|CCL 18.11.15 Ph.D. Fellowships in Soft Materials Simulation|
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Date: Thu Nov 15 17:10:57 2018
Subject: 18.11.15 Ph.D. Fellowships in Soft Materials Simulation
The Turner Lab at The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL, USA) is seeking multiple Ph.D. students to work on modeling projects related to soft materials modeling. The materials involve ionic polyimides (i-PIs) and i-PI + ionic liquid (i-PI+IL) composites for gas separation (CO2, CH4, N2, etc.) membrane materials. The simulations involved a variety of atomistic and molecular-level simulation techniques, including molecular dynamics, density functional theory, grand canonical Monte Carlo, and kinetic Monte Carlo simulations. Previous simulation and/or programming experience is desired. The project benefits from close experimental collaborations, allowing rigorous benchmarking and model validation throughout the project. Further information can be found on our website: http://turnerresearchgroup.ua.edu Accepted Ph.D. students are provided with a minimum stipend of $24,000/yr, as well as tuition remission and health insurance benefits. Domestic U.S. students (or permanent residents) will likely qualify for additional fellowship support up to $34,000/yr. Multiple fellowships at this level are available.
Interested students should forward a CV and letter of introduction to Prof. C. Heath Turner (hturner%a%eng.ua.edu). For final consideration, a formal application must be submitted through the UA Graduate School at http://graduate.ua.edu.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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