|CCL 17.05.29 Postdoc and Ph.D Positions in Computational Chemistry/Biophysics in U of California, Riverside|
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Subject: 17.05.29 Postdoc and Ph.D Positions in Computational Chemistry/Biophysics in U of California, Riverside
Postdoctoral position in Computational Chemistry/Biophysics A postdoctoral researcher position is available in computational chemistry/biophysics in the chemistry department at the University of California, Riverside. The position will focus on developing and applying molecular simulations, theories and modeling tools to work on research projects related to non-covalent ligand-protein binding kinetics and thermodynamics. Required qualification: - Ph.D. in computational chemistry, physics, biophysics or a related discipline. - Good at molecular dynamics simulations and familiar with enhanced sampling techniques. - Scripting and simple coding experience - Published articles in biomolecular modeling and simulations, and easily communicating with people. Desired qualification: - Strong background in statistical mechanics and thermodynamics - Experience with ligand-protein binding calculations - Programming in C and/or Fortran To be considered, please send a cover letter with a summary of research interests and a CV together with names and contact details of three referees to: Prof. Chia-en Chang (chiaenc%%ucr.edu) Web-pages: http://chem.ucr.edu/chang or http://chemcha-gpu0.ucr.edu/ Positions will be initially for one year but successful postdocs are expected to have their appointment renewed. After reviewing applications, competitive candidates will be requested to provide three letters of references. For more information, please contact Prof. Chang. The position is open immediately. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. __________________________________________________________________________ Opportunities for Graduate Students Our group has openings for prospective Ph.D. students in computational chemistry and biophysics. We are looking for highly motivated students to perform research in molecular modeling, e.g. molecular dynamics simulations and Brownian dynamics simulations, and statistical mechanics theory to deepen our understanding in molecular binding and answer questions for chemical and biological systems. The research can be applied to practical applications such as drug development and our work also collaborates closely with experimental groups. http://chem.ucr.edu/chang or http://chemcha-gpu0.ucr.edu/ Interested candidates are welcome to contact Prof. Chang directly by email: chiaenc%%ucr.edu and should also apply to the UCR chemistry graduate program.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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