Computational chemistry is not currently one of the more visible chemistry professions. However, computational chemists can be found working in a broad range of areas including academic, government and the private sector.
For example, academically one may work as a research assistant, postdoctoral fellow, or faculty member. Also one may work in the government research labs or IT services. Similarly, in the private sector one may work in pharmaceutical or other research labs or in IT services.
Links to examples for each of these is given below.
Last updated: May 6, 2005
© 2005, James W. Gauld