PhD: Multi-center decomposition of molecular densities


17-03-2023 18:50


29-06-2023 22:00

Projects & Research, D-MATH, PhD -en

Within an international collaboration with the Matherials-team at CERMICS/Ecole des Ponts (France), the chair of Numerical Mathematics for High-Performance Computing at the University of Stuttgart is looking for a Ph.D. candidate or post-doc reasearch associate to run a project on a cutting-edge and interdisciplinary topic on efficient numerical methods with applications in computational chemistry. The objective is to develop scalable localization schemes for molecular charge densities decomposition schemes based on the Hirshfeld/Iterative Stockholder Atom (ISA) framework. Starting date is as soon as possible but up to negotiations. Your profile: Excellent MSc degree in applied mathematics, computational chemistry, computational engineering science, simulation technology, or related (PhD for post-doc applications). Strong interests in computational mathematics, simulation science, and/or computational chemistry Excellent foundations in applied mathematics 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 Dynamic research group with interests from theory to applications Got interested? If you're interested, please submit a CV, motivation letter, transcript, and up to 3 email contacts for recommendation through the official submission process that can be found here:


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