|From||Josh Hacker <email@example.com>|
|Date||Fri, 14 Feb 2014 13:11:13 -0700|
Department of Civil
and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences at the
University of Notre
Dame has an open one-year position for a post-doctoral scholar,
extension to two years. General
are independent and collaborative, directed, research related
to one or more of the following: mesoscale modeling, processes,
assimilation, and predictability in and around complex terrain.
will conduct research, present results at PI meetings and
and prepare results for publication in peer-reviewed journals.
1. Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences or a related field.
2. Familiarity and understanding of the Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) model, including experience setting up experiments, executing them on massively parallel computers, and analyzing the output.
3. An understanding of basic predictability concepts, and knowledge of how to assess predictive skill.
4. Strong oral and written communication skills.
Additional experience, not necessary but desirable, may include:
1. Mesoscale data assimilation, especially ensemble data assimilation.
2. Modeling in complex terrain.
3. Observation processing and quality control.
4. Analysis of boundary-layer processes, and Earth-atmosphere interactions.
The appointment provides a salary, subject to U.S. income tax, of $60,000.00 and benefits as described at the following link: http://hr.nd.edu/assets/121245/p1_benefit_summary_2014.pdf
The appointee will reside as a visitor at NCAR in the Research Applications Laboratory, and work closely with scientists there.
-- Joshua Hacker Research Applications Laboratory National Center for Atmospheric Research P.O. Box 3000 Boulder, CO 80307 303-497-2870
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