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MS and PhD in Computational Chemistry Stream
Computational Chemistry stream was recently launched at RCMS, NUST. Currently we are looking for MS and PhD students with a background in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or related areas.

Application Deadline is 15th June 2015

Research Theses:

We are also accepting students from other institutions who want to carry out MS or PhD thesis in Computational Chemistry, Computational Biochemistry, or Computational Material Chemistry.

We offer:

  • Comprehensive Educational Program
  • High Quality Collaborative Research
  • Limited Scholarships/Financial Aid
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    MS courses:

  • Bio-molecular Simulations
  • Computational Chemistry
  • Quantum Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Organometallic Chemistry
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Coordination Chemistry
  • PhD courses:

  • Computational Enzymology
  • Modeling of Cluster Compounds
  • Modeling of Molecular Properties
  • Metals in Biological Systems
  • Supra-molecular Chemistry
  • Modeling Polymer Materials
  • Core courses:

  • Computational Linear algebra and optimization
  • Data analysis and Statistics
  • Computing for Computational Science and Engineering
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    Why study Computational Chemistry?

  • Computational Chemistry is an integral part of solving complex chemical problems.
  • Computational Chemistry is a pre-requisite for the correct understanding of a wide range of molecular processes that cannot otherwise be completely understood with experiments.
  • Admission Requirements for MS Program

  • 16 years of education
  • BS/M.Sc. or an equivalent degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Bioinformatics or a related field
  • Other requirements (including GAT general) as per NUST  and HEC policy
  • Admission Requirements for PhD Program

  • 18 years of education
  • MS/M.Phil. or an equivalent degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Bioinformatics or a related field
  • Other requirements (including GAT subject) as per NUST  and HEC policy
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