|CCL 17.10.19 PhD Positions in Computational Chemistry, University of Basel, Switzerland|
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Date: Thu Oct 19 09:34:59 2017
Subject: 17.10.19 PhD Positions in Computational Chemistry, University of Basel, Switzerland
Applications are invited for PhD positions in theoretical and computational chemistry in the group of Markus Meuwly in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Basel, Switzerland. The appointment is within the established National Competence Center of Research (NCCR) on Molecular and Ultrafast Science and Technology, see http://www.nccr-must.ch/home.html Candidates should have a degree in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, or related fields. The main theme of our research is to develop and apply state-of-the-art computational tools to characterize and understand the structure and dynamics of molecular systems in the gas- and condensed phase through direct contact with experiments. In particular we use and implement methods to accurately represent intermolecular interactions and use them in classical molecular dynamics and quantum dynamics simulations, depending on the system of interest. For more information see http://www.chemie.unibas.ch/~meuwly/
Interested and talented candidates (ideally with programming skills) should send a letter of intent and a C.V. (as pdf files and by e-mail to m.meuwly"at"unibas.ch), and arrange for two letters of recommendation directly sent to me.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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