Author Archives: Apostolos Evangelopoulos

Research Fellowship (Software Engineer) for Molecular Simulation

Applications are invited for a Research Fellow/Software Engineer to work with Professor Peter Coveney in the Department of Chemistry at University College London. The successful candidate will join a very active cross-disciplinary group in the Centre for Computational Science. A PhD degree in bio-molecular dynamics modelling for protein-ligand alchemical binding free energy determination is a…

Research Fellowship in Computer Programming for Molecular Simulation

Applications are invited for a Research Fellow in Computer Programming for Molecular Simulation to work with Professor Peter Coveney in the Department of Chemistry at University College London. The successful candidate will join a very active cross-disciplinary group in the Centre for Computational Science. A PhD degree in bio-molecular dynamics modelling for protein-ligand alchemical binding…

PhD studentship in multiscale modelling and simulation of polymer composites at UCL CCS

The UCL Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science is offering a 4-year fully funded studentship in collaboration with Hexcel (http://www.hexcel.com) to a highly motivated candidate to start in September 2019. The student will develop and implement the multiscale modelling methodologies required to investigate polymer nanocomposites with particular focus on epoxy-resins, while…

Recruiting for a Research Fellow in Biomedical Molecular Dynamics for Drug Discovery and Personalised Medicine

Applications are invited for a Research Fellow to work with Professor Peter Coveney in the Department of Chemistry at University College London. The successful candidate will join a very active inter­disciplinary group in the Centre for Computational Science, working on projects in fields ranging from condensed matter physics and chemistry to life sciences and medicine.…

FabSim3 on open development

As of January 16th 2019, the FabSim3 GitHub repository is entirely public, allowing users to download any version of the code and to read and contribute to the various issues raised in the repository. Switching to open development has several major advantages, as the FabSim3 Development Team announced: “We like external users to use FabSim3,…