|CCL 19.10.02 Organic and Organometallic Computational Chemistry Postdoc|
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Date: Wed Oct 2 11:48:43 2019
Subject: 19.10.02 Organic and Organometallic Computational Chemistry Postdoc
A postdoc position is available in the Daniel Ess computational and simulation lab at Brigham Young University (BYU) (http://www.chem.byu.edu/faculty/daniel-h-ess/). Applications will be reviewed from October 4 through October 18. The start date is 6 January 2020 Projects will be in organic and organometallic reactions and catalysis and will range from fundamental studies to collaboration with petrochemical industrial partners to design newcatalysts. You will work directly with experimental groups. You will also have the opportunity to pursue your own ideas and be a co-corresponding author on publications. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in computational or theoretical chemistry, computational chemical engineering, or a related field. Applicants must be independent, be able to handle multiple projects and be expert in electronic structure computational packages and theoretical analysis. BYU has a very friendly campus environment in Provo, which is the second largest city in Utah. Provo, Utah is an extremely safe city. Interested applicants should send their CV to Dr. Ess at dhe%a%chem.byu.edu.
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