The lab is committed to promoting a "work-life balance" for all lab members, and strives to create an inclusive, supportive, and mutually respectful environment.
One postdoc position is available. The ideal candidate should have strong background in biomolecular simulations and statistical physics.
Graduate student positions:
We're looking for PhD students who are interested in computational and theoretical studies of biomolecular systems. The ideal candidate is expected to have one or more of the following backgrounds: statistical physics, physical chemistry, molecular biology, mathematical modeling, and computer science. Scientific computation experience or programming skills are a plus.
Research assistant positions:
One RA position is available, the ideal candidate is expected to have experiences of molecular dynamics simulations or machine learning, with a BSc degree in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Computer Science.
Please email your CV, transcripts, and a brief description of your research interests to Xiangze if you're interested in the above positions.
Undergraduate research assistant positions:
Undergraduate students with strong interests of studying biological systems using computer simulations and theoretical approaches are welcomed to join our lab. Please contact Xiangze if you're interested in this position.