PhD position in computational chemistry within a Marie Curie European project
We are looking for a PhD student to work in a Marie Curie training network in the field of organic electronics. The project aims at the design and characterization of new supramolecular functional nanoscale architectures and brings together 9 european groups with complementary expertise. The role of Mons in the network will be to model these architectures using a combination of classical force field approaches and quantum-chemical techniques. The candidate should have a good background in theoretical chemistry and physical chemistry in general (skills with computer programs and languages are desirable) and should be ready to interact with the other partners from the consortium.
Applicants should send an e-mail with CV and 2 letters of recommendation to David Beljonne: David@averell.umh.ac.be