Postgraduate Research Associate / PhD Position (30 hours per week)

     
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University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna - responsibility . We work for the sustainable use and protection of .
The Department of Material Sciences and Process Engineering, Institute of Molecular Modeling and Simulation is currently seeking a

Postgraduate Research Associate PhD position
(Reference code:
15) Extent of employment:
30 Hours per Week Duration of employment:
01 st of May 2019, limited to 30 th of April 2023 Workplace:
Muthgasse 18, 1190 Vienna Gross monthly salary and pay grade in terms of collective agreement .148,40

Responsibilities
Molecular dynamics simulations of diverse protein systems Qualitative and quantitative description of molecular interactions Implementation of novel algorithms to compute binding affinities

Required skills and qualifications
Degree in Biotechnology

Desirable skills and qualifications
Experience with the GROMOS molecular dynamics simulation package Experience in free-energy calculations, enhanced sampling methods Knowledge of artifacts in the calculation of electrostatic corrections Applications can be submitted until: 28 th of February 2019 University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna seeks to increase the number of its female . Therefore qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply. In case of equal qualification, female candidates will be given preference unless reasons specific to an individual . Please send your job application to Personnel department, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, 1190 Vienna, Peter-Jordan-Straße 70; E-Mail:
kerstin.buchmueller boku.ac.at .

(Reference

code:
15)

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