Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre

Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre 2004

VECC

Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre

Website:http://www.vecc.gov.in/

Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre 2004

The Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre(VECC) is a national facility under the Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India, pursuing research in nuclear sciences, condensed matter physics, accelerator physics, computer science and theoretical physics. The Centre has an AVF cyclotron which delivers energetic light and heavy ion beams for experiments in the field of nuclear spectroscopy $ reaction mechanism and also for radiation damage studies. The construction of a K500 Superconducting Heavy-Ion Cyclotron has been started and a Radioactive Ion Beam (RIB) facility is being set up. Several projects have been taken up for development of multidetector facilities for this Centre as well as for on-going collaboration at CERN, Geneva and BNL New York in the field of ultra-relativistic heavy-ion collisions.

Applications are hereby invited for

* Research Associates - l - 2 (two )

* Junior Research Fellow - 4 (four)

Essential qualifications, Amount of Fellowship, How to Apply, General Conditions and Application Form format please refer Employment News 14-20 August 2004.

For More Details Contact:

VARIABLE ENERGY CYCLOTRON CENTRE, Government of India, Department of Atomic Energy 1/AF, Bidhan Nagar, Kolkata - 700 064

Reference Website:www.vecc.gov.in

Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre 2004