|From||Cheruy Frederique <Frederique.Cheruy@lmd.jussieu.fr>|
|Cc||Cheruy Frederique <Frederique.Cheruy@lmd.jussieu.fr>|
|Date||Fri, 10 Aug 2012 11:18:27 +0200|
2 years EMBRACE post doctoral position: Implementation/evaluation of a physically based soil water flow representation for modelling large scale land surface hydrological processes in the IPSL climate model, LMDZOR.
interest of the climate projections depends highly on the
the modeling tools used. This is the reason why modeling
devote long term efforts for their improvement in an
approach coupling implementation/evaluation and
development. Based on
a decade of research on cloud processes, a
new version of the LMDZ atmospheric general circulation
been developed that corresponds to a complete recasting of
parametrization of turbulence, convection and clouds. With
package, this new version, named LMDZ5B, has been used for
the realization of climate change projections with the IPSL
model (IPSL-CM) for the CMIP5 exercise
The purposes of this EMBRACE (http://www.smhi.se/embrace) FP-7 funded contract are fourfold:
The successful applicant will hold a PhD or equivalent qualification in a relevant field, a research track record in one or more of the following areas: atmospheric modeling, coupled climate modeling, land surface modeling. Applicants should also be able to demonstrate programming skills in a Unix/Linux environment (e.g. Fortran 9X, shell scripts, R) as well as possessing excellent written and oral communication skills.
Location: LMD/CNRS -Paris- (http://www.lmd.jussieu.fr) involved in the L-IPSL project: LabEx (laboratoire of excellence) Institut Pierre Simon Laplace (IPSL): ｫ Comprendre le climat et anticiper les changements futurs ｻ.
supervisory staff:Frédérique Cheruy (LMD), Agnès Ducharne (Sisyphe), Philippe Peylin (LBI), Jan Polcher (LMD)
Interested applicants should send a detailed CV and the contact information of at least two referees to email@example.com review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
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