Thursday, November 6, 2014

Ivory Filter Flask: 11/4/14 edition

Good morning! A few of the academically-related positions posted at C&EN Jobs this week: 

Columbus, OH: This Data Analytics position at the Ohio State University's quite striking:
The College of Arts and Sciences at The Ohio State University seeks applications to fill a tenure-track faculty position in Data Analytics at the Assistant Professor level within the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.  
The successful applicant will develop and apply novel computational methods to guide discovery of new functional materials or molecules, and/or understand the properties of complex systems. The search will consider outstanding candidates in all areas of computational chemistry, but the greatest need exists in either (i) electronic structure theory and dynamics, or (ii) computational structural biology.  
Ideal candidates in area (i) would address fundamental questions to enable rational design of new materials, with possible applications in energy harvesting and storage, novel electronic devices, catalysis, or sensing. Ideal candidates in area (ii) would complement and extend existing and emerging experimental methods in biomolecular structure and function, with possible applications in de novo structure prediction, molecular design, or macromolecule-ligand interactions. 
I don't understand why this isn't called "computational chemistry", but the word "data" seems hawt right now.

Shanghai, China: NYU Shanghai is looking for 2 assistant professors of chemistry, one in computational chemistry, the other in experimental chemistry (all areas.) Does NYU Shanghai have research laboratory facilities?

Boston, MA: UMass - Boston is looking for an assistant professor of chemistry.

Louisville, KY: The University of Louisville is hiring an assistant professor of inorganic chemistry, with an eye towards materials and electrolytes.

Orlando, FL: The University of Central Florida is looking for an assistant professor of environmental chemistry. 

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