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[Met-jobs] PhD Positions in Ocean Modeling and Data Assimilation at KAUST

From Sabique Langodan <sabique.langodan@kaust.edu.sa>
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Date Wed, 2 Aug 2017 09:10:06 +0300

Dear all,

Several PhD positions focusing on ocean modeling, physical oceanography and data assimilation are open in Prof. Ibrahim Hoteit’s research group at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). The successful applicants will join an established research group at KAUST working on the development advanced modeling and data assimilation capabilities for the Red Sea circulation. The group is involved in various modeling and forecasting projects on the Red Sea, including the joint KAUST/MIT/Scripps/PML Virtual Red Sea Initiative and the Saudi ARAMCO-KAUST Marine Environmental Observatory (SAKMEO).

 

Candidates should possess a solid undergraduate and Masters level academic training in physical oceanography, Applied Mathematics, atmospheric and oceanic sciences, or closely related fields. Prior research experience in physical oceanography, ocean modeling, high performance computing and programing will be a big plus.

 

KAUST offers excellent academic and social atmosphere. PhD scholars enjoy highly competitive salaries and benefits, along with a truly global exposure through colleagues from over 100 nationalities. To apply, please send a curriculum vitae and a letter of interest to Dr. Ibrahim Hoteit, ibrahim.hoteit@kaust.edu.sa

 


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Sabique Langodan
http://assimilation.kaust.edu.sa/


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