A fully-funded PhD position (UK students only) in theoretical and computational chemistry “Development and Application of Theoretical Methods for Photochemistry” is available in the group, starting ideally in October 2018.
This PhD project involves developing a novel method for excited-state dynamics using the concept of traveling basis functions. This method will be used to study the importance of photochemical processes in atmospheric molecules, in collaboration with experimental groups.
Candidates with a solid background in physical chemistry or chemical physics and, more importantly, strong motivation and enthusiasm for scientific research are encouraged to apply. Applications – short cover letter (describing background and motivation) and a complete CV – will be considered upon receipt and the position will remain open until filled.
Informal enquiries should be sent directly to Basile.
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Highly-motivated postdoctoral researchers are more than welcome to join the group by applying for one of the fellowships listed below. Please contact Basile first to discuss possible research projects and include your CV and details about your research interests.
- Leverhulme Fellowships
- Newton International Fellowship
- Ramsay Memorial Fellowship
- Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851
- Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowships
- Early Postdoc.Mobility or Postdoc.Mobility Fellowships (for Swiss Nationals or researchers having obtained their PhD in Switzerland)
Additional information on available Fellowships can be found on the dedicated webpage of the Department of Chemistry at Durham University.