Student job in Reactor Physics

Copenhagen Atomics is on a trajectory to become one of the leading technology companies in Europe.
We have developed a set of new technologies, which allow us to recycle nuclear waste and make green energy at lower cost than any other energy technology.
We are close to a breakthrough where we can manufacture one nuclear reactor every day and blast ahead of wind, solar and fusion in the green energy race.

Join us at Copenhagen Atomics as we finish developing a functioning thorium molten salt reactor that burns nuclear waste and drives real change.
As a company, we value curiosity, flexibility, being self-driven, yet able to collaborate, and the possibility to grow as a person and professional.

You’ll play an important role in:

  • Developing cutting edge simulation tools for fission and fusion reactors.
  • Developing methods for particle tracking and physics in a wide range of geometries.
  • Expanding the dynamic capabilities of simulation software into the realm of fluid fuel reactors.
  • Speeding up simulation software enabling engineers worldwide to explore novel reactor concepts.
  • Validating simulations against real world experiments and tests.
This position involves a variety of responsibilities and may not be limited to the above.

To succeed in the role, you:
  • To know/learn how to parallelize computer programs.
  • To analyse multidimensional data-sets.
  • To be adventurous and inquisitive.
  • To deep-dive into a large and diverse simulation code-base.
  • To independently ask questions and come with ideas.

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 70 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. As part of Copenhagen Atomics´ aspirations of continued growth, we have moved into new and larger facilities in Kastrup with 11.000 square meters of office and production space.

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