We at Copenhagen Atomics believe that the solution to nuclear waste already exists. The solution lies in recycling nuclear waste to create an abundance of affordable and green energy, significantly reducing the amount of waste and the time we have to store it.
Join us at Copenhagen Atomics as we finish building a functioning thorium molten salt reactor that burns nuclear waste and drives real change.
As a member of our team, you will play a critical role in assessing and experimenting with various methods of producing salt-wetted carbon composite components. Your task will include supporting the development of a new production technique for carbon composites that can withstand high temperatures and fluoride molten salts (up to 700 ⁰C). You will be joining a group of 5-10 highly skilled individuals from around the world over the next two years, who are dedicated to advancing carbon composite components for fluoride molten salts applications. As a key member of this team, we anticipate that you will have an attitude of relentless pursuit of excellence.
As a company, we value curiosity, flexibility, being self-driven, yet able to collaborate, and the possibility to grow as a person and professional.
To succeed in the role, you:
- Have experience with carbon composites, ideally for high temperature applications.
- Have experience in development, building and testing.
- Have a background in engineering or physics.
Innovation is at the forefront of our culture and drives us to achieve our goals. As a member of our team, you will have the opportunity to work on groundbreaking technologies with the potential to make a significant impact on the world.
Based in Copenhagen, we are an international team of over 60 engineers, technicians, designers, and more who are in the process of developing a new, low-cost, abundant, sustainable, and safe nuclear technology to be manufactured on assembly lines in the future.
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