The studentship is open to nationals of any country (fees paid, plus tax-free stipend - currently £ 14,844 per annum). The current funding covers tuition fees for EU and UK nationals. Applicants should have an honours/Masters in chemistry or physics. Prior experience in electronic structure theory, condensed matter theory, or software development (e.g. Python) is desirable, but not essential. The successful candidates will be trained in molecular modelling and data analytics methods.