-LTE, high energy density plasmas, and carrying through their assignments to completion.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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