PostdocsI am currently looking for a postdoctoral fellow to join a dynamic collaborative research program in organic electronics. See here for the details. This advertisement will be cross-posted to various forums.
In general terms, interested persons with an excellent publication record and a strong background in quantum chemistry, quantum-chemical program development, or inorganic chemistry may contact me at any time − especially if partial or full external funding is available. Candidates qualifying for fellowships from external funding sources such as NSERC are particularly encouraged to contact me directly.
Undergraduate StudentsUndergraduate researchers regularly join my group. Please see here for a detailed description and discussion. Also, please feel free to contact me at any time.
Graduate Students (M.Sc., Ph.D.)I am not currently looking for graduate students. However, students who have completed or are about to complete a B.Sc., M.Sc. or equivalent in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics or related fields are welcome to contact me at any time − especially if partial or full external funding is available. Candidates qualifying for fellowships from external funding sources such as NSERC are particularly encouraged to contact me directly.
Currently, we have the following research projects and programs in my group (see also elsewhere on these webpages or contact me for more details):
If writing to me, then please indicate which project(s) might be of interest to you and why. Moreover, please provide a detailed CV, list of publications (if available), the names and contact details of referees, unofficial transcripts or a list of courses and grades, as well as a statement on your English language ability in case English is not your first language.
Admission into our graduate program is the joined responsibility of the Department of Chemistry and the Faculty of Graduate Studies. Please see the Departmental Webpages for details regarding the graduate program and admission requirements.
Last update: May 15, 2013
Send email to: Georg Schreckenbach