CCL Home Page
Up Directory CCL 19.04.04 PhD position in Computational Chemistry/Physics
From: jobs at ccl.net (do not send your application there!!!)
To: jobs at ccl.net
Date: Thu Apr 4 11:43:04 2019
Subject: 19.04.04 PhD position in Computational Chemistry/Physics
Self-assembly of peptides and other macromolecules into crystals provides an
inexpensive, easily tailorable, and non-catalytic route to creation of drug 
formulations that can be engineered from the molecular to micron scale. 

Our molecular modelling group at Bernal Institute, University of 
Limerick is recruiting talented graduates to join us in designing these new 
types of solid state pharmaceutical materials. 

We are seeking highly-motivated students holding or expecting to obtain a 
good honours degree in chemistry, physics, or related discipline. 

Full training and support will be given, and the computational models we 
develop will guide experiments in our academic and industry partner R&D labs.

Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate excellent skills
in physics and chemistry and a strong interest in atomic scale
materials design in particular modelling organic/biomolecule structures.
To be considered for this position please send your CV including full 
exam results to date to damien.thompson::ul.ie

Please include also a brief letter of introduction outlining how 
your education, drive, skills and interests make you the right person
for this project.
NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
All @ signs were changed to :: to fight spam. Before you send e-mail, you need to change :: to @
For example: change joe::big123comp.com to joe@big123comp.com
Please let your prospective employer know that you learned about the job from the Computational Chemistry List Job Listing at http://www.ccl.net/jobs. If you are not interested in this particular position yourself, pass it to someone who might be -- some day they may return the favor.
Modified: Thu Apr 4 15:43:04 2019 GMT
Page accessed 871 times since Thu Apr 4 15:46:30 2019 GMT