|CCL 17.04.18 Statistical Mechanics postdoctoral position at Washington State University|
From: jobs at ccl.net (do not send your application there!!!)
To: jobs at ccl.net
Date: Tue Apr 18 16:53:37 2017
Subject: 17.04.18 Statistical Mechanics postdoctoral position at Washington State University
Statistical Mechanics postdoctoral position at Washington State University Highly motivated applicants are solicited for a computational postdoc within the group of Prof. Aurora E. Clark, in the Chemistry Department at Washington State University. The funded position (1 year, renewable up to 3 years upon mutual agreement) will study complex multicomponent solutions, including acidic conditions, high ionic strength, and hydrophobic solutes. Classical molecular dynamics (non-polarizable and polarizable force fields), and ab-initio molecular dynamics are employed, alongside new graph theoretical methods for data exploration that determine relevant correlation functions and reaction coordinates. Candidates are sought with expertise and capabilities within: - Classical and ab-initio molecular dynamics including force field development and parameterization - Metadynamics and other enhanced sampling methods - Free energy techniques Required Skills: Candidates must have received a Ph.D. in Physics, Chemistry, Geochemistry, Applied Mathematics, Materials Science, or an equivalent field within the last 5 years. Demonstrated expertise within the fields of statistical mechanics as demonstrated by regular publication in the peer-reviewed technical literature. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Application materials, including a CV and 3 letters of recommendation should be sent to Ms. Josefina Galvan (j.galvan*wsu.edu). All technical questions can be sent to Prof. Aurora Clark (auclark*wsu.edu).NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
All @ signs were changed to * to fight spam. Before you send e-mail, you need to change * to @
For example: change joe*big123comp.com to email@example.com
Please let your prospective employer know that you learned about the job from the Computational Chemistry List Job Listing at http://www.ccl.net/jobs. If you are not interested in this particular position yourself, pass it to someone who might be -- some day they may return the favor.
|Modified: Tue Apr 18 20:53:37 2017 GMT|
|Page accessed 352 times since Tue Apr 18 20:58:07 2017 GMT|