|From||Aurelien Ponte <email@example.com>|
|Date||Thu, 10 Mar 2016 16:24:15 +0100|
Dear colleagues, We kindly ask you to pass along this advertisement to students and postdocs that may be interested. The LabexMER (Brest, France) offers a post-doctoral program that allows young scientists to propose their own research project in marine sciences (within the LabexMER research axes) and carry them out in one or several LabexMER laboratories. The postdoctoral appointment is for a period of two years. Additional support is available for travel expenses, equipment, and supplies. Work contract will include national health and dental insurance, as well as retirement and unemployment benefits. Of particular interest is the Axis 1 of the LabexMER, labelled "The Ocean Engine at Very High Resolution", which gathers scientific experts in the observation (remote and in situ), the numerical modeling and theoretical understanding of a wide range of processes: mesoscale/submesoscale turbulence, internal gravity waves, surface gravity waves, air sea interactions, and, biophysical interactions. Recent work has in particular higlighted a new vision that emphasizes the important impact of submesoscales on the large-scale ocean dynamics. The LabexMer has contributed much to this vision and is now searchingfor candidates that will significantly contribute to the above-listed thematics
or complementing ones. The scientific environment in the LabexMer is highly dynamical and collaborative with most scientists being involved in cutting edge international scientific missions (SWOT, Sentinel missions, ...) requiring a gathering of expertise about the processes just listed and their interactions. More information about the modalities of application can be found here: http://www.labexmer.eu/en/international/postdoctoral-fellowships Please contact Axis 1 coordinators for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org Clement.De.Boyer.Montegut@ifremer.fr Publications from members of LabexMER Axis 1: Callies, J., Ferrari, R., Klymak, J. M., & Gula, J. (2015). Seasonality in submesoscale turbulence. Nature communications, 6. Sasaki, H., Klein, P., Qiu, B., & Sasai, Y. (2014). Impact of oceanic-scale interactions on the seasonal modulation of ocean dynamics by the atmosphere. Nature communications, 5. Ponte, A. L., & Klein, P. (2015). Incoherent signature of internal tides on sea level in idealized numerical simulations. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(5), 1520-1526. N. Rascle, B. Chapron, A. Ponte, F. Ardhuin, and P. Klein, 2014: Surface Roughness Imaging of Currents Shows Divergence and Strain in the Wind Direction. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 44, 2153–2163. F. Chenillat, P. Rivière, X. Capet, P. J. S. Franks, and B. Blanke (2013). California Coastal Upwelling Onset Variability: Cross-Shore and Bottom-Up Propagation in the Planktonic Ecosystem. PLoS ONE 8(5): e62281.
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