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Senior Level Plasma Physicist

Fusion Energy Sciences

About the Role

Senior Level Plasma Physicist Responsibilities:

- Define novel inspection systems concepts and configurations. Collects, analyzes data and designs statistically valid experiments.
- Designs and engineers modules. Qualifies modules / sub-modules. Design, perform, collect and analyze data on advanced substrates, technologies and concepts for a range of new products.
- Develop new or modified inspection and metrology systems. Performs research and analysis in physics or related subjects. Supports physics related application and system issues in the lab and in the field when required.
- Define system requirements and specifications. Troubleshoot system problems. Respond to field physics related issues, function as advisor for solving physics related application issues.
- Plan projects involving definitions and selection of new concepts and approaches in the physics of development of new or improved tools. Supplies data to support product risk management decision making process.
- Participates in the vendor selection process. Participates in technological customer engagements and contributes in his/her specific field of expertise
- Evaluate new technologies, pursue innovative solutions, evaluate competitors and define new market needs. Plan and conduct tests of new technologies under evaluation in the team. Execute feasibility studies of new technologies and provide results / analysis supporting the decision making process. Executes feasibility studies of complete systems / sub-systems, leveraging new technologies and design concepts. Prepares the demonstration of new capabilities and conducts performance analysis

About the Company

Kronos is an American Fusion Energy Company, building the revolutionary S.M.A.R.T. 40 Fusion Energy Generator (Superconducting, Minimum-Aspect-Ratio Torus) technology. From algorithms to simulation to commercialization, Kronos Fusion Energy is taking a synchronized approach to the commercialization of fusion energy generation by bringing together research and engineering efforts across government agencies, academic institutions, and private industry.

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