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[Met-jobs] Postdoctoral scientist (f/m), development of innovative algorithms to extract cloud parameter information from Copernicus Sentinel-5P and -4 mission data, Technical University of Munich

From Thomas Trautmann <>
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Cc Marco Körner <>
Date Mon, 11 Jul 2016 16:12:16 +0200

The Chair of Remote Sensing Technology
TUM Department of Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering
Technical University of Munich

has an offer for a full-time position as "Postdoctoral scientist (f/m)", to be filled as soon as possible.

The chair of Remote Sensing Technology at Technical University of Munich in close cooperation with the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) in Oberpfaffenhofen seeks for a postdoctoral scientist for development methods for the accurate determination of ozone, sulfur dioxide and other trace gases as well as for cloud parameters from earth observation data from the ESA Copernicus programme.

This position (TV-L E-14) is initially limited to 3 years and might be further extended.

About us
The Chair of Remote Sensing Technology at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, works in close cooperation with the DLR Remote Sensing Technology Institute in Oberpfaffenhofen. Our research focuses on the development of innovative methods to extract information from
current and next-generation Earth observation mission data.

In the context of the future EU/ESA Copernicus missions "Sentinel-5 Precursor (S5P)" and "Sentinel-4 (S4)" algorithms for an accurate determination of ozone, sulfur dioxide and other trace gases as well as for cloud parameters will be developed. These algorithms will
be used operationally in real-real-time and offline data processing systems.

- Development and improvement of innovative scientific algorithms to extract information from observations based on the atmospheric sensors S5P and S4 as well as for the determination of cloud parameters - Participation in the integration of the newly developed algorithms in operational software systems
- Conception, preparation and execution of test runs

For further details see the attached job announcement (PDF file).

The announcement of the above position can be found at:

Prof. Dr. Thomas Trautmann
Head of Department Atmospheric Processors

German Aerospace Centre (DLR)
Earth Observation Center (EOC)
Remote Sensing Technology Institute (IMF)

D-82234 Wessling, Germany

Telephone +49 8153 28-1404
Telefax +49 8153 28-1446


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