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Date: Wed May 31 17:49:58 2017
Subject: 17.05.31 Postdoc position in DFT method development & computational materials at UC Riverside
Postdoctoral position in DFT method development & computational materials at 
UC Riverside

A new postdoctoral position is available immediately in the computational 
chemistry and materials science group of Prof. Bryan M. Wong at the 
University of California-Riverside.

We are an extremely productive and highly-published multidisciplinary 
group located in sunny Southern California, with an interest in both 
method development and application in the chemistry and material science 
of large systems. A website of our interests and publications can be 
found at:

http://www.bmwong-group.com

Job description: The postdoctoral associate will develop new electronic 
structure methods for exploring electronic excited states and 
non-adiabatic processes using both density functional theory (DFT) as 
well as our newly-developed areas in density functional tight binding 
(DFTB). Additional responsibilities include development and simulation 
of the generation, evolution, and dynamics of electronic excitations in 
molecules, condensed phases, and nanoscale materials with first 
principles methods such as real-time time-dependent density functional 
theory (RT-TDDFT).


The postdoc will: 

Modify, develop code as needed using Fortran, C, and/or CUDA. 
Run calculations using standard and non-standard ab initio and quantum 
codes. 
Write journal articles on developed methods, calculations, and results. 
Attend conferences and present work.

For more information, contact Prof. Bryan Wong at bryan.wong (at) ucr.edu

To apply, please send a CV describing past/current research, 
publications, and a list of 2-3 references.

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