A two year Research Associate post in theoretical and computational 
chemistry is available in the Chemistry Department, King's College 
London. The successful applicant will join Edina Rosta's group using 
QM/MM simulations to study the reaction mechanism of phosphate 
hydrolysis and transfer in enzymes. The specific project is focused on 
QM/MM modelling, including advanced sampling methods, but will also 
involve systems level studies.

Applicants must be highly motivated scientists, with a Ph.D. in 
theoretical and computational chemistry or biological physics. 
Candidates with a physics background are particularly encouraged to 
apply. Ideal candidates would have prior experience with Linux/Unix and 
computational data analysis, and would have worked in at least one of 
the areas of (i) molecular dynamics, (ii) quantum chemistry, (iii) 
theoretical/computational modeling of molecular systems.

Interviews are scheduled to be held the week commencing 10 May. 
Application link:

Edina Rosta, PhD
Department of Chemistry, King's College London Britannia House, Rm 113
7 Trinity Street, London SE1 1DB
Tel. +44(0)207 848 7334

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