Postdoc Opening in Computational Chemistry at the University of Vermont (UVM)
The research group of Professor Jianing Li in the Department of Chemistry at UVM is looking for a postdoctoral researcher with a Ph.D. degree in Computational Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biophysics, or related fields, and a strong background in modeling biological or organic material systems with programming experience in Fortran/C/Python/Perl.
Expertise in forcefields and energy models will be a plus. She or he will be working on research projects to develop multiscale methodology, in collaborations with scientists in the Department of Chemistry, the Materials Science Program, and the Vermont Advanced Computing Core (VACC). Qualified applicants should send a CV with a publication list as well as the names and contact information of three references to jianing.li at uvm dot edu. Applications will be considered until the position is filled. More information about the Li group and the Department of Chemistry can be found at www.uvm.edu/~jli27 and www.uvm.edu/~chem/.
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