|CCL 22.05.31 3 PDFs Computational Chemistry/Materials Science University of Ottawa, Canada|
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Date: Tue May 31 10:02:21 2022
Subject: 22.05.31 3 PDFs Computational Chemistry/Materials Science University of Ottawa, Canada
Applications are invited for 3 post-doctoral research positions at the Department of Chemistry, University of Ottawa, in Canadas beautiful national capital. The positions are available immediately for an initial one-year contract that are renewable upon mutual agreement to work on a 3-year industry sponsored project. The project is an exciting collaborative and multi-disciplinary project to develop new materials for CO2 capture, involving process engineers, machine learning specialists, computational chemists/materials scientists, and synthetic chemists from the sponsor. There are also opportunities to intern with the sponsor. Publications resulting from the project are a priority. Candidates with a proven track-record in one or more of the following areas are being sought after: computational materials science, high-throughput screening, electronic structure theory development, molecular simulation (MD/MC), and machine learning. Although candidates with different skills sets are being sought after for different aspects of the project, scientific programming skills are required for all open positions. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in computational chemistry, computational materials science/engineering or computational physics. Those interested should send a detailed CV, with a publication list (that includes a full authorship list and titles) to twoo^^uottawa.ca. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. Additionally, if you have any questions feel free to contact Professor Woo by email (twoo^^uottawa.ca).
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