Research in the Habershon Group
We are a computational chemistry research group in the Department of ChemistryLink opens in a new window at the University of WarwickLink opens in a new window
Our interest lies at the intersection of chemistry, physics and computer science; we're developing new simulation tools which can help us to accurately model chemical dynamics in complex systems containing many-atoms. These simulation approaches are being used to understand chemical reaction dynamics in a wide-range of systems, from hydrogen-bond dynamics in simple anion solvation shells, to reactions taking place on water clusters, to catalytic reactions taking place on surfaces.
We are Hiring!
We currently have two positions available in our group to work on a new Leverhulme Trust funded project that will develop new algorithms for chemical dynamics simulations using "self-writing code" (or program synthesis).
1xPhD position: advert here
1xResearch fellow position: advert here
In addition, I have another PhD position that may be available (in collaboration with Prof. Nick Hine [Warwick physics]) and Dr. Albert Bartok-Partay [Warwick physics/engineering]) through the EPSRC HetSys CDT - details here.