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[Met-jobs] Young Scientist Summer School

From Helena Martins <hmartins@ua.pt>
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Date Tue, 18 Feb 2014 15:52:21 +0000

Young Scientist Summer School

Online Integrated Modelling of Meteorological and Chemical Transport Processes

6-11 July 2014
University of Aveiro, Portugal

 


The COST Action ES1004 – European framework for online integrated air quality and meteorology modelling is pleased to announce the Young Scientists Summer School on “Online Integrated Modelling of Meteorological and Chemical Transport Processes” .

The aim of the Summer School is to train students and researchers from the numerical weather prediction, air quality and climate communities, and to apply integrated modelling of both meteorological and chemical processes to understand the links between atmospheric composition, weather and climate. The main focus is on regional/urban scale models applied for chemical weather forecasting and feedback mechanisms between meteorological and atmospheric pollution processes.

 

The Summer School will take place from July 6th to 11th, 2014 at the University of Aveiro, in Aveiro, Portugal.

TARGET AUDIENCE
The School offers a specialised study programme for Early Stage Researchers (less than Ph.D +10 years), having as a minimum requirement a Bsc degree.


HOW TO APPLY
In order to apply fill in the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM. Mandatory documents to upload are: motivation letter and CV including the main publications.

For further information on the programme, please find enclosed the Pre-Announcement leaflet and visit the website Aveiro Young Scientists Summer School.

DEADLINE

31 March 2014


For further information please contact

 

Ana Isabel Miranda, miranda@ua.ptor Helena Martins, hmartins@ua.pt

 

Attachment: pre_annoucement.pdf
Description: pre_annoucement.pdf



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