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Two PhD positions are available at Dresden University of Technology (TU Dresden, Germany) at the Chair of Theoretical Chemistry. The positions are initially limited to 3 years and comprise 75% of the full-time weekly hours. The starting date is April 1, 2023.
In your position, you will have a chance to make an impact on the exploration of new planar carbon lattices (PCLs) for next-generation quantum materials, functional precision membranes, optoelectronic and electrochemical devices, by employing advanced theoretical methods. You will be part of the Research Training Group on Planar Carbon Lattices (RTG2861-PCL). As member of the RTG, you will work in a highly collaborative research environment, in particular with our partner university (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg).
- Structural, electronic, and vibronic topology in PCLs
Principal Investigator (Thesis supervisor): Prof. Dr. Thomas Heine (TUD)
Thesis topic: Topological GNRs and patterned graphene with large gap. More detailed information about the project can be found here.
Specific requirements: Experience in theoretical chemistry or theoretical physics (solid state), electronic structure calculations, scientific computing and solid background in mathematics.
- Accurate prediction of satellite features in core-level spectra of PCLs
Principal Investigator (Thesis supervisor): Dr. Dorothea Golze (TUD)
Thesis topic: Development of the GW+C method for core level. More detailed information about the project can be found here.
Specific requirements: We are looking for a motivated candidate, preferentially with theoretical background and strong interest in electronic-structure theory and code development. Basic programming skills are expected. The method will be implemented in the FHI-aims program package and you are also expected to collaborate within the FHI-aims developer’s community.
More information on the position and application guidelines can be found here. The application deadline is February 03, 2023.
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