Our group is seeking for a motivated and qualified postdoctoral scholar to perform research on the development of accurate electronic structure methods for simulating excited states, efficient theories for spectroscopic properties of strongly correlated systems, new methods for X-ray spectroscopies, as well as efficient approaches for incorporating relativistic and vibronic effects.
Ph.D. in theoretical/computational/quantum chemistry or physics is required. Significant experience in the development of electronic structure methodology and C/C++/Python programming is highly desirable.
The position is for one year, subject to a renewal for the second year based on performance and mutual agreement. Review of applications will begin April 1, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled. Expected start date: May 15, 2020 or later.
Please send CV and at least two recommendation letters to: sokolov.8 [at] osu [dot] edu.
Our group is currently looking for highly enthusiastic and motivated graduate and undergraduate students interested in developing and applying computational methods to study the electronic structure, nonadiabatic dynamics, and non-equilibrium electron transport in complex molecular systems. Prospective graduate students are encouraged to apply to the Ohio State University Ph.D. program in Chemistry or Chemical Physics. Interested undergraduate students are encouraged to contact Dr. Alexander Sokolov about the possibility of performing research in our lab.