Triet’s second paper: “Non-adiabatic Dynamics for Electrons at Second-Order: Real-time TDDFT and OSCF2” will appear in JCTC. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jctc.5b00262
Position requires proficiency in one of the standard computer programming languages used in science: C, C++, Fortran or Python, and a completed thesis on a topic relevant to quantum chemistry.
Student will have their choice of a broad range of topics in functional development, electronic or molecular dynamics, and correlation theory.
Interested parties should send their CV’s and best paper to firstname.lastname@example.org.