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Date: Tue Dec 3 09:11:05 2019
Subject: 19.12.03 Post-Doctoral Positions Quantum Chemistry/Machine Learning at EPFL (Lausanne)
Two doctoral/postdoctoral positions are available in the Laboratory for Computational Molecular 
Design (http://lcmd.epfl.ch) at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, under the supervision of 
Prof. Clemence Corminboeuf. The positions are available immediately.

We are looking for outstanding candidates with a PhD degree associated with 
electronic structure methods, molecular crystal structure prediction and/or 
development and chemical applications of machine learning techniques. 
Candidates are expected to show excellent work ethics and work well in teams.

The prospective candidates are expected to integrate the research effort at LCMD. 
LCMDs research themes in quantum chemistry includes methodological developments 
accelerated with machine learning techniques, along with conceptual work relevant to the field
of catalysis and molecular materials.
The interested candidate should send their curriculum vitae, publication lists 
and arrange confidential letters of recommendation to be sent to Clemence Corminboeuf 
by email (clemence.corminboeuf,+,epfl.ch).

Prof. Clemence Corminboeuf
Laboratory for Computational Molecular Design
EPFL ISIC LCMD  BCH (5312)
CH -1015 Lausanne
Clemence.corminboeuf,+,epfl.ch
http://lcmd.epfl.ch
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