|CCL 18.10.16 Molecular and Dissipative Particle Dynamics (MD and DPD) Simulations of Polymeric Membrane Formation|
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Date: Tue Oct 16 19:11:49 2018
Subject: 18.10.16 Molecular and Dissipative Particle Dynamics (MD and DPD) Simulations of Polymeric Membrane Formation
A Postdoctoral Fellow position in classical molecular dynamics (MD) and dissipative particle dynamics (DPD) simulations is available to investigate polymeric membrane formations by non-solvent induced or temperature induced phase separation processes. This position is sponsored by the membrane science, engineering and technology (MAST) center (http://mastcenter.org), a NSF industry/university cooperative research center (I/UCRC) at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. This successful candidate will work closely with both academic investigators and industrial sponsors. He/she will also be responsible for supervising graduate and undergraduate students. In addition, He/she will draft periodic reports and prepare manuscripts for publication. Candidates with strong background in classical MD simulations, DPD or other coarse-grained methods are preferred. The position is initially available for one year, but can be extended based on the performance and availability of funding. For more information about the position, please contact: Prof. Xianghong Qian Department of Biomedical Engineering University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701 Email: xqian/a\uark.edu Tel: 479-575-8401
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