Open Positions

Doctoral and Postdoctoral Positions

These are the current (fully funded) positions at the D2R2 group at Northeastern University:

  • 1 Postdoctoral Research Associate (Summer/Fall 2024) – Apply here
  • 1 Graduate Research Assistant (Fall 2024) [filled]
  • 1 Graduate Research Assistant (Fall 2023) [filled]
  • 1 Postdoctoral Researcher (Spring 2023) [filled]

Details for the postdoctoral research associate position in our group are described in the flyer below.
If this sounds interesting to you, please apply here and email me your CV.

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Regardless of open positions, feel free to reach out to me to discuss potential future opportunities.

Our research is focused on the discovery of novel materials for renewable energy applications using high-throughput, ab-initio calculations, and data-driven materials property predictions. Further information on our research can be found here.

If your background is in computational materials science (or computational chemistry, solid state physics, or similar field) and you are interested in the research described above, please send me an email with your CV and brief description of your background and research interests.

Graduate Admissions

Information regarding graduate admissions can be found here and some facts about graduate research at College of Engineering can be read here and here.

Undergraduate Projects and Master’s Thesis

Undergraduate students from Northeastern University interested in computational chemistry or materials informatics/machine learning are always welcome to contact me and we can establish undergraduate research projects or Master’s thesis under my supervision.
Funding opportunities available. Minimum time commitment: 10 hours/week for ~6 months.

Co-Ops and Internships

I have strong connections to start-ups in the renewable energy sector and materials informatics and I can help to connect (under)graduates to Co-Op or internship opportunities. Reach out if that sounds interesting to you.

Visiting Researchers and Fellows

Visiting researchers and researchers with a fellowship are always welcome to reach out to me to discuss the opportunity to work on a project together.
International applicants: J1 visa processing typically takes 3-6 months. Further information can be found here.