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Date: Tue Dec 5 08:25:28 2023
Subject: 23.12.05 PhD student positions in quantum chemistry/computational chemistry at TU Berlin
Several PhD student positions are open at the chair of Theoretical
Chemistry/Quantum Chemistry at Technical University Berlin in the group
of Prof. Dr. Martin Kaupp. The available research topics range from the development
of novel density functionals to investigations of fluoro-specific
interactions and relevant reactions within the Berlin Collaborative Research
Center 1349 to studies of catalytic mechanisms and spectroscopic data within
the Berlin UniSysCat excellence cluster to the development of protocols for
the ab initio prediction of complete NMR spectra (DFG project KA1187/17-1).
All of the positions are based on the usual TV-L13 (66%) salary of the German
university and public service system. The prospective PhD student will be
embedded in one of the most active, collaborative and stimulating research
environments worldwide in the wider Berlin research area.

The candidate must hold an excellent MSc degree in chemistry (theoretical
or computational), interdisciplinary natural sciences, physics, or related,
and have profound English and autonomous learning ability skills. The
successful candidate will be creative, ambitious, and motivated. Broad
chemistry knowledge as well as experience in quantum chemistry and density
functional theory is an advantage.
Interested candidates should send their meaningful applications in a
single PDF file to martin.kaupp _ The file should include
a motivation letter, a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, transcripts
of degree certificates, and the contact details of at least two referees. Only
the best candidates for the advertised positions will be contacted for the next
selection round.

Applications will be examined until the positions are filled.
Start date by agreement.
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