|CCL 19.09.16 Computation study of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, using small molecules and nanoparticles|
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Date: Mon Sep 16 03:19:22 2019
Subject: 19.09.16 Computation study of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, using small molecules and nanoparticles
Computation study of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, using small molecules and nanoparticles The computational laboratory at the Department of Chemical Science at Ariel University in Israel is seeking Ph.D. students and postdoctoral candidates to conduct a computational research in the area of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, using small molecules and nanoparticles. The candidate will join a well-established enthusiastic group of scientists under the supervision of Prof. Haya Kornweitz and will join our effort to explore the properties of mainly transition metal catalysts and support materials for inorganic process. This research is expected to lead to fundamental understanding of the reactions mechanism leading to practical and theoretical application. Ariel University offers a collaborative research environment and features state-of-the-art research facilities relevant to the proposed position. A full competitive scholarship and subsidized accommodation are offered to prospective candidates in this program. Required Qualifications: A successful PhD degree (postdoctoral candidates) or M.Sc. (Ph.D. students), in Chemistry or Chemical Physics, journal publications record. Preferred Qualifications: former studies and experience in computational chemistry, with experience in using G16 (g09) and/or VASP and other relevant software.
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