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[Met-jobs] Two Research Faculty positions at Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, SUNY Albany

From Scott Miller <>
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Date Wed, 31 Oct 2012 19:50:11 -0400

Dear Colleagues,

We are looking to fill the two positions in Atmospheric Sciences described 
below.  These are tenure-track, state-funded, 10-month research positions.  
Please distribute to anyone that may be interested, and apologies for 

Best Regards,
Scott Miller

Two Research Faculty Positions at the Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, 
SUNY Albany

The Atmospheric Sciences Research Center (ASRC) of the University at Albany, 
State University of New York, seeks to hire two tenure-track Research Faculty, 
effective Fall 2013. These University supported 10-month appointments allow for 
supplementary summer salary from external research funding. These positions are 
part of a multi-year initiative to expand the University’s capacity in the 
areas of climate, environment, and energy. We currently seek to fill two 
positions, one in each of the following two areas:

       • Energy Meteorology and Climate with an emphasis on Solar Energy 
Applications - The ideal candidate would have expertise to carry out research 
in solar resource assessment, including numerical weather prediction of clouds 
and/or irradiance as well as environmental and climatic impact assessment.

       • Ecohydrology – This candidate’s research would ideally address the 
spatial and temporal variability of water and energy cycles and their impacts 
land-surface-atmosphere interaction and climatic extremes.

Outstanding candidates from other areas of atmospheric science will also be 
considered and are encouraged to apply.  The successful candidates will be 
expected to strengthen ASRC and the university through (i) maintaining a strong 
externally funded research program; (ii) working with colleagues at ASRC and 
throughout the university on mutually beneficial research programs; (iii) 
recruit and mentor graduate students; and (iv) participating as necessary in 
service to the Center and the University. While not a requirement, successful 
candidates will have the option of making arrangements to teach in one or more 
University departments.

For more information about ASRC, please refer to  For 
information on the application process, please visit  Review of 
applications will begin December 1st, 2012 and positions will remain open until 
filled.   Questions about the positions can be addressed to Qilong Min 
(,  518-437-8742) or Richard Perez (, 

Scott Miller
Atmospheric Sciences Research Center
SUNY Albany
251 Fuller Road, L317
Albany, New York 12203
office: (518) 437-8799
lab: (518) 437-8745
fax: (518) 437-8758

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