If you might be interested in joining us, please take a look at our group guide for information about our values and my attitude toward research and mentorship.

Interested postdocs should inquire directly at ccoley@mit.edu with a CV and a brief statement of your research interests and background. Graduate students should apply directly to the MIT Department of Chemical Engineering or the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (note: fee waivers are available through the Dean of Engineering). We also have had students join from the Computational Science and Engineering program and the Computational and Systems Biology program. Undergraduate students looking for research opportunities for pay or credit can also email ccoley@mit.edu with their interests and any relevant coursework or research experience.

Postdoctoral associate in polymer machine learning and design: We are looking for a postdoctoral associate to work on topics related to polymer informatics, machine learning, and virtual screening as part of an NIH-funded experimental collaboration. Experience with cheminformatics, computational chemistry, or polymer screening preferred. Comfort/fluency with Python and familiarity with machine learning strongly preferred.

Postdoctoral associate in computer-aided process chemistry: We are looking for a postdoctoral associate to work on topics related to predictive chemistry for process chemistry applications, including the anticipation and elucidation of impurities. Knowledge of process chemistry considerations and experience with basic cheminformatics, computational chemistry, or machine learning strongly preferred. Comfort/fluency with Python required.

Software developer for the MLPDS consortium: We are looking for a full-stack software developer to help maintain and improve the molecular software tools developed within the Machine Learning for Pharmaceutical Discovery and Synthesis consortium. Please reach out directly to Connor and apply to the posting here.