PhD Studentship: Machine Learning, University of Birmingham, UK

Postdoctoral Position in UK United Kingdom

PhD Studentship: Machine Learning: The University of Birmingham’s School of Mathematics invites applications for a PhD Studentship in Machine Learning for Molecular Modeling. This fully funded position covers 100% of home fees and provides a tax-free annual allowance of £18,622 (UKRI rate for 23/24).

Summary Table:

Qualification TypeLocationFunding forFunding AmountHoursPlaced OnCloses
PhDBirminghamUK Students, EU Students, International Students100% Home fees covered, and a tax-free annual allowance of £18,622Full Time27th November 202327th February 2024

Study Area:
Machine Learning for Molecular Modeling

Scholarship Description:
This PhD project focuses on developing Machine Learning methods for Molecular Modeling, emphasizing dynamics-preserving coarse-graining strategies. The research directions include automated coarse-graining of molecular systems, computational efficient equivariant representations for high-dimensional tensorial quantities, active learning strategies for Machine Learning of Interatomic Potentials (MLIP), and numerical integration methods for stochastic machine-learned dynamical models.

Applicants with a strong background in mathematics, statistical computing, and an interest in molecular modeling are encouraged to apply.

Required Documents:

  1. CV
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Academic Transcripts
  4. Letters of Recommendation

How to Apply:
Interested candidates should submit their application, including the required documents, before 23:59, January 14, 2024. For additional funding opportunities, candidates can contact the project supervisor, Dr. Matthias Sachs (

Last Date: 27th February 2024



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