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
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.
Comprehensive Educational Program
High Quality Collaborative Research
Limited Scholarships/Financial Aid
Modeling of Cluster Compounds
Modeling of Molecular Properties
Metals in Biological Systems
Modeling Polymer Materials
Computational Linear algebra and optimization
Data analysis and Statistics
Computing for Computational Science and Engineering
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