Applicants must hold a PhD in quantum chemistry or computational solid-state physics, preferably involving periodic band structure calculations.
-A strong ability to work independently is appreciated, as well as the ability to view the computational work in a wider context, relating it to experimental results.
-Experience in installing and tuning software for efficiency on high performance computing resources would be an advantage.
-A good working knowledge of the English language is necessary.
Scholarship Provider: KOSK II programme of the Norwegian research council
Application Deadline: July 20, 2011