October 2018
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[Met-jobs] Two Ph.D. assistantships in Atmospheric Chemistry at University of Montana

From "Hu, Lu" <>
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Date Tue, 16 Oct 2018 22:33:13 +0000

Thank you for spreading the word.
Ph.D. assistantships in atmospheric chemistry at the University of Montana are 
available for Fall 2019. We are seeking two new graduate students to join two 
projects: (i) Biogenic volatile organic compounds in the warming Arctic; (ii) 
VOC emission and chemistry of western US wildfires. These projects involve 
intensive field studies of trace organic gas concentrations/fluxes at the 
Toolik Field Station in Alaska, at Mt. Bachelor Observatory in Oregon, or 
analyzing the 2018 WE-CAN aircraft 
data<>. Students will also have 
opportunities to learn state-of-the-art atmospheric chemical transport modeling 
to interpret field data. Applicants should have robust quantitative analysis 
and communication skills, be highly self-motivated and independent. Experience 
in chemistry/atmospheric science and data analysis with advanced programming 
languages would be an asset. More about the atmospheric chemistry program and 
admission information is available at Application 
deadline is December 15, 2018.

Lu Hu, PhD
Assistant Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Montana - Missoula
Phone: 406-243-4231
Research Group:

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