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Staff Research Engineer- NSTX-U Thomson Scattering
Staff Research Engineer- NSTX-U Thomson ScatteringUS-NJ-PrincetonJob ID: 2022-15276Type: Full-Time# of Openings: 1Category: EngineeringPrinceton UniversityOverviewThe Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) seeks to fill an engineering-scientist staff position to be responsible for the NSTX-U Multi-Pulse Thomson Scattering (MPTS) diagnostic and its utilization in the NSTX-U research program. The MPTS diagnostic measures the radial profiles and time evolution of the plasma electron temperature and electron density. The data are utilized in post-shot physics analysis and will be used during the shot for real-time plasma control in the future. A likely future upg


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