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twang86
3 months ago
twang86 3 months ago

The Center of Artificial Photosynthesis for Solar Fuels at School of Science, Westlake University is looking for postdocs within the field of computational catalysis focusing on photo-electrocatalytic water splitting, CO2 and N2 reduction as well as high-throughput computations and machine learning aided material design for the synthesis of value-added chemicals in energy society.

Qualifications

The applicants should have obtained (within 5 years since graduation) or are about to obtain a PhD degree in the fields of theoretical or computational chemistry / catalysis / material / physics.

  • Have the ability to work relatively independently and take responsibility for the progress of assigned projects.
  • Proficient in using ab initio simulation codes such as VASP, QE.
  • Knowledge of python or one of another computer languages.
  • Good communication skills in English, both written and oral.
  • Ability of teamwork.
  • Backgrounds with machine learning and photo-electrocatalytic simulations will be extra advantages.

Benefits: In Westlake University, Hangzhou, China, we will provide superior environment and platform for academic researches as well as very competitive salary/benefits. Promotion to a permanent associate researcher or researcher is possible depending on the comprehensive performances.

Website of the group: https://www.westlake.edu.cn/academics/School_of_Science/Chemistry/Our_Faculty/202009/t20200923_7131.shtml

 Contact

Applicants should submit a detailed curriculum vitae; two representative publications; description of major achievements (less than 3 pages) as well as the names and contact information of three professional references to: Dr. Tao Wang at [email protected]




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