Section leader for EISCAT Heating, Ramfjordmoen

Status 11 June 2018: Received applications being evaluated UiT-Norway's Arctic University, Faculty of Natural Science and Technology (NT-faculty) operates facilities in Tromsø and on Svalbard on assignment from EISCAT. The faculty currently has two full-time employees at the EISCAT Svalbard Radar and six full-time employees at EISCAT Ramfjordmoen. The Faculty of natural science and technology is seeking a skilled leader for exciting work at EISCAT Heating Ramfjordmoen. The main task is to lead, operate, maintain and further develop the Heating facility, located approximately 30 km south of Tromsø in Ramfjordmoen. We are looking for a person with good knowledge in the field of engineering or physics. The position assumes that one can work independently but often in a team along with others on the staff. A person with solid engineering background and with an interest in physics research or vice versa will be ideal. The position is full time. EISCAT is currently developing a modern radar which is expected to start operation around 2021. There are opportunities to...
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Millions for scientists

Millions for scientists

Three young scientist Trond Mohn was personally present when three "outstanding young researchers" received between 11 and 12 million to their research projects. Mohn confirms that this is not the last time he supports UiT financially. In 2007 Trond Mohn founded Tromsø Forskningsstiftelse, with the purpose to support research and research-promoting measures at UiT. The three scientists: Shona Wood, Kathrin H. Hopmann og Juha Vierinen, all receive four year scholarships of between 11 and 12 million NOK. Trond Mohn was personally present to issue the scholarships. Wood's project discusses "epigenetic light" Hopmann's has the title: "Sustainable catalysts for homogeneous CO? conversion" Vierinen's project is titeled: "Radar Science with EISCAT 3D" Juha Vierinen describes the scholarship as the best that has happend in his carrier. –  This means that instead of doing all the work by my self, I can include students and will get a lot more done, Juha says. –  This is great for me as well for the project.   Read the full article in Norwegian here: http://www.itromso.no/nyheter/2016/12/12/Mohn-millioner-til-tre-unge-forskere-13919999.ece Google Translate    ...
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