PhD- Physics – Quantum Mechanical Simulations of Time-resolved X-Ray/XUV Spectroscopy – Sweden 2020
The Department of Physics at Stockholm University has around 240 employees, including 90 PhD students. There are 50 professors and senior lecturers, 70 researchers and postdocs, and a technical and administrative staff of 30 persons. There are also around 250 students on the first-cycle and second-cycle study programmes.
PhD student in Quantum Mechanical Simulations of Time-resolved X-Ray/XUV Spectroscopy
One PhD opening in theoretical chemical physics is immediately available at Stockholm University.
The project involves two theoretical groups at the Division of Chemical Physics and information about the research activities can be found at our respective group pages: www.fysik.su.se/tqdspec and www.fysik.su.se/qcmd.
We are looking for self-motivated candidates who are fluent in English and who are enthusiastic about working on theory projects that combine state-of-the-art chemistry, electronic structure calculations, quantum mechanics and physics. Prior training in theoretical chemistry, molecular physics, or quantum optics, and knowledge in computer programming languages is of advantage.
You will work with the development of theoretical simulations of time-resolved X-Ray/XUV spectroscopy within a Marie Skłodowska-Curie training network [SMART-X] (www.smartx-itn.eu), and the position includes secondments in partner institutions within the network (outside Sweden).
For more information, requirements and how to submit an application follow the link: https://www.su.se/english/about-the-university/work-at-su/available-jobs?rmpage=job&rmjob=13200&rmlang=UK
Markus Kowalewski: firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Odelius: email@example.com