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[Fizinfo] Fwd: positions for a research project in Fukushima
- From: Fórizs István <forizs AT geokemia.hu>
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- Subject: [Fizinfo] Fwd: positions for a research project in Fukushima
- Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2013 17:23:46 +0200
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Tárgy: positions for a research project in Fukushima
Dátum: Sun, 18 Aug 2013 03:56:41 -0700 (PDT)
Feladó: Mari Ito
<maripriscilla AT yahoo.com>
maripriscilla AT hotmail.com
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
I hope you are doing well.
The below is the announcement of positions for a research project in
Fukushima University in Japan is starting a large study
on the fluxes of radioactive (Cs, Sr, 3H, Pu, etc.) and other elements in
the environment related to the release of radioactive substances after the
nuclear incident with an ultimate goal of model development. The actual and
possible collaborative institutions include, Tsukuba University, Hiroshima
University, Nagasaki University, Tokyo University Marine Science and
Technology, etc. in Japan, the IAEA (Seibersdorf), STAR, etc. as
international organizations, the University of Glasgow, the University of
Sheffield, IRSN, LSCE, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Moscow University,
Belarus national University, NAN Ukraine, Colorado State University, etc. as
national universities or institutes.
Fukushima University is recruiting Japanese and international researchers
and project professors for this project for the periods of several months to
about four years (pending fund availability and the performance). Please
find attached the notification of positions. The knowledge of Japanese is
not required, but the living in Japan during the employment is required.
Could you please circulate this announcement to those who would be
I may or may not be involved in this project, but if you have any questions,
please let me know or contact them directly.
As far as I know, one Hungarian researcher who was involved in an IAEA
project in Seibersdorf may be going to work for the measurement of
radioactive substances and 1-2 Belarus/Russian researchers who worked for
the Chernobyl incident are interested.
Thank you, best regards,
m.ito AT unu.edu
maripriscilla AT yahoo.com
- [Fizinfo] Fwd: positions for a research project in Fukushima, Fórizs István, 08/26/2013
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