EU PhD Fellowship - method/software development MOFs - SCM, Amsterdam

Dear Colleagues,

please bring this announcement to the attention of suitable candidates:

A Marie Skłodowska-Curie PhD fellowship is available at SCM (Amsterdam) for a theoretical physicist or chemist with a talent for method and software development, to develop and implement multiscale simulation force fields methods tailored for molecular network materials (MOFs).

The EU-funded position offers attractive salary and benefits and SCM and the Theoretical Chemistry group at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam form a stimulating experienced research environment. The project will also involve close collaboration with the well-known Center for Molecular Modeling (CMM) of Ghent University, institution which is intended to award the PhD.

Candidates should hold an MSc degree in Chemistry, Physics or Engineering Physics, and have proven algorithm and software development skills combined with a solid knowledge of computational chemistry methods. Eligibility rules set a maximum of four full-time years research experience after the MSc degree, and candidates cannot be in possession of a PhD degree.

The tentative start date is around June 2015.

Applications are welcomed at jobs@…5463… as soon as possible (deadline March 20th 2015).
For further details on the position and application procedure, see:

With regards,
Sergio López

Dr. S. Lopez-Lopez
Scientific Partner Manager
Scientific Computing & Modelling NV (SCM)
Vrije Universiteit, FEW, Theoretical Chemistry
De Boelelaan 1083
1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 20 598 7625