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Roger Guimerà <[log in para visualizar]>
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Roger Guimerà <[log in para visualizar]>
Mon, 11 Jan 2021 11:37:32 +0100
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Oferta de plaza de posible interés para algunos miembros de la lista.

Buen año,


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Subject: 	FW: Opening for Assistant Professorship in Digital Chemistry 
at ETH Zurich
Date: 	Thu, 17 Dec 2020 13:20:02 +0000
From: 	Pérez-Ramirez Javier <[log in para visualizar]>
To: 	[log in para visualizar] <[log in para visualizar]>
CC: 	Guillén Gosalbez Gonzalo <[log in para visualizar]>, 
Pérez-Ramirez Javier <[log in para visualizar]>

Benvolgut Roger,

We are pleased to let you know that we have just advertised a new 
opening for an Assistant Professorship in Digital Chemistry at ETH 
Zurich. This is an area that we are looking to strengthen both in the 
Institute for Chemical and Bioengineering, where the position will be 
based at ETH Zurich, and across Switzerland. 

The position is supported by the recently established National Center of 
Competence in Research, NCCR Catalysis, an initiative funded mainly by 
the Swiss National Science Foundation. The program aims to develop new 
catalytic processes that enable the production of societally-relevant 
compounds like fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and functional materials 
from abundant and renewable small-molecule feedstocks (e.g., carbon 
dioxide, methane, water, or nitrogen).

To achieve the required fundamental understanding of relevant phenomena 
at length and time scales spanning ten orders of magnitude – from the 
atom to the full‐scale process – NCCR Catalysis combines 
multidisciplinary and cross-dimensional modes, connecting research from 
chemistry, biotechnology, chemical and process engineering, and computer 
science. The adoption of digital methods sets the foundations for 
accelerating chemical discovery and the translation into competitive 
plant‐ready technologies with tangible benefits to people and the 

We are targeting talented candidates anywhere from recent Ph.D. 
graduates to upper thirties. The deadline for submission is 28 February 

We would really appreciate it if you could activate your network to 
announce this unique opportunity as broadly as possible. We are happy to 
receive recommendations of potential candidates to reach out to.

With best wishes from Zurich,

Javier and Gonzalo

Javier Pérez-Ramírez, Director of NCCR Catalysis 

Gonzalo Guillén Gosálbez, Head of the Institute for Chemical and