[Computational-biology] [job available] Computational Chemist
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Fri Dec 22 13:45:32 EST 2006
Recruiting Computational Chemists and other computational scientists for a company located in New
In summary, they have a wide variety of needs on their computer science team, from massively
parallel algorithms development to nuts-and-bolts programming. They are interested in seeing
exceptional computer scientists, regardless of specific experience. They are especially interested
in candidates with a background in scientific programming/software development to assist
computational scientists doing chemistry, physics or other simulations.
Here is additional information:
Candidates should have world-class credentials in computational chemistry, biology, or physics, or
in a relevant area of computer science or applied mathematics, and must have unusually strong
research and software engineering skills.
Areas of experience might include the computation of protein-ligand binding free energies, molecular
dynamics and/or Monte Carlo simulations of biomolecular systems, application of statistical
mechanics to biomolecular systems, free energy perturbation methods, and methods for speeding up
evaluation of electrostatic energies -- but specific knowledge of any of these areas is less
critical than exceptional intellectual ability and a demonstrated track record of achievement.
Current areas of interest within the group include the prediction of protein structures and binding
free energies, structure- and ligand-based drug design, de novo ligand design algorithms, and the
development of special-purpose hardware to accelerate computational chemistry simulations.
Both senior- and junior-level members are sought and this company is prepared to offer above-market
compensation to candidates of truly exceptional ability.
Please respond with your CV to resumes At workwondersstaffing.net. Upon receipt, you will receive a
data sheet to complete with additional information.
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