|CCL 20.02.26 Postdoc positions in quantum chemistry/condensed matter physics/machine learning.|
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Date: Wed Feb 26 04:26:51 2020
Subject: 20.02.26 Postdoc positions in quantum chemistry/condensed matter physics/machine learning.
Postdoc positions in quantum chemistry/condensed matter physics/machine learning. We are seeking candidates with strong interest and expertise in quantum method development in relation to a project involving a combination of quantum chemistry, condensed matter physics and machine learning. The positions will involve working in a small and focused team consisting of 2 other post docs and professors Nicola Lanata (condensed matter physics, Aarhus University) and Ove Christiansen (Theoretical Chemistry, Aarhus University). This team is embedded in the bigger Lanata and Christiansen group at respectively the physics and chemistry departments at Aarhus University. The ideal candidate has a Ph.D. degree in theoretical Physics or Chemistry, or related discipline. Important background includes expert programming skills and analytical abilities. Collaborative skills are necessary as well as a high level of independence. Other key-words of notice are embedding theories, machine learning/regression, dynamic mean field theory or related methods, QM/MM, metalloproteins, second quantization, C++/Python. The project team will develop, test, and apply new methods to treat strong electron correlation in isolated molecules and condensed phase systems. Qualified applicants should email an expression of interest, including CV, list of publication, a letter of motivation, and reference names (all in one pdf file) to Nicola Lanata (lanata::phys.au.dk) and Ove Christiansen (ove::chem.au.dk). We will consider applications as they appear until the position is filled. Work and life in Aarhus. All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of their personal background. It is a priority that the successful candidate has a personality supporting positive team work. Working in Denmark offers opportunities for a good work-life balance. English is widely spoken, though Danish is the main language of campus. English is the working language. Aarhus is Denmarks second largest city, and forms the center of the western parts of the country on the Jutland peninsula. Recently, Aarhus has attracted international attention as a travel destination due to its unique combination of a thriving food-scene, high-quality museums, a surrounding beautiful nature, a very lively city due to the young population, many cultural events including music festivals etc. See e.g. the recent recommendation by CNN (https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/aarhus-denmark-things-to-do/index.html). Aarhus is easily reached through local international airports in Jutland within 1 hour of Aarhus, or through either Copenhagen or Hamburg Airports, both situated about a 3-hour train-journey from Aarhus. Aarhus University is consistently ranked as a top-100 university in the World and it houses both an engineering and a medical school, as well as the traditional sciences, social sciences, environmental and agricultural sciences and arts.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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