|From||David Stephenson <D.B.Stephenson@exeter.ac.uk>|
|Date||Thu, 15 Sep 2011 18:19:44 +0100|
Job title Willis Research Fellow in Modelling Climate Risk from Cyclones Job reference R10730 Application closing date 17/10/2011 Salary £31,798 per annum Exeter Climate Systems XCS research centre, Mathematics Research Institute, University of Exeter College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical SciencesWe seek to appoint an outstanding researcher to develop statistical/mathematical modelling of storm-related risk relevant to the insurance sector. This fellowship is available from
1 November 2011 on a 3-year fixed term basisThis fellowship affords an excellent opportunity to join the dynamic world-renowned Exeter Climate System's research team (www.exeter.ac.uk/xcs) and to develop an academic career at the interface of mathematical and climate science that has real impact for the
global insurance sector. The fellow will undertake statistical research on the collective risk of tropical and extra-tropical cyclones in close collaboration with Professor David Stephenson and other members of XCS.The fellow is expected to collaborate strongly with Willis in the City of London and with other academic partners in the Willis Research Network (WRN) such as the nearby Met Office. WRN is the world's largest partnership between academia and the insurance industry, which provides a
unique open forum for the advancement of the science of societal-relevant natural catastrophes (www.willisresearchnetwork.com). More details and how to apply ... https://jobs.exeter.ac.uk/hrpr_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d7798664Lw8%1BUSESSION=23A5A3EC21E647AD9FDD8BCD6EE88BA4&WVID=3817591jNg&LANG=USA -- =========================================================== Professor David B. Stephenson University of Exeter, College of Engineering,Computer Science and Mathematics, Harrison Building Room 334, North Park Road, Exeter EX4 4QF, UK Director of Exeter Climate Systems: www.secam.ex.ac.uk/xcs E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ===========================================================
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