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Informal enquiries: ross.denton@nottingham.ac.uk

 

Summer Students

We normally accept 2-3 summer students funded for approximately 8 weeks. Contact Ross by e-mail if you are interested please send a CV which includes University module/exam results.

PhD Studentships

Fully funded PhD position available starting October 2020. Collaboration with Prof. Jonathan Hirst and GSK. Applications of QM and AI for reaction prediction.

Email Jonathan Hirst or Ross for informal enquiries.

Funded PhD studentships are usually available in the Group each year. Informal enquiries can be made to Ross but applications must then be made to The School of Chemistry. Click here. For international students please note the entry qualitifactions listed here.

Post Doctoral Research Fellows

Fully funded 2.5 year PDRA in collaboration with GlaxoSmithKline and Strathclyde (EPSRC prosperity partnership) is available in the group. Exciting opportunity to work on cutting-edge organocatalysis and flow-mode chemistry. Email Ross for informal enquiries. Full applications here.

Accelerated Discovery and Development of New Medicines. Prosperity Partnership for a Healthier Nation – GlaxoSmithKline, University of Strathclyde – with University of Nottingham

The partnership will utilise Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning to revolutionise the processes for developing new medicines, from fundamental chemistry upwards, rapidly reducing the time taken to get new medicines from the lab bench to the clinic.

The software developed will incorporate green chemistry principles with the goal that the chemical methods employed are as efficient and sustainable as possible.

 

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