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[Met-jobs] PhD position, ocean modelling, Split (Croatia)

From Jadranka Sepic <sepic@izor.hr>
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Date Tue, 6 Nov 2018 13:37:23 +0100

There is an opening of the PhD position at the Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries in Split,Croatia (www.izor.hr). The position is funded by Croatian Science Foundation, on the ADIOSproject (www.izor.hr/ADIOS).

We are looking for a motivated young scientist in the field ofgeosciences (possibly mathematics or computer sciences) to work on assessment of the long-term high-resolution atmosphere-ocean model simulation in theAdriatic Sea (AdriSC climate simulation, 1987-2017) that will be ready in summer 2019, witha following to-do list:

1. Validation of the oceanic component of the AdriSC simulation on available remote sensingand ocean data and providing new climate of the Adriatic, 2. Assessment of trends and variability of the thermohaline circulation, including theircomponents (dense water formation, the Adriatic-Ionian Bimodal Oscillating System –BiOS), 3. Climate and process studies (upwelling and downwelling, internal waves and internaltides).

More about the AdriSC modelling suite can be found at http://www.izor.hr/adrisc.The candidate will join a group which is very strong in meteotsunami research, ocean modelling, data analyses, climate studies, and the Mediterraneanand the Adriatic oceanography.

The position will include engagement in doctoral study of geophysics/oceanography at theUniversity of Zagreb, Croatia, or similar.
Tentative starting date is 1 March 2019.Duration of the position is 4 years.

Applications with CV and motivation letter should be send to Ivica Vilibic (vilibic@izor.hr), withcc to Clea Denamiel (cdenamie@izor.hr). For selected candidates, formal procedure (publiccall lasting for 30 days) will be initiated in December 2018.




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