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Date: Mon Sep 13 12:28:37 2021
Subject: 21.09.13 Scientist, Quantum Chemistry - QSimulate (Berkeley, CA)
Scientist, Quantum Chemistry - QSimulate (Berkeley, CA)

Do you want to be part of a cutting-edge effort to use quantum mechanics 
to change the world? 

QSimulate is building a world-class team to accelerate scientific discovery.
Our platform provides paradigm-shifting quantum-mechanics-based
tools for scientists worldwide. These tools are being used in such areas as
Drug Discovery, Materials Science, and AI. 

We are looking for a quantum chemist to help with our development 
of simulation-based solutions to chemical, material,
and pharmaceutical problems.


- Develop new workflows to solve tough problems in computational 
drug discovery.

- Develop algorithms for emerging quantum hardware.

- Use cloud-based computing resources to perform high-quality
simulations of unprecedented size.


- PhD in computational quantum chemistry or a related field

- Publications in peer-reviewed journals

- Programming experience in Python and/or C/C++

- Experience with scientific software development

We Offer:
- The opportunity to make an immediate and visible impact within a 
fast growing company with lots of potential

- Passionate and fun teammates

- Competitive compensation

QSimulate is dedicated to building a diverse team of individuals 
who are committed to contributing to an inclusive environment. 
Our core values include respect for all, serving the greater good, 
and welcoming individuals from diverse backgrounds, experiences, 
and perspectives.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. 
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, 
national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, 
veteran status, or disability status.

Please submit your CV to 

For more information please visit

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