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Following requests for deadline extensions and the upcoming holiday period, the deadline to submit abstracts for the special Issue “Femtochemistry” in Structural Dynamics has been extended to 15  February 2016.
Of course, all accepted papers are published online and assigned a DOI immediately and are, thus, also instantly fully citable.

Submission for papers is open at

Please consider to submit your work related to the field of femtochemistry and -biology, as well as ultrafast structural dynamics of molecules and (bio)chemical systems in the widest sense, to this special issue. The topical selection and the open access nature of the journal will provide the widest possible dissemination of your paper, and the joint publication of all papers in a single issue provides high visibility.

Postdoc position in theoretical femtochemistry at the Technical University of Denmark

DTU UK B1 RGBYou are invited to compete for a postdoctoral position in the group of Klaus B. Møller and Niels Engholm Henriksen at the Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark.

Project: The activities in our group are centered around the theoretical description of chemical reactions and other dynamical processes in molecular systems at the femtosecond timescale. You will work on the theory and simulation of time-resolved X-ray scattering, i.e., how snapshots of atomic positions are obtained using ultrashort (femtosecond) pulses of laser light and X-rays.

Qualifications: Qualified candidates hold (or are in the final stages of obtaining) a PhD in theoretical chemistry or physics. Good programming skills and experience with (quantum) molecular dynamics is a must. Successful candidates are highly motivated and have excellent communication skills.

Conditions: The appointment is for 12 to 24 month with a monthly salary of approximately 3000 Euro (after tax).

Qualified candidates should contact Klaus B. Møller ( or Niels Engholm Henriksen ( before 28 March 2014.