|CCL 17.12.04 computational modeling and simulation and software developer (Beijing, China)|
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Date: Mon Dec 4 21:49:17 2017
Subject: 17.12.04 computational modeling and simulation and software developer (Beijing, China)
Two positions are available at Beijing Computational Science Research Center (www.csrc.ac.cn), a multidisciplinary institute with excellent support for international collaborations in computational sciences. 1. Software developer. Develop algorithms and programs for X-ray data analysis, including small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS), single particle imaging using CryoEM or X-ray free electron laser, serial nanocrystallography. Applicant should have solid background in physics and mathematics, familiar with Python, C/C++ etc. 2. Postdoctoral fellow. Working on molecular dynamics simulation method and applications. We focus on the study of membrane protein (such as GPCR), drug design, protein/peptide self-assembly or aggregations. The positions are offered with one or two year contract, renewable upon mutual agreement. The base salary is 160k - 200k per year, depending on the experience. Webpage for the group: http://liulab.csrc.ac.cn Recent publications can be found at: http://liulab.csrc.ac.cn/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=publications
Interested applicants should apply by sending email to Dr. Haiguang Liu (hgliu __AT__ csrc.ac.cn ). Please include a self-introduction, CV, and 2-3 reference letters.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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