Chemical Theory Center
On January 14, Jingyi Chen successfully defended her doctoral dissertation entitled “Molecular Simulation Studies of Aqueous Interfacial Fluids." She will soon start a postdoctoral position at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Congrats, Jingyi!
On January 28, Jie Bao successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled "Developing a Model Chemistry for Multiconfiguration Pair-Density Functional Theory to Study Photochemistry and Molecular Interactions." He will continue his work in the Truhlar group as a postdoctoral researcher. Congrats, Jie!
Ziwei Rocky Wang is a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Neurock group at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science (CEMS). He earned his B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Ohio State University in the summer of 2016. Rocky studies reactions of renewable feedstocks, including converting lignocellulosic feedstocks to liquid fuels and chemically recycling waste plastics to reduce environmental impacts. During his free time, Rocky likes to be outside, regardless of the season. Read his full profile here.
Latest CTC Publication
D. Ray, S. Goswami, J. Duan, J. T. Hupp, C. J. Cramer, and L. Gagliardi
Chem. Mater. (2021)
There are several open positions at OpenEye Scientific, including roles for a MD Specialist, an antibody modeling specialist, a molecular modeling software developer, a free energy calculations specialist, and a group leader for our cheminformatics software development team. More information can be found on the OpenEye Scientific Careers page: https://www.eyesopen.com/careers
King’s College London is seeking a creative researcher who would like to develop research programmes using inventive chemistry across discipline boundaries. They are looking for applicants who use core chemistry to stimulate new directions in chemical biology, biomaterials, epigenetics or catalysis. They welcome applications across Chemistry that are imaginative and interdisciplinary and involve experimental or computational methods. Read more and apply here.
King’s College London Chemistry is seeking a creative researcher with a forward-looking research programme using inventive computational chemistry approaches. They would like to hear from people who can transform chemistry education with ideas for developing a modern computational chemistry curriculum that integrates across the discipline. Read more and apply here.