PhD position in modeling porous materials, fall 2018

Our research is focused on application of computational simulations to understand and design novel materials with interesting functionality and applications in sustainable energy and environment. 

We have a position for a PhD student in fall, 2018. The project will be focused on modeling of mesoporous materials, particularly their interaction with liquids and application in heterogeneous catalysis. Previous knowledge of DFT and ab initio molecular dynamics simulations is not a prerequisite, but will be considered advantageous. The student will be expected to work in close collaboration with Professor Daniel Resasco in the same department. 

If you are interested in joining our research group, please contact us at         Wang_cbme@ou.edu by the end of February, 2018.