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[Met-jobs] PostDoc position: Ice and snow scattering properties and multi-frequency radar retrievals, University of Cologne, Germany

From Stefan Kneifel <skneifel@meteo.uni-koeln.de>
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Date Mon, 28 Nov 2016 18:11:44 +0100

We are inviting applicants for a 3-year Post-doctoral position (possible extension by another year depending on funding and performance) as part of the new Young Researcher (Emmy-Noether) Group OPTIMIce located at the Institute for Geophysics and Meteorology, University of Cologne, Germany.

 

The successful applicant will mainly work on scattering properties of frozen hydrometeors, microwave radiative transfer, retrieval development and their application to a novel combination of multi-frequency Doppler cloud radars.

 

More information about the OPTIMIce project, the position, as well as the application process can be found in the attached document and also by following this link: https://www.stellenwerk-koeln.de/sites/default/files/pdf/university/postdoctoral_geopphysik_a.meteorologie_dr.kneifel_100.pdf

 

Application deadline: 30th Dec. 2016

 

For further information about the project and the position, please contact Dr Stefan Kneifel, skneifel[at]meteo.uni-koeln.de


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Dr. Stefan Kneifel
PostDoctoral Fellow
Institute for Geophysics and Meteorology
University of Cologne
Pohligstrasse 3, 50969 Cologne, Germany
skneifel@meteo.uni-koeln.de
Phone: +49 221 470 6272
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http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Stefan_Kneifel
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