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[Met-jobs] PhD student scholarship to explore meteorological processes driving low-stratus and fog events

From Martial Haeffelin <martial.haeffelin@ipsl.polytechnique.fr>
To met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk
Date Tue, 7 Apr 2015 09:58:02 +0200

Dear Sir/Madam,

You are interested by meteorological phenomenon, observations of the atmosphere 
and the environment, and would like to work on a research topic with concrete 
societal implications. You are dynamic, autonomous, conscientious, motivated by 
working in a dynamic and challenging environment. You hold a master of science 
and would like to continue your graduate studies PhD. 

You have a good understanding of meteorology and physical processes in the 
atmosphere, and you are an expert in programming in Linux environment. You have 
good speaking and writing skills in French and English. You are looking for a 
PhD student position (Scholarship open to citizens of European countries and 
Switzerland). Read this job advertisement.

Application deadline: 17 april 2015

Sincerely,

Martial Haeffelin

Attachment: Thesis_Fogprocesses_LMD_eng.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document

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Dr. Martial Haeffelin, HDR

Institut Pierre Simon Laplace (IPSL)
Directeur Adjoint en charge de l'Observation de la Terre

Site Instrumental de Recherche par Télédétection Atmosphérique (SIRTA)
Directeur

Adresse:    IPSL/LMD - Ecole Polytechnique - 91128 Palaiseau Cedex, France
Mobile:                      +33 (0)6 7003 1674    Web: http://www.ipsl.fr
Tel Polytechnique:  +33 (0)1 6933 5159    Web: http://www.sirta.fr
Tel UPMC:                +33 (0)1 4427 6181    Courriel: 
martial.haeffelin@ipsl.polytechnique.fr
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