|CCL 18.01.11 PhD positions in MD of metal-oxide surfaces interfaces with water|
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Date: Thu Jan 11 12:27:34 2018
Subject: 18.01.11 PhD positions in MD of metal-oxide surfaces interfaces with water
Multiple PhD positions will become available around March 2018 at UCD in (DFT-) MD modelling of metal-oxide surfaces interfaces with water. Code development will also be a feature, in terms of setting up and running simulations and also for post-simulation trajectory analysis. Applicants with a good background in Physics, Chemistry and solid coding skills in Fortran, C and Python/Perl are requested to apply. Any experience of MD, DFT and empirical potentials will be valued, particularly for water. Knowledge of Unix and compiling is a plus. Excellent English-language skills and verbal and written communication is key, coupled with a capacity to give clear and effective presentations. Applications should be made to Prof. Niall English (Chem Eng, UCD) preferably before/by 19th January, via e-mail at: niall.english[-]ucd.ie Please include a very detailed CV, names and contact details of at least three referees, and a very detailed application letter where you address each and every one of the above-mentioned desiderata how you fit in and what you feel you can do, and have done. A reasonably- detailed summary of programming projects, interests and accomplishments is needed.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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