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Date: Fri Apr 27 11:22:50 2018
Subject: 18.04.27 PostDoc positions in theoretical / computational chemistry - Buffalo, NY, USA
Two postdoc positions in computational /theoretical chemistry will be 
available in the Department of Chemistry, University at Buffalo, 
State University of New York (SUNY), USA, in the research group of 
Jochen Autschbach.

Possible research projects include theoretical studies of magnetic
and spectroscopic properties of actinide complexes, natural electronic
and vibrational optical activity, emission spectra of transition metal 
and lanthanide complexes, NMR parameters of catalytically active 
species, ab-initio molecular dynamics of metal complexes in solution, 
and theoretical method development in all of the aforementioned areas.

The anticipated starting date is between August 1 and August 31, 2018.
Preference will be given to individuals with a demonstrated background
in quantum chemistry method and program development, and to individuals
who have experience with multi-reference ab-initio calculations. 

If you wish to apply for one of the positions please email your 
resume / CV and a cover letter stating your qualifications and research 
interests to: jochena]![ 

(PDF or plain text; please do not send Word attachments. We will respond
quickly to applicants whose skills and research interest best match
the requirements of our research projects.)

Further details on our research program and related information are
available at

Buffalo ( is a lively city located in the 
western part of the State of New York, USA, near the Canadian border. 
There are many local attractions, galleries and museums, annual events 
and festivals, and nearby recreational sites such as Niagara Falls State 
Park. Across the Canadian border, Toronto is close enough for a day trip.

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