The Rubenstein Group is always looking for talented postdocs, graduate students, and undergraduates interested in thinking critically and working passionately on topics in quantum chemistry and physics. Those with a strong background in chemistry, physics, applied mathematics, and/or computation are particularly encouraged to inquire. If you think you are up to the task, please email Prof. Rubenstein to discuss possibilities!

Seeking (2019-2020): Graduate Student Interested in Biomolecular Modeling, Postdoc Interested in Machine Learning and Quantum Computation, and Postdoc Interested in Biomolecular Simulation

Are you an undergraduate thinking about applying for a graduate fellowship in the sciences? Please ask!

Historically Disadvantaged Students

Prof. Rubenstein is an ardent proponent of increasing racial, gender, and socioeconomic diversity in the (particularly, physical) sciences. Our group is dedicated to giving students from such ranks an opportunity to experience science, even if they have never done research before. Prof. Rubenstein wouldn't be here now if a few people along the way weren't willing to take a gamble on her!


San Ramon Valley High School Girls Who Code Club (Spring 2015)

Science Talent Search Students

The Rubenstein  Group also hosts roughly one high school student aiming to complete a Regeneron or Siemens project with the group a year. Area high school students with a strong background willing to commit significant time to a research project are also encouraged to inquire.