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Lemont, IL 60439
Requisition Number: 407053 Location: Lemont, IL
Functional Area: Research and Development Division: CSE\-Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division
Employment Category: Temporary 6 Months or Greater Education Required: Doctorate Degree or equivalent
Level \(Grade\): 700 Shift: 8:30 \- 5:00
electrolyte\-electrodesinteractions, electrolyte degradation, surface reconstruction, new electrodes development, effect of synthesis condition on morphology and density\. The research will be carried out in close collaboration with experimentalist within and outside our group in orderto provide innovative and robust solutions\.This position is open immediately and is based on renewable yearly contract\. Interested candidates should submit a full CV and names/contact of three referees\.
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The Materials Research Group in the Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division of Argonne National Laboratory solicits applicants to fill a postdoctoral position in the area of computational materials science\. The successful candidate will conduct research using atomistic modeling to understand chemical processes in energy storage devices, such as,electrolyte\-electrodesinteractions, electrolyte degradation, surface reconstruction, new electrodes development, effect of synthesis condition on morphology and density\. The research will be carried out in close collaboration with experimentalist within and outside our group in orderto provide innovative and robust solutions\.This position is open immediately and is based on renewable yearly contract\. Interested candidates should submit a full CV and names/contact of three referees\.
This position requires a Ph\.D\. in a theoretical discipline, such as condensed\-matter physics, materials science or a related engineering field is required\. To be eligible, candidates must have completed their Ph\.D\. within the last 3 years\.
Additionally, the candidate should demonstrate experience working in High Performance Computer \(HPC\) clusters and supercomputers\. Familiarity with UNIX/Linux operating systems and code development \(e\.g\. Python\)\. Experience in carrying out large scale first principles atomistic simulations of molecules and solids using electronic structure based codes \(VASP, CP2K, Quantum Espresso, Gaussian09\), and machine learningtechniques\. Knowledgeof the physical and chemical principles underlying materials properties, phase equilibria, thermodynamics, crystal structure\. Knowledge and understanding to provide novel solutions to electrochemical issues from diverse areas of materials research, oxides, composites, and electrochemical interfaces\. Demonstrated experience in performing simulations studies that inform and collaborate with experimental projects\. Ability to work in a collaborative team environment and leadership skills\.
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