A postdoctoral fellowship in condensed matter theory is available in the group of Professor Puru Jena at Virginia Commonwealth University. Current interests include clusters and cluster materials, surfaces and interfaces, hydrogen storage, fuel cells, Li-ion batteries, and solar cells. Candidates with a Ph. D. degree in Physics or related areas and with expertise in computational studies using first-principles methods should apply with curriculum vitae and three letters of reference to Prof. P. Jena by email (email@example.com). Preference will be given to those with experience on modeling batteries. Women, minorities, and persons with disability are encouraged to apply. Virginia Commonwealth University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
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