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[Met-jobs] transport modeler position at NILU

From Andreas Stohl <>
Date Fri, 02 May 2014 16:31:26 +0200

*** Atmospheric transport modeler position ***

In the framework of several research projects, we are looking for a scientist with a PhD degree in meteorology or a related field (e.g., atmospheric physics or chemistry) with a demonstrated record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals. The position can be filled at the post-doc level but could also be permanent, depending on the qualification of the successful applicant.

The successful candidate will have experience with atmospheric models (preferably Lagrangian particle dispersion models) and an interest in the combined use of observation data and model results. We are seeking an individual with substantial coding experience who can work independently but who also enjoys working in a team. The applicant should have broad interests and be flexible to work on different topics.

The position will be located in the FLEXPART group within the ATMOS department of NILU. We offer the candidate an exciting international atmosphere (currently six different nationalities) in one of Europe's leading research groups on atmospheric transport modelling. Our current projects focus on Arctic air pollution and climate, the development of FLEXPART, inverse modelling to determine the emissions of greenhouse gases, aerosols, volcanic ash and radioactivity, but we also study many other topics. The candidate is expected to work on existing projects but there will be some possibilities to choose preferred working fields, depending on the interests of the other group members. Within the department, there are also excellent possibilities for collaboration, for instance with top scientists working on remote sensing, contaminant research, greenhouse gas research, and aerosol science.

For further information, see:

Andreas Stohl
NILU - Norwegian Institute for Air Research
P.O. Box 100
N-2027 Kjeller

Tel.: +47 6389 8035
Fax: +47 6389 8050

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