PhD Candidate Quantum Chemistry for Batteries (f/m/d)
THE FUTURE IS WHAT WE CREATE WHEN WE TAKE OUR VISIONS TO THE LIMITS.
PHD AT THE BMW GROUP.
Bridging the gap between your doctoral studies and the kind of career challenge you’re looking for isn’t always easy. That’s why our ProMotion PhD programme gives you the opportunity to apply your passion and scientific expertise to very real challenges that could shape the future of mobility. If selected, you’ll have the chance to really develop your own future career path with us through your practice-related thesis, promote your chosen specialty from within – and position yourself to secure the career you’ve always wanted.
We, the BMW Group, offer you an interesting and varied Ph.D. program in the area of Quantum Chemistry for Batteries.
To ensure that battery cells operate efficiently over time, it is necessary to have a better understanding of battery chemistry and its connection to mechanical and electrical properties. Simulating cell chemistry at various levels, from atomistic to bulk material, can provide numerical insights into the chemical processes taking place in cells. The quantum computational chemistry team focuses on developing and applying quantum computing and quantum chemistry methods for molecules, materials, and chemical processes. We offer you an interesting position in quantum computing and quantum Chemistry.
What awaits you?
You will work as a PhD student in quantum computing and quantum chemistry, focusing on modelling materials deformation process.
You will develop and apply advanced algorithms in quantum chemistry and quantum computing to model the electro-chemical and thermodynamical properties of battery materials.
Collaborative work with academic partners and institutions.
Active participation in discussions with our quantum computing and battery simulation experts.
What should you bring along?
Master’s degree in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or related subjects.
Knowledge of quantum computing, quantum chemistry and related topics.
Strong programming skills.
Experience with quantum computing projects.
Knowledge of electro-chemistry and material science is a plus.
You are enthused by new technologies and an innovative environment? Apply now!
At the BMW Group, we see diversity and inclusion in all its dimensions as a strength for our teams. Equal opportunities are a particular concern for us, and the equal treatment of applicants and employees is a fundamental principle of our corporate policy. That is why our recruiting decisions are also based on personality, experience and skills.