We are a computational chemistry group working towards a better understanding of the structures and functions of biomolecules.
Our group meetings this semester (fall 2016) are Wednesday 4:30pm in Pearson-304. Please feel free to stop by!
For Tufts undergraduate students (freshmen or sophomores) who are interested in the Lin group, please schedule a meeting with Prof. Lin by emailing her at email@example.com along with your curriculum vitae. Students should have a strong interest or background in math, computer science, chemistry and biochemistry.
For Tufts graduate students who are interested in the Lin group, please schedule a meeting with Prof. Lin by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org
For scholars who are interested in joining the Lin group as a postdoctoral research associate, please submit your curriculum vitae, reprints of up to three selected publications, and a cover letter summarizing your experience, research interests, long-term career goals, and estimated start date directly to Prof. Lin at email@example.com
Appropriate candidates will have a recent Ph. D. in chemistry, physics, chemical engineering or biophysics. Extensive experience in molecular dynamics simulations, proficiency with at least one programming language and experience in Linux-based, high-performance computing environments are essential. Experience in writing or modifying parallel computational scientific software is highly advantageous. Knowledge of FORTRAN, Python, and/or C++ is preferred. The candidate should have a strong interest in biological problems and ability to interact with experimentalists and theorists in a team environment.
For scholars who have a strong interest in teaching, please also consider applying to the TEACRS program.