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The Theoretical and Computational Scientist will report to Garnet Chan. This is a term assignment lasting 12 months from the date of hire, with possibility for renewal. Additional or extended funding may result in extension of the original length of the assignment. The Theoretical and Computational Scientist will technically contribute to scientific research on electronic structure theory, and will contribute to the code development of the PySCF software package.
– Work on projects associated with molecular and condensed phase quantum chemistry.
– Develop new software and maintain existing software associated with the group, including but not limited to the PySCF package.
– Help organize internal group seminars and provide coding assistance to the group members.
– Perform other duties as assigned.
– PhD in Chemistry or Physics.
– 3 or more years of programming experience (C++, Fortran, Python).
– Basic knowledge of quantum chemistry.
– Unix or Linux experience.
– Good communication with collaborators.
– Advanced knowledge of quantum chemistry and condensed matter electronic structure.
– 5 or more years of programming experience (C++, Fortran, Python) developing large-scale quantum chemistry packages.
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