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Date: Mon Sep 26 11:52:48 2016
Subject: 16.09.26 One PhD position in data science/computational chemistry

We currently have one immediate open PhD position funded by an EU
project (BIGCHEM) in computational chemistry and data science area.
BIGCHEM (BIG data in CHEMistry) is a Marie Skodowska-Curie Innovative
Training Network (ITN) for Early Stage Researchers (ESR) funded by the
European Commission under the H2020 Programme. The BIGCHEM ITN will
provide a comprehensive and cross-disciplinary structured curriculum for
doctoral students in large chemical data analysis using machine-learning,
computational chemistry and chemoinformatics methods.

The innovative research program will be implemented with the target users,
large pharma companies and SMEs, which generate and analyze large
chemical data. This is a joint PhD project involves University of Bonn
and the computational chemistry group in Discovery Sciences department at
AstraZeneca Gothenburg (Sweden) site. The successful candidate will spend
50% of his/her time at each site respectively. The ideal candidate should
meet the following eligibility criteria:

1). Has a diploma and/or a master's degree in Chemistry, Bioinformatics,
Computer/Data Science or related fields.

2). Has a solid background in programming, good knowledge on UNIX/LINUX
operating system and an interest in informatics and statistics.
Medicinal chemistry knowledge is a plus.

3). Fluent in English language (spoken and written/proficiency level).

The deadline for application is 2016, October 31st.

To apply for this position, please send your CV, copies of
academic degrees, and two reference letters via e-mail to:
Dr. Hongming Chen (hongming.chen** and
Prof. Juergen Bajorath (bajorath**

For any inquiry about the project, please contact Dr. Hongming Chen
by e-mail or phone (+46-31-7065285).

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