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Graduate and Undergraduate Research:

Excellent and highly motivated graduate and undergraduate students are invited to join our group. Some topics of research include:

a) Development of methods of computational quantum mechanics.
b) Mesoscopic physics and molecular magnetism.
c) Computational spintronics.
d) Development and applications of genetic algorithms.
e) Computational biophysics.

Students with background in science or engineering can inquire about research projects.

Postdoc in Computational Biophysics:

Postdoctoral positions in computational biophysics are occasionally available. Interested candidates may inquire to the e-mail address given below. Experience and skills in scientific computer programming are required. Experience in the development and/or application of computational methods Such as DFT, QM/MM, molecular docking and/or MD is also helpful. Knowledge of molecular biology and/or biochemistry is needed.

Postdoc in Computational Biochemistry:

Postdoctoral positions in computational chemistry and/or computational biochemistry are occasionally available. Interested candidates may inquire to the e-mail address given below. Some experience in scientific computer programming are expected. Extensive experience in one or more of the following computational methods is required: QM/MM, MetaDynamics and molecular docking. In addition, knowledge of molecular biology and/or biochemistry is expected including understanding of DNA structure/function and protein structure/function. Possible topics of research include DNA-small molecule interactions and mechanisms of DNA repair.

Related Postdoctoral Jobs:
Applicants for the following positions may also be considered:
Postdoctoral Position in Computational Chemistry
Postdoctoral Position in Bionanoscience
Postdoctoral Position in Computational Physics

INQUIRIES:
Computational Biomolecular & Mesoscopic Physics Group
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907

E-mail: bionanophys@purdue.edu