Reymond Research Group

University of Bern

Looking for a PhD in Cheminformatics? (Big Data & Artificial Intelligence)

A graduate student position is open starting spring 2021 to carry out a Ph.D. thesis in cheminformatics, with emphasis on big data and artificial intelligence. Applicants must hold a Master's degree in chemistry, pharmacy, informatics, mathematics or related areas and have a strong interest in computational work, including programming and data management.
General information on the Ph.D. student position: The position is funded for a maximum of 4 years (completion of the thesis is expected in 3-4 years). Participation in the DCB graduate program (attendance at seminars, group seminars, summer schools and international conferences) and in teaching (approx 22 days per year in laboratory courses) is required. For further information and applications, please contact Prof. Dr. Jean-Louis Reymond: