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Date: Mon Apr 10 10:34:40 2017
Subject: 17.04.10 PhD Scholarships in Computational Biophysics and Chemistry, University of Limerick, Ireland
Multiple positions are available for highly motivated PhD students to 
join a team developing new computational tools to model the physicochemical
properties of proteins as they adsorb on nanostructured surfaces. 
Training will include the acquisition of skills in scientific computing and 
application of computer modelling tools to design of advanced materials 
and bio-engineering. We use modelling techniques including quantum 
mechanical calculations, molecular dynamics and free energy simulations 
run on highly-parallelised supercomputers. For more see 
http://ulsites.ul.ie/physics/atomic-scale-materials-design-assembled-0

The candidate must have or expect to obtain a good Honours degree in 
physics / chemistry or equivalent degree and have a strong interest in 
molecular modelling. 


The posts will be advertised until all positions are filled. Positions are 
available to start as soon as possible.

Send your cover letter and CV to damien.thompson() ul.ie clearly stating
how your experience, interests and drive will allow you to make a strong
contribution to our research programme.

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