CCL Home Page
Up Directory CCL 19.11.20 Postdoc in Computational Chemistry and Electrocatalysis, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
From: jobs at (do not send your application there!!!)
To: jobs at
Date: Wed Nov 20 07:32:29 2019
Subject: 19.11.20 Postdoc in Computational Chemistry and Electrocatalysis, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
There is an immediate opening for a postdoc position in modeling electrocatalysis by density functional
theory (DFT) in the group of Tore Brinck at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. The 
research project is aimed at developing catalysts for electrochemical reactions, such as water splitting
and ammonia synthesis. Catalytic systems that are considered include crystalline materials, thin films,
nanoparticles and single atom catalysts. Characterization of catalysts will involve mechanistic studies
as well as the use of DFT based local surface descriptors that are currently being developed in the
group. Data from the DFT calculations and experimental data will be analyzed using machine learning
(MI) to develop predictive models for catalyst design.  

A doctoral degree obtained within the last three years prior to the application deadline is required. 
The applicant should have experience in modeling chemical processes and materials using DFT and a
good understanding of physical chemistry.

This is a full-time position of one year with the possibility of extension for a second year.

Job announcement, and how to apply (deadline Nov 28), is found here:

For further information about the position contact Professor Tore Brinck at tore(0)

All @ signs were changed to (0) to fight spam. Before you send e-mail, you need to change (0) to @
For example: change joe(0) to
Please let your prospective employer know that you learned about the job from the Computational Chemistry List Job Listing at 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: Wed Nov 20 12:32:29 2019 GMT
Page accessed 2298 times since Wed Nov 20 12:39:39 2019 GMT