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[Met-jobs] LBNL Seeks Climate Science Postdoctoral Researcher - Multiscale modeler of the Earth System

From Rosie Davis <>
Date Wed, 30 May 2012 13:59:46 -0700

Please distribute the following information as widely as possible:

The Center at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for Integrative Modeling of the Earth System (CLIMES) has an exciting opportunity for a postdoctoral researcher to help jump-start an innovative project to develop multiscale models of the atmosphere for the next generation of local-to-global climate projections. The primary goal is to produce better models of critical climate processes from cloud-system to global scales through improved physical and computational implementations.  The researcher would join a rapidly expanding team at LBNL conducting innovative research in abrupt and extreme climate change, ice-sheet simulation, carbon and methane cycle measurement and modeling, integrated assessment, and advanced numerical methods for climate dynamics. The postdoc will develop and apply atmospheric models with unprecedented telescoping capabilities to simulate the multiscale dynamics of the tropical ocean-atmosphere system.  The individual will work closely with climate scientists, computer scientists, and applied mathematicians at LBNL and other DOE National Laboratories as part of a multi-institutional collaboration supported by DOE’s climate research and Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) program. The selected candidate will report to the principal investigator of this SciDAC project who also heads LBNL’s Climate Sciences Department, the Carbon and Climate Program, and CLIMES.

For more details on the position and to apply, please go to:

Rosie Davis
Climate Sciences Administrator
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
One Cyclotron Road - MS 50A4037
Berkeley, California 94720
510-486-7496 direct
510-486-7775 fax

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