Dynamical coarse-graining of non-equilibrium states / Speck / Germany
PhD position for a computational project within the Collaborative Research Center TRR 146 “Multiscale Simulations Methods for Soft Matter” ( trr146.de).
The project is on the stochastic thermodynamics of molecular motors and their systematic coarse-graining from atomistic (steered) molecular dynamics simulations. Students interested in the project should have a master’s degree in Physics (or a related discipline), and a working knowledge of statistical mechanics. Also required is some experience with large-scale molecular dynamics simulations (e.g., in form of a master’s thesis). Applications including a statement of interest and CV should be sent to Prof. Dr. Thomas Speck, Institute of Physics Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz: firstname.lastname@example.org
The TRR offers a stimulating interdisciplinary environment and opportunities to collaborate on related topics. Through its integrated research training group (IRTG), the TRR 146 provides a joint structured graduate education in Computational Materials Science. I would be most grateful if you could pass on this information to any suitable candidates.
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