Dear probeusers,

here is a job opening for a microscopist a the Analytics and Materials Characterization group of BASF, the details can be found below.

If you are interested, you will have to enter your resume into the BASF.com site. The person to contact othersie is Nancy Brungard ([log in to unmask]), the head of the group. Additional contact information is available through me if needed.

Best regards,

Anette
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Description: 4.2 Staff Chemist: Microscopist 

The Analytics and Materials Characterization group in Iselin NJ is part of the Catalyst Research and Development department of BASF. We provide direct analytical support to BASF's catalyst research and manufacturing platforms, including environmental, refining, chemical, solar cell and battery materials. 

This position is for a highly motivated Microscopist/Material Scientist to work as part of an electron microscopy group involving the characterization of catalysts, their precursors, associated assembly components and related materials. The successful candidate will have a strong materials science, analytical and catalyst background with an emphasis on microscopic evaluations, and thrive on leadership roles in multidisciplinary catalyst research teams. 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: 
Preparing a wide variety of sample types for SEM/STEM analyses using vacuum evaporation systems, microtome and trimmer; knowledge of ionmilling, FIB (Focused Ion Beam), tripod polishing, etching, and electropolishing a plus. 

Qualifications: 

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Dr. Anette von der Handt

Department of Earth Sciences
University of Minnesota
310 Pillsbury Drive SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Office phone: (612) 624-7370
Office fax: (612) 625-3819
Lab phone: (612) 624-3539
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