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The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science has a vacancy for a PhD student in the section CASA - the Center for Analysis, Scientific Computing, and Applications.
CASA, the Center for Analysis, Scientific Computing, and Applications is one of three sections of the Division of Mathematics, in addition to the sections Discrete Mathematics and Stochastics. The major research objective of CASA is to develop new and improve existing mathematical methods (both analytical and numerical) for a wide range of application areas. There are three subgroups: the Applied Analysis group mainly focuses on qualitative properties of solutions of partial differential equations; the Scientific Computing group concentrates on development and analysis of numerical methods; and the Mathematical Image Analysis group focuses on design and implementation of algorithms for the analysis and manipulation of images.
The CASA section currently has eight full professors (three full-time and five part-time), twelve associate/assistant professors, thirty PhD students and postdocs, and three lecturers.
A PhD position (fully funded for four years) is available within the "Multiscale Simulation of Charge and Energy Transport" group in the Center for Analysis, Scientific Computing, and Applications (CASA) at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of TU Eindhoven. The group led by Björn Baumeier focuses on multiscale materials modeling to study electronic excitations in complex nanostructured molecular systems.
The PhD project is part of a joint project with the group of prof. dr. Reinder Coehoorn from the Department of Applied Physics and is tightly embedded in the activities of the Institute for Complex Molecular Systems (ICMS). The ICMS brings together mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry and engineering to stimulate education and research in how matter - both natural and artificial - self-organizes into functional molecular systems.
The scope of the project will be to develop and apply our simulation tools combining first-principles electronic structure theory with molecular mechanics and rate-based methods to study electronic excitations and their dynamics in molecular materials for next-generation Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs). Particular focus will be directed to the advancement of quantum-classical setups incorporating Many-Body Green's Functions Theory (GW-BSE) to predict the energetics and dynamical processes of charged and neutral excitations in bulk systems, at surfaces, and interfaces between functional molecular layers.
We are looking for a candidate with
Please send us your application before June 1, 2017
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