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Date: Fri Aug 10 15:12:19 2018
Subject: 18.08.10 Computational Chemistry and Data Science Post-doc - Washington State University
A post-doctoral position is available in the lab of Prof. Aurora Clark at Washington State University, 
Pullman, Wa, US. 

The research project is focused upon classical and ab-initio molecular dynamics simulations of 
complex solutions, including binary phases relevant to solvent extraction and separations science. 
Graph-theory based analysis and machine learning algorithms will be employed to learn about 
complex correlations that emerge from complementary experimental synchrotron-based data and 
molecular simulation. 

The preferred starting date is October 1, 2018.

A PhD degree in computational chemistry or physics with a strong background in molecular dynamics 
simulations and good programming skills (C/C++/Python) is required. Experiences with machine 
learning is advantageous. Self-motivated candidates with an outstanding academic record, excellent 
communication skills and professional integrity are encouraged to apply. Applicants will work in a
 collaborative environment and have significant opportunities to visit both theory and experimental
 collaborators across the US and at US National Laboratories. 

For further information about the group please visit our website or email Prof. Clark at auclark|*|
Please send cover letter with research interests and experience, current CV, and the names of 
3 references to auclark|*|
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