Assistant Scientist in Electron Structures/DMFTJob ID 1143 Date posted 12/07/2017
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The Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) Center for Computational Material Science is a multi-institutional effort (involving BNL, Rutgers University, University of Virginia, University of Tennessee, and Ames Laboratories) to develop and disseminate methodologies (theory, algorithms, and codes) to accurately describe the physical properties of complex strongly correlated materials. It was launched in September 2015 and its aim is to accelerate scientific progress in materials research by enabling theoretical spectroscopy and theoretically guided material design to correlated electron systems.
The Assistant Scientist position will help advance the CDMFTS towards its goals.
- Carrying out independent scientific research, in algorithms and code development of methods to treat strongly correlated electron systems, as well as engage in collaborations with existing members of our team.
- Working on the development of GW combined with vertex corrections, LDA+DMFT and LDA+Gutzwiller.
- PhD in Physics, Materials Science or related field.
- Highly motivated individual with a very strong technical background in one of the following fields: applied mathematics, theoretical chemistry, computer science, theoretical condensed matter physics or materials science.
- Demonstrated ability in code development.
- Ability to travel at least 10%.
- Demonstrated ability to interact and collaborate with other scientists and staff on-site and at the Center.
- Of particular interest are software engineers with some interest or experience in electronic structure, as well as electronic structure scientists with interest or experience in software engineering.
This position is based at BNL but will involve close interactions with other scientists in the center. Applications consisting of a cover letter, curriculum vitae with publication list, a brief (1-2 pages) description of research interests and accomplishments, and three letters of recommendation should be submitted through the BNL website. Review of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please indicate in your cover letter when you are available to begin employment.
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• Medical Plans
• Dental Plans
• Life Insurance
• 401(k) Plan
• Swimming Pool, Weight room Tennis Courts, and many other employee perks and benefits
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