|CCL 18.10.22 Postdoc Computational Chemistry|
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Date: Mon Oct 22 11:52:10 2018
Subject: 18.10.22 Postdoc Computational Chemistry
Postdoctoral Position in Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence for Computational Chemistry at NIST Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in computational chemistry through the Professional Research and Education Program (PREP) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, MD. The individual selected will work jointly with NIST staff in the Information Technology Laboratory and the Material Measurement Laboratory, as well as with Professor Roman Krems in the Department of Chemistry at University of British Columbia on methods for accelerating our understanding of the dynamical interaction of atoms and molecules using deep learning and artificial intelligence (DL/AI). The exact problems to be studied will be developed jointly by the group and the candidate. An Important aspect will be to develop a better fundamental understanding of why DL/AI algorithms actually work in this domain. Funding is currently available for a year, renewable for a second year, subject to funding availability, satisfactory performance by the candidate and mutual agreement by all of the researchers. While the start date is somewhat flexible, it is our hope that the new postdoctoral associate will be on board by January 2019. Interested individuals should contact Dr Barry Schneider (bis:_:nist.gov) for additional details. Applications should be emailed as a single pdf files to bis:_:nist.gov and must include a brief letter of interest describing the candidates background and interests, a CV and contact information for no more than three references.
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