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Date: Thu Oct 24 23:06:50 2019
Subject: 19.10.24 PhD Positions in Theoretical/Computational Chemistry at NYU Shanghai, China
New York University invites applications for the PhD Program in Chemistry 
at NYU Shanghai. Students admitted to this program will work with NYU 
Shanghai faculty within the NYU-ECNU Center for Computational Chemistry 
at NYU Shanghai (CCC), a research institute operated jointly by NYU, NYU 
Shanghai, and East China Normal University, 
The CCC is establishing itself as a world-class platform for research, 
training, and international collaboration. The center has a core group of 
outstanding faculty members who are conducting frontier research in 
various fields of theoretical and computational chemistry with applications 
to physics, biology, and material sciences.

Students in the NYU Shanghai PhD Program in Chemistry will normally spend 
one or two semesters of their first year at NYU in New York for coursework, 
before transitioning full-time to a research group in Shanghai. Additional 
coursework may also be completed in Shanghai. Candidates who successfully 
complete the program will receive a PhD degree from New York University. 
All students are supported by fellowships, and advanced students are 
eligible for a number of additional awards and fellowships. Annual 
fellowship stipends are equivalent to NYU Chemistry PhD students.

Open House:
We invite interested students to learn more about our program during an Open 
House event on November 4th, 2019 at 5-7pm, 1555 Century Ave., Pudong New 
District, Shanghai. RSVP here:
Applications are to be submitted online via the NYU Graduate School of Arts 
and Science website (, 
where students should select the Chemistry PhD as their program of 
interest, and indicate their preference for NYU Shanghai by marking the 
appropriate checkbox. Deadline for applications is December 12 for 
enrollment in the subsequent Fall semester. Further details of the 
program and application requirements, such as standardized test scores, 
are available at

Contact Information:
For general questions or inquiries regarding the program, please send 
an email to Prof. Xiang Sun (xiang.sun!=! Additional questions 
should be directed to Prof. John Zhang (john.zhang!=! and 
Prof. William Glover (william.glover!=!
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