|CCL 16.07.01 Postdoc position in MD simulation of aqueous complex chemistry, UC Riverside, USA|
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Date: Fri Jul 1 18:56:33 2016
Subject: 16.07.01 Postdoc position in MD simulation of aqueous complex chemistry, UC Riverside, USA
The Computational Materials Chemistry Laboratory led by Prof. De-en Jiang at Department of Chemistry, University of California, Riverside is looking for a postdoctoral research fellow to work on a project on aqueous complex chemistry related to uranium recovery from seawater. The postdoc fellow will use molecular dynamics simulations to examine uranyl speciation and binding with ligands under the seawater conditions. Free energy simulations with sampling techniques such as umbrella sampling will be used to obtain free energy profiles of the complexation chemistry. Applicants are expected to have obtained a PhD degree in theoretical/computational chemistry or a closely related field, with strong background in atomistic MD simulations. Experience with force-field development and/or QM/MM technique is a plus. Riverside is located about 60 miles east of Los Angeles and within a hour drive to many attractions in Southern California such as beaches, mountains, Disney Land, Hollywood, and Joshua Tree National Park.
To apply, please send your CV to Prof. De-en Jiang (de-en.jiang at ucr dot edu). To check our groups research, please go to http://research.chem.ucr.edu/groups/jiang/Home.html.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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