[CP2K-user] postdoc position at Imperial College London

Clotilde Cucinotta clotilde... at gmail.com
Mon Aug 17 08:40:59 UTC 2020

Hi all,
I have a new two years postdoctoral position in my group. 
Please see below for further information and links
Best Regards,
Clotilde Cucinotta

A post-doctoral research associate positions is available at Imperial 
College London, Department of Chemistry, in the group of Dr. Clotilde 
Cucinotta <https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/c.cucinotta> 

Reference: NAT00717
Closing date: 31 August 2020 
Salary Range: £40,215 – £47,579 plus benefits (depending on skills and 
Duration: two years, possibly extensible

Essential requirements: In-depth prior knowledge of DFT, electronic 
structure theory and/or molecular dynamics techniques.
Having experience in using and/or developing CP2K code will be considered 
an advantage.

You will focus on applying and developing novel theoretical and 
computational methodology based on first principles to understand 
fundamental electrocatalytic phenomena at electrified interfaces of 
interest for energy and nanotechnology (e.g. water splitting). You will use 
a combination of state of the art and newly developed techniques, including 
ab-initio molecular dynamics and potential / free energy techniques. You 
will also benchmark and pioneer the non-equilibrium MD methods which are 
being developed within the group and may carry out minor implementation 

The post is funded through a prestigious multidisciplinary EPSRC Fellowship 
to develop and apply new theoretical and computational methodologies for 
the ab-initio simulation of electrochemical materials and processes at the 
nanoscale, under operating conditions.

To apply you will need to complete an online application following the link 


and include a cover letter, a motivation statement (300 words max), a CV 
and the contact details of at least two referees. 
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