We offer a dynamic and international working environment with research activities within several areas of theoretical and computational solid state physics including (photo-)catalysis, electro-chemistry, and molecular electronics. We have extensive experience with the development and application of electronic structure theory, and our real space code GPAW is under continuous development. Our Linux supercomputer cluster, Niflheim, containing 5000+ cores provides optimal conditions for large-scale computer simulations.
Candidates should have a master degree in physics/chemistry or equivalent. Furthermore, candidates should have a background in theoretical physics or quantum chemistry.