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[Met-jobs] PhD position numerical geophysical fluid dynamics and wave propagation

From Jörn Behrens <joern.behrens@zmaw.de>
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Date Tue, 25 Mar 2014 20:51:21 +0100

A PhD research associate position is opening in the CliSAP research group 
"Numerical Methods in Geosiences“, University of Hamburg, Germany. The position 
is funded by the EU FP7 collaborative project ASTARTE in the theme "Coasts at 
threat in Europe: tsunamis and climate-related risks“.

The CliSAP Research Group ‘Numerical Methods in Geosciences’, headed by Prof. 
Jörn Behrens (http://www.klimacampus.de/numericalmethods.html) at University of 
Hamburg, is part of the Cluster of Excellence on “Integrated Climate System 
Analysis and Prediction (Cli- SAP)”, an interdisciplinary network on climate 
research of the University and leading inde- pendent institutes in Hamburg. The 
group’s objective is the development of adaptive multi- scale numerical methods 
for geosciences applications. We are involved in projects of tsuna- mi 
modeling, cloud formation studies, and inundation modeling from storm events.

We are looking for an enthusiastic person with a strong background in numerical 
analysis of geophysical fluid dynamics or wave propagation, Galerkin or finite 
volume methods, shallow water theory, adaptive mesh refinement, and high 
performance computing.

Details are given under 
http://www.uni-hamburg.de/uhh/stellenangebote/wissenschaftliches-personal/MIN_Astarte_07-04-14.pdf

Jörn Behrens
Professor for Numerical Methods in Geosciences
Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability
Universität Hamburg
Partner in the KlimaCampus Hamburg
Grindelberg 5
20144 Hamburg, Germany

www.clisap.de http://www.klimacampus.de/joernbehrens.html

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