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SCIENCE DIRECTOR/PROJECT LEADER

TARLA (Turkish Accelerator and Radiation LAboratory) (https://tarla.org.tr) is a multidisciplinary advanced research facility established as the first component of the larger Turkish Accelerator Research Project for promoting accelerator-based science in Turkey. TARLA will operate a Free Electron Laser producing Infrared radiation and a Bremsstrahlung facility using electrons accelerated up to …

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Mechanical Engineer

The Turkish Accelerator and Radiation Laboratory is looking for mechanical engineers. Your main responsibilities will be the upgrade and maintenance of our He cooling line. In addition to this design, assembly and testing of photon/electron Beamline equipment for the first Turkish Accelerator will be also part of your workload. Accelerator …

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ELECTRIC-ELECTRONICS ENGINEER (RF)

We are seeking personnel for the Electronics Engineer, who will work in the Turkish Accelerator and Radiation Laboratory (TARLA), which is under construction in Ankara University Gölbaşı Campus, with the aim of creating and increasing the capacity to produce high technology by providing accelerator-based research opportunities to basic, applied and …

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ELECTRICAL – ELECTRONICS ENGINEER (Lead)

We are seeking personnel for the Electronics Engineer, who will work in the Turkish Accelerator and Radiation Laboratory (TARLA), which is under construction in Ankara University Gölbaşı Campus, with the aim of creating and increasing the capacity to produce high technology by providing accelerator-based research opportunities to basic, applied and …

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ELECTRICAL – ELECTRONICS ENGINEER (Junior)

We are seeking personnel for the Electronics Engineer, who will work in the Turkish Accelerator and Radiation Laboratory (TARLA), which is under construction in Ankara University Gölbaşı Campus, with the aim of creating and increasing the capacity to produce high technology by providing accelerator-based research opportunities to basic, applied and …

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