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Date: Tue Sep 12 18:14:14 2023
Subject: 23.09.12 Postdoc position in dissipative polariton dynamics at University of Delaware (USA)
One postdoctoral position is available in the Kananenka group at 
University of Delaware, USA ( 
The project focuses on developing new theoretical and computational 
methods to elucidate the effects of dissipative environment on the 
properties of hybrid light-matter states so-called polaritons. 
The project will involve quantum, quantum-classical, and/or semiclassical 
dynamics simulations of molecular systems coupled to quantized radiation 
field of a cavity. The work will be performed in a collaboration with
experimental groups. The initial appointment will be for one year with 
a possibility of extension. 

The candidates must hold or are about to receive a PhD degree in 
Computational Physics or Chemistry. Candidates with strong background 
in quantum, quantum-classical, and/or semiclassical dynamics, quantum 
chemistry calculations, open quantum systems, and programming 
(at least Python) are particularly encouraged to apply. 

About University of Delaware
The University of Delaware is an R1 (very high research activity) 
university located in Newark, Delaware on the East coast of the US 
with easy access to major metropolitan areas including Philadelphia, 
Washington D.C., and New York City as well as Delaware beaches.

The position is available immediately. The search will continue until 
the position is filled.
Interested applicants are encouraged to send a brief letter of introduction 
and a CV with a list of publications to Prof. Alexei Kananenka 
(email: akanane!=!
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