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NOTE: There are some international guest houses and many international researchers in Tsukuba, So, daily life of foreign researchers will be easily settled. Also, the IFCS group has many projects and guests as well as high activities. So, it is possible for you to build up your skill and career.


(1) NIMS Post-doc Researcher (Fixed Term)

# Number of People: 3
# Job Summary:
Under the projects on high-performance computing, battery and catalysis, the successful candidates will address computational studies on the mechanisms and the design of interfacial chemical reactions in batteries and catalysts. If necessary, the methodology developments will be also conducted. Possible detailed topics are dendrite formation, superconcentrated electrolyte, SEI film, electrochemical window, interfacial redox reactions, battery cathodes and anodes, etc.
# Qualification
1. Receiving a PhD in physics, chemistry or materials science.
2. Experience of DFT first-principles or ab-initio calculations.
3. Knowledge of Fortran 90 for possible improvement of the codes.
4. Willing to intensively contribute to the group activity as well as discussion with the collaborators.
5. Excellent English writing and communication skill.
# Arrival Time: Anytime after 1 April 2018 (negotiable)
# Term: Until 31 March 2019 for the first round (renewable depending on the performance)
# Work Hours: Discretionary labor system
# Salary: According to the NIMS regulation. About JPY 4.0 – 4.5 million of basic annual salary.
# Work Place:
Namiki site, National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
# How to Apply:
Send the application documents by email to Dr. Y. Tateyama (See below).
1. CV with a photo
2. List of research achievements (ex. original papers, conference proceedings, invited talks, awards, patents, prizes, etc.)
3. Brief summary of your research accomplishments up to 2 pages
4. PDF files of two main papers
5. Names and e-mail addresses of two referees.
(Your personal information will be protected by NIMS privacy policy. Application documents will not be returned.)
# Deadline: Until the positions are occupied by appropriate persons.
# How to Judge: After document screening, candidates will be contacted for interview.
# Contact:
Dr. Yoshitaka Tateyama
Group Leader, Interface Computational Science Group, NIMS
E-mail: TATEYAMA.Yoshitaka=nims.go.jp (Please change "=" to "@“)



(2) NIMS Post-doc Researcher (Fixed Term) : MOP-MI Laboratory

# Number of People: 1
# Job Summary:
Polymer Science
# Qualification
1. Receiving a PhD in physics, chemistry or materials science.
2. Experience of DFT first-principles or ab-initio calculations.
3. Knowledge of Fortran 90 for possible improvement of the codes.
4. Willing to intensively contribute to the group activity as well as discussion with the collaborators.
5. Excellent English writing and communication skill.
# Arrival Time: Anytime after 1 April 2018 (negotiable)
# Term: Until 31 March 2019 for the first round (renewable depending on the performance)
# Work Hours: Discretionary labor system
# Salary: According to the NIMS regulation. About JPY 4.0 – 4.5 million of basic annual salary.
# Work Place:
Namiki site, National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
# How to Apply:
Send the application documents by email to Dr. Y. Tateyama (See below).
1. CV with a photo
2. List of research achievements (ex. original papers, conference proceedings, invited talks, awards, patents, prizes, etc.)
3. Brief summary of your research accomplishments up to 2 pages
4. PDF files of two main papers
5. Names and e-mail addresses of two referees.
(Your personal information will be protected by NIMS privacy policy. Application documents will not be returned.)
# Deadline: Until the positions are occupied by appropriate persons.
# How to Judge: After document screening, candidates will be contacted for interview.
# Contact:
Dr. Yoshitaka Tateyama
Laboratory Director, MOP-MI Laboratory, NIMS
E-mail: TATEYAMA.Yoshitaka=nims.go.jp (Please change "=" to "@“)