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National Metrology Institute of Japan (NMIJ)

As the national metrology institute (NMI), we are focusing on the development and dissemination of measurement standards, promotion of measurement standards utilization, development of measurement technologies related to measurement standards, legal metrology work and training of experts. Our activity covers engineering, physical, material, and chemical measurement standards. It also covers development of measurement and analytical instrumentation. We also coordinate international activities on metrology standards as a national representative.

Type B (Tenured position)

The below-listed job opportunities are for Type B. 
 

Job Opportunities for the 1st round of Open Recruitment 2022 - Closed at 12:00 *at noon on 17 May 2022 (JST)
Entry ID
NMIJ-1
Title Research and Development on Equation of State for New Alternative Refrigerants to Prevent Global Warming
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience Hydrofluorocarbons used in refrigeration and air-conditioning system have a drawback that their global warming potential is large. Development of new alternative refrigerants with low global warming potential is therefore urgently required. In response to this need, we will develop equations of state of new refrigerant candidates, which are necessary for design and performance evaluation of refrigeration and air-conditioning system. Highly motivated researchers with knowledge and skills in the fields of thermal engineering, chemical engineering and mechanical engineering are invited.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Engineering Measurement
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/riem/en/intro/index.html
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Number of Position 1
Key Words Refrigerants/ Thermodynamic equation of state/ Thermophysical properties/ /
Related Research Areas Engineering/Chemistry/
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Entry ID
NMIJ-2
Title Development and Application of Base Technologies in Measurement for Force Standards
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience In order to realize a safe and secure society which is adapted to the rapidly advancing information technology in recent years, we will work on the advancement of force standard and the research and development of high-precision measurement technology which can be applied to the force standard. Highly motivated researchers with knowledge and experimental skills of mechanical engineering, vibration engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, applied physics, and measurement and control are invited.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Engineering Measurement
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/riem/en/intro/index.html
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Number of Position 1
Key Words Mechanical Engineering/ Vibration Engineering/ Electrical Engineering and Electronics/ Applied Physics and Engineering Sciences/ Physics
Related Research Areas Interdisciplinary science and engineering/Engineering/Complex systems
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Entry ID
NMIJ-3
Title Development of MEMS flow calibration chip for microfluidic devices
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience In recent years, there has been a strong demand for improved accuracy of flow measurement in microfluidic devices, which have been remarkably developed in various fields such as medicine and analysis. To this end, we will develop a method for evaluating flow rates at very low flow rates (nL/min to μL/min) and develop a MEMS chip that enables onsite calibration. We are looking for highly motivated researchers with knowledge and experimental experience in mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, applied physics, measurement and control, and MEMS.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Engineering Measurement
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/riem/en/intro/index.html
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Number of Position 1
Key Words Very low flow rate/ MEMS/ Microfluidic device/ Micro fluidics/
Related Research Areas Engineering/Interdisciplinary science and engineering/
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Entry ID
NMIJ-4
Title Research and Development on Data Science for Metrology
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience In recent years, the need for uncertainty evaluation has increased due to the expansion of laboratory accreditation systems. In addition, as digital transformation in measurement progresses, the measurement instruments utilizing machine learning and AI are developing. Therefore, we recruit a researcher who will conduct and disseminate research related to data science for metrology. This call is open to researchers with not only measurement uncertainty evaluation but also knowledge and skills in measurement data processing. We also welcome researchers who have the ability to promote research and development related to machine learning and AI.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Engineering Measurement
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/riem/en/intro/index.html
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Number of Position 1
Key Words Statistics/ Uncertainty/ Traceability/ AI/ Machine Learning
Related Research Areas Mathematical and physical sciences/Informatics/Interdisciplinary science and engineering
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Entry ID
NMIJ-5
Title Research and Development on Accurate Measurement of Physical Quantities as well as their Applications
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience We are recruiting and looking for a highly motivated researcher who is keen to do cutting edge research on accurate measurement of physical quantities such as temperature, optics and laser power as well as their applications to develop novel sensing techniques. Ambitious researchers with experimental skills and knowledge on applied physics, electrics/electronics, instrumentation physics, mechanical engineering, physics, material science or related areas are invited.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Physical Measurement
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/ripm/en/
Inquiry E-mail: ripm-saiyo-ml@aist.go.jp
Tel.029-861-1430
Number of Position 3
Key Words Thermometry/ Photometry and Radiometry/ Optical measurements/ Optical Thermometry/
Related Research Areas Engineering/Interdisciplinary science and engineering/Complex systems
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Entry ID
NMIJ-6
Title Research and development on new measurement methods and certified reference materials for the analysis of cell-derived biomacromolecule
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience Sophisticated basic technology on cell analysis is required in the field of clinical tests and drug development. We recruit researchers who will work for the research and development of new technologies for quantitative analysis and structural analysis of biomacromolecules including nucleic acids and proteins derived from cells, viruses etc., and reference materials using these technologies. Researchers who have basic knowledge and experimental skills in the fields related to cell analysis and biochemistry, with motivation for work on the development of new measurement systems are invited.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/mcml/index_en.html
Inquiry E-mail : mcm_recruitment-ml*aist.go.jp
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Number of Position 1
Key Words Cell analysis/ Biomacromolecule/ Quantitative analysis/ Structural analysis/
Related Research Areas Chemistry/Biology/Medicine,dentistry,and pharmacy
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Entry ID
NMIJ-7
Title Research and development of chemical species analysis technology for inorganic materials and reference materials
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience In the development and manufacture of products related to inorganic materials, technology for highly reliable analysis and evaluation of chemical species of substances such as constituents, additives, and contained impurities is extremely important. Utilizing X-ray spectroscopy and atomic spectrum spectroscopy, candidates for this position will work for the development of measurement technology that enables analysis of chemical species of inorganic materials, and reference materials that will be the basis for analysis and evaluation including chemical species. Researchers who have basic academic knowledge and experimental techniques such as analytical chemistry, material science, and spectroscopy, with motivation for work on the development of new measurement methods are invited.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/mcml/index_en.html
Inquiry E-mail : mcm_recruitment-ml*aist.go.jp
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Number of Position 1
Key Words Inorganic material/ Analysis of chemical species/ Reference materials/ X-ray spectroscopy/ Atomic spectrometry
Related Research Areas Chemistry/Engineering/Interdisciplinary science and engineering
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Entry ID
NMIJ-8
Title Research and Development on Evaluation Technology for Thermophysical properties of solid materials
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience Various and reliable thermophysical properties are required in material selection and functional design in consideration of quality improvement, energy efficiency improvement, and safety assurance in products and equipment. In order to prepare a wide range of thermophysical property data depending on temperature, composition and size, we will develop solid thermophysical property measurement technology that covers from measurement standards to practical measurement. Researchers who have basic knowledge in academic fields related to general thermophysical properties, material science, optical measurement engineering, and applied physics, and experience in material evaluation and measurement, with motivation for work on the development of new measurement technologies are invited.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Material and Chemical Measurement
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/mcml/index_en.html
Inquiry E-mail : mcm_recruitment-ml*aist.go.jp
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Number of Position 1
Key Words Thermophysical properties/ Thermal expansivity/ Material properties/ Optical measurement engineering/ measurement development
Related Research Areas Interdisciplinary science and engineering/Engineering/Mathematical and physical sciences
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Entry ID
NMIJ-9
Title Research and development of radiation measurement technology for advanced medicine and environmental management
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience We are looking for researchers who are enthusiastic about research and development of radiation dose standards, radioactivity standards, and measurement techniques for radiation therapy/diagnosis, radiation protection, environmental management, and food safety. Researchers with research experience and research achievements in research fields related to this R&D are eligible.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Measurement and Analytical Instrumentation
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/rima/en/intro/index.html
Inquiry E-mail:rima-saiyo-ml*aist.go.jp
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Number of Position 2
Key Words Medical care/ Environment/ Food/ Radiation dose/ Radioactivity
Related Research Areas Mathematical and physical sciences/Engineering/Chemistry
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Entry ID
NMIJ-10
Title Development and application of advanced measurement technology using quantum beam
Job Summary and Essential/Desirable Skills and Experience We are looking for researchers who will work on the development of advanced measurement technology for quantum beams (X-rays, positrons, neutrons, lasers, etc.) and their applied research (material development and non-destructive evaluation of products). We welcome highly motivated applicants with fundamental knowledge on physics, chemistry, engineering, information science or related fields, and experimental and analytical technique.
Start of Employment April 1st, 2023
Research Unit Research Institute for Measurement and Analytical Instrumentation
Work Location Ibaraki
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/rima/en/intro/index.html
Inquiry E-mail:rima-saiyo-ml*aist.go.jp (Replace "*" with "@")
Number of Position 1
Key Words quantum beam/ radiation measurement/ material analysis/ non-destructive evaluation/ data analysis
Related Research Areas Mathematical and physical sciences/Chemistry/Informatics
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