Open call for female applicants (both PhD and PostDoc levels).
If you are interested please contact Ulrike Diebold at email@example.com
P04 is searching for a Ph.D. student to study the reactivity of complex oxide thin films at the atomic scale using scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopic techniques. The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree in Physics or Chemistry and should contact Gareth Parkinson directly.
Please contact Gareth Parkinson at firstname.lastname@example.org
A PhD position is available in P09. The project will involve the development of methods for the unbiased exploration of potential energy landscapes. It will be based on machine learning and density functional theory and be aimed at diffusion at interfaces.
If you are interested please contact Georg Madsen at email@example.com
A PhD position is available in P12. The project focuses on machine learning based simulations of processes occurring at the water/oxide interface. Candidates should have experience with atomistic simulations and a good knowledge of statistical physics.
If you are interested please contact Christoph Dellago at firstname.lastname@example.org