Post Doctoral and/or Research associate positions in the DUKE Computational Materials Science Group/
Research Areas :
1) phase stability of nano-catalysts
2) alloy theory with high-throughput methods
3) materials for nuclear detection
4) quasicrystalline surface science
see relevant publications
DUKE Curtarolo`s Computational Materials Science Group is seeking for multiple post-doctoral positions in the aforementioned areas. Appointments will be decided in the next few months and the start dates will be within summer-fall 2009. The positions are made initially for one year, and renewable upon mutual consent on a yearly basis based on research quality and productivity of the employee.
Applicants are expected to have strong background in
A) thermodynamic of materials
B) solid state theory
C) computation: skill in UNIX/C/C++ are mandatory since the associates will be contribute to the “aflow” project.
Interested candidates should send now their curriculum vitae, list of
publications (including available preprints), and the list of 2-3 possible references. Please send only PDF documents.