1 Postdoc position Designing aqueous deep eutectic mixtures by data-integrated simulation
Stuttgart Center for Simulation Science (SC SimTech), University of Stuttgart
The goal of this specific project is to contribute to the development of a new generation of human-computer interfaces that pro-actively adapt to users’ future actions by predicting their interaction intentions. Specifically, the project will formulate and study intent prediction in a fully Bayesian framework. This approach will not only enable future interfaces to quantify and adapt to the inherent uncertainty of the intent predictions themselves, but will also leverage this information to improve subsequent predictions of users’ actions.
• Follow best practices in sustainable software development and apply and further develop a scalable workflow environment to perform large-scale simulations on a HPC infrastructure
• Follow the F.A.I.R. data principles and systematically compare thermophysical properties obtained from simulations to published experimental data by using ThermoML
• Use the simulation results for machine learning and for improving the force fields of the compounds in the complex mixtures.
• Design novel deep eutectic solvents and validate the predictions in collaboration with our experimental project partners
• Contribute to the teaching activities of the host group
The position is fully funded (100%) and is available to applicants of any nationality. You will contribute to the leadership of ongoing projects, will have the opportunity to advise undergraduate and graduate students, and contribute to the teaching activities of the group.
If you are highly motivated and capable of addressing and solving scientifically difficult problems and if you are interested in doing research in an internationally oriented and highly successful team, you should send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit your complete application by e-mail with one pdf attachment comprising a cover letter, academic CV, research statement, a full publication list, names and contact addresses of two referees, as well as academic certificates and transcript of records.
If you have any questions regarding this application, please contact Prof. Jürgen Pleiss (Juergen.Pleiss@itb.uni-stuttgart.de).
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We seek strong applicants with a Doctorate in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, Physics, or a closely related field ideally with a specific focus on molecular simulation and experience in machine learning techniques. We value diversity and want to specifically encourage applications from underrepresented groups. Successful candidates should be curiosity-driven, ambitious, creative, and passionate about interdisciplinary research in the area of simulation and data sciences. Strong team working and critical thinking skills, aptitude for independent and creative work, as well as fluent English written and presentation skills are essential.
Deadline December 31st, 2021