|From||Mollie Van der Gucht <M.VanDerGucht@leeds.ac.uk>|
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|Date||Thu, 30 Jun 2016 13:35:46 +0000|
Hello Please advertise: Research Fellow in aerosol-climate modelling as part of the CRESCENDO EU project Faculty of Environment, School of Earth and Environment, Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science Fixed term for 30 months Job sharing arrangements will be considered This postdoctoral position is part of the EU Horizon2020 collaborative Project CRESCENDO (Coordinated Research in Earth Systems and Climate). CRESCENDO brings together seven European Earth system modelling groups to improve the realism and reliability of future Earth system projections. The overarching goals of CRESCENDO are to improve the way that ESMs are evaluated, constrain key biogeochemical and aerosol feedbacks, quantify radiative forcings and generate an ensemble of Earth system projections for the coming century. The objective of the project at Leeds is to improve the representation of natural aerosols in the UK Earth system model (UKESM), with particular emphasis on processes related to biogenic secondary organic aerosols, fire emissions and impacts, and the processes controlling the properties of aerosols in pristine pre-industrial-like environments. The research will involve developing the key model processes, evaluating the model against satellite and in situ observations, and testing the impact of these natural processes on historical and future climate. The Leeds research project is led by Professor Ken Carslaw and Professor Dominick Spracklen. You will have the opportunity to work in close collaboration with scientists at the Met Office and across the CRESCENDO consortium. You will have both a PhD (or be close to obtaining) in a relevant area of atmospheric modelling. You will have proven skills in numerical modelling in fortran and data visualisation software. Additionally you will be able to demonstrate commitment to publication of original results at an international level. Experience of using large atmospheric or climate models is desirable. The University of Leeds' commitment to women in science has been recognised with a national accolade. The University has received the Athena SWAN Bronze Award and the Faculty of Environment holds the Athena SWAN Bronze Award in recognition of our success in recruiting, retaining and developing/promoting women in Science, Engineering and Technology (SET). We are proud of our commitment to equality and inclusiveness. The University also offers family friendly policies including generous maternity and paternity leave; full details of the policies can be found here http://hr.leeds.ac.uk/policies University Grade 7 (£31,656 - £37,768 p.a.) Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Ken Carslaw, tel +44 (0)113 343 1597, email K.S.Carslaw@leeds.ac.uk. Closing Date: 28 July 2016 Ref: ENVEE1122 Click here for further information about working at the University of Leeds www.leeds.ac.uk/info/20025/university_jobs STOP Many thanks Mollie Mollie Van der Gucht Research Support Administrator for ICAS & SRI School of Earth & Environment University of Leeds Ph: +44 (0)113 34 34058 Follow ICAS & SRI on twitter: @ICASleeds @SRILeeds ICAS Newsletter: http://www.see.leeds.ac.uk/research/icas/icas-newsletter To subscribe: http://lists.leeds.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/icas-newsletter
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