Bosch Research Engineer- Computational Materials Scientist for Energy Conversion Applications in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Research Engineer- Computational Materials Scientist for Energy Conversion Applications
One Kendall Square, Binney St, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA
Legal Entity: Robert Bosch LLC
Bosch Research is looking for computational physicists, chemists and materials scientists and engineers to join the growing materials design team. Our goal is to enable deeper understanding of thermodynamic, kinetic, and transport phenomena in electrochemical systems on atomic level using both quantum and classical simulations. Strong focus is placed on development and application of computational and data science methods for understanding and automated discovery of next-generation materials, primarily for electrochemistry and energy conversion.
As part of Bosch Corporate Research, we are dedicated to long-term fundamental investigations of transformative energy technologies. Located in Cambridge, close to MIT and Harvard, our materials computation team supports global experimental efforts with fundamental understanding, emphasizing innovation and high technological impact. Using both internal funding and government grants, we collaborate closely with a network of leading computational and experimental teams which includes top universities, national labs and industrial partners. We strongly encourage high-impact publications and patent applications.
Development and application of atomistic methods for understanding thermodynamics, kinetics, and transport
Computational discovery of next-generation materials system for various applications
Application of machine-learning methods to computational materials science
Establishing and directing projects within a global network of research collaborators
PhD in physics, chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science
2+ years experience in quantum chemistry or first-principles computations of materials properties
2+ years experience with electronic structure methods and molecular dynamics
2+ years programming experience in Python
Proven research track record and a strong foundation in thermodynamics, transport phenomena, and electronic structure
Experience with Fortran or C++
Experience with a variety of machine learning methods, computational catalysis, and/or chemical degradation
Submit your full CV, 1-page cover letter, up to 3 publications and list of 3 references to the SmartRecruiters application site.
By choice, we are committed to a diverse workforce - EOE/Protected Veteran/Disabled.
BOSCH is a proud supporter of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics)Initiatives:
FIRST Robotics (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
AWIM (A World In Motion)