Computational Chemist/Scientist (2 year fixed term)

Within the Disordered Materials Group of ISIS Neutron Source

Closing date: 5 July 2020

The ISIS disordered materials group is looking for a computational scientist with proven programming ability to develop tools for the comparison of coarse-grained molecular simulation to neutron scattering. The role is a 2 year fixed term position funded through the Ada Lovelace Centre. The candidate will work with computational and experimental scientists in the group to develop and test methodologies for calculation of small-angle neutron scattering from coarse-grained simulation, testing them against equivalent atomistic simulations and experimental data. The role would be ideally suited to someone who wishes to develop a research career in chemistry or materials science through the development of methods for combining simulation and scattering across multiple lengthscales. 

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