A posteriori error estimates for Density Functional Theory

Since:

05-03-2023 17:07

Until:

30-06-2023 16:07

Projects & Research, D-MATH, PhD -en

The chair of Numerical Mathematics for High-Performance Computing at the Institute for Applied Mathematics and Numerical Simulation searches for a Ph.D. candidate (or postdoc) to run a project on the a posteriori error estimation of nonlinear eigenvalue problems arising in Density-Functional Theory (DFT) of electronic structure calculation. The developed methods and estimators will be implemented and tested in the open-source DFTK software package, written in Julia. Your profile • Excellent Msc (or PhD) degree in applied mathematics. • Specialization in applied mathematics and numerical analysis. • Strong interests in application to electronic structure calculation. • Interest and skills in the implementation of numerical methods. What we offer • TV-L 13 75% position for at least 3 years (TV-L 13 100% position for post-doc applications). • An international and interdisciplinary research environment. Please find more information here: https://careers.uni-stuttgart.de/job/Stuttgart-PhD-or-PostDoc-position-A-posteriori-error-estimates-for-Density-Functional-Theory/935519155/ Got interested? Please submit a CV, motivation letter, transcript, and up to 3 email contacts for recommendation through the official process of Stuttgart University, available via this link: https://careers.uni-stuttgart.de/job/Stuttgart-PhD-or-PostDoc-position-A-posteriori-error-estimates-for-Density-Functional-Theory/935519155/

Contact:

Any Questions? Contact us: > benjamin.stamm@ians.uni-stuttgart.de > gaspard.kemlin@ians.uni-stuttgart.de

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