PI: Prof. Rui-Qin Zhang (CSRC)
Description:
Our research focuses include: (1) analytical solutions of Schrödinger equations of multi-electron systems; (2) numerical solutions of Schrödinger equations of multi-electron systems; (3) atoms and molecules in extreme conditions; (4) electronic band structure engineering of low-dimensional systems; and (5) excited-state dynamics of functional molecules and low-dimensional systems.
Number of Positions: 2~3 postdoctoral positions are available.

Requirement: The candidate should have research experience in relevant fields within 5 years of PhD degree with good analytical, numerical and/or computational skills. Applications, including detailed curriculum vitae, list of publications, a brief statement of research plans, and at least two letters of recommendation, should be sent directly to rqzhang@csrc.ac.cn


PI: Prof. Gang Lu (CSRC)

Description:The postdocs will be involved in first-principles computational research on electronic dynamics and optoelectronic properties in 2D materials, perovskites and organic photovoltaics. The candidates will benefit from multidisciplinary environment that the Division provides and have opportunities to collaborate with experimentalists in China and the US. The candidates are also expected to visit California State University Northridge for research collaborations. We are looking for candidates with a strong background in first-principles excited states simulations with TDDFT and/or NAMD methods. Recent publications of the group can be found at http://www.csun.edu/nsfprem/publications-dr-lu. Interested applicant should submit a CV to Prof. Gang Lu via e-mail ganglu@csrc.ac.cn.


PI: Prof. ChiYung Yam (CSRC)
Description: Our research focuses on computational methodology development to investigate nanoscale devices. The current research projects include: (1) investigation of plasmonic effects on nanoscale photovoltaic devices; (2) methodology development for investigation of rechargeable batteries and fuel cells; (3) multiscale modeling of plasmonic-induced chemical reactions; (4) quantum dynamical simulations of photo-induced charge transfer.


Position 1: Joint position at Beijing Computational Science Research Center and University of Colorado Denver
This position will involve development of computational methods for studying energy and charge transfer in nanoscale systems. We are looking for outstanding candidates to fill postdoctoral positions within the field of computational chemistry/physics. Candidates should possess a doctoral degree in physics, chemistry, materials science or related areas, with a strong background in atomistic simulation and computational science knowledges. Extensive experience on programming, efficient numerical algorithms and electronic structure calculations is preferred. Those appointed will be co-supervised by Prof. ChiYung Yam at Beijing Computational Science Research Center and Prof. Haobin Wang at University of Colorado Denver. Successful candidates will spend the first year in Beijing and the second year in Denver, with a possible renewal for the third-year subject to mutual agreement. Applications with CV, copies of university degrees, list of publications and two letters of recommendation should be sent directly to Prof. ChiYung Yam (
yamcy@csrc.ac.cn).


Position 2: Joint position at Beijing Computational Science Research Center and California State University Northridge
This position will involve the development and application of multi-scale method to study electrochemical systems: batteries and/or fuel cells. We are looking for outstanding candidates to fill postdoctoral positions within the field of computational chemistry/physics. Candidates should possess a doctoral degree in physics, chemistry, materials science or related areas, with a strong background in atomistic simulation and computational science knowledges. Extensive experience on programming, efficient numerical algorithms and electronic structure calculations is preferred. Those appointed will be co-supervised by Prof. ChiYung Yam at Beijing Computational Science Research Center and Prof. Kah Chun Lau at California State University Northridge. Successful candidates will spend the first year in Beijing and the second year in Los Angeles, with a possible renewal for the third-year subject to mutual agreement. Applications with CV, copies of university degrees, list of publications and two letters of recommendation should be sent directly to Prof. ChiYung Yam (
yamcy@csrc.ac.cn).



PI: Prof. Mingyang Chen (CSRC)

Description:  In this project, the candidate will work on the development and applications of global geometry optimization methods for inorganic molecules, nanoclusters, low-dimensional materials, crystals and complex systems, including genetic algorithm, metadynamics and hill-climbing algorithms.

Number of positions:  1 postdoctoral position

Requirements:  The candidate should (1) have a Ph.D in chemical physics, physical chemistry or computational chemistry, (2) have a strong programming skill, (3) be proficient in speaking and writing English, (4) be hard-working and professional, and (5) be familiar with GTO and planewave DFT softwares. Applications, including detailed curriculum vitae, list of publications, a brief statement of research plans, and at least two letters of recommendation, should be sent directly to mychen@csrc.ac.cn



 

 




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