|From||"Hosking, J Scott " <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date||Mon, 21 Nov 2011 13:05:50 +0000|
The University of Cambridge has a prestigious postdoctoral Fellowship scheme -- the Herchel Smith Fellowships. This year Climate Science (meaning the physical science of the climate system and of climate processes) is one of the advertised fields. See http://www.herchelsmith.cam.ac.uk/fellowships/postdoctoral-fellowship-in-physical-sciences-4-posts The closing date is 12 December 2011. Candidature is limited to candidates who, at the time of starting the Fellowship, will have completed their PhD degree, or equivalent, within the last three years at any university but normally excluding Cambridge and Harvard. Climate science research is undertaken within several different Departments of the University of Cambridge, including Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP), Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Geography and Plant Sciences and at the British Antarctic Survey (which also based in Cambridge). We have recently established the Cambridge Centre for Climate Science (CCfCS) to promote this research area. Seehttp://www.climatescience.cam.ac.uk for more details. Applications for a Herchel Smith Fellowship in Climate Science are encouraged from talented finishing PhD students or recent PhD graduates who are interested in working in any of the groups in DAMTP, Chemistry, Earth Sciences or Geography. Applications from those who would collaborate with more than one of the groups in CCfCS would be particularly welcome. For further information please contact Professor Peter Haynes (email@example.com) -- This message (and any attachments) is for the recipient only. NERC is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the contents of this email and any reply you make may be disclosed by NERC unless it is exempt from release under the Act. Any material supplied to NERC may be stored in an electronic records management system.
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