|CCL 21.08.27 Ph.D. Positions in Computational Catalysis and Materials Design|
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Date: Fri Aug 27 11:41:52 2021
Subject: 21.08.27 Ph.D. Positions in Computational Catalysis and Materials Design
The Computational Catalysis and Material Design group at The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL, USA) is seeking Ph.D. students for a period of four (4) years to work on computational modeling projects aiming to design new catalyst materials. Specific projects involve homogeneous and heterogeneous catalyst design for polymer waste recycling. Ph.D. students will learn to utilize computational methods, such as wavefunction theory, density functional theory, classical force fields, kinetic simulations, and machine learning techniques to understand and predict catalyst properties. Interested students with programming background will be part of related method development efforts. Upon graduation, students will be well-equipped to start their own computational research program in academia or move to industry and solve cutting-edge material design problems. Ph.D. students are provided a starting stipend of $24,000/yr, as well as free tuition and health insurance.
Interested applicants should contact Prof. Tibor Szilvasi (tszilvasi%x%ua.edu) with their CV and explain their motivation. (http://che.eng.ua.edu/people/tibor-szilvasi/)NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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