|From||"Burrows, Susannah" <Susannah.Burrows@pnnl.gov>|
|Date||Wed, 28 Aug 2019 05:12:50 +0000|
I am looking for a creative, motivated, and collaboration-oriented postdoc to join our team at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). The project, funded under my 2018 DOE Early Career Award, focusses on modelling sources and concentrations of atmospheric ice-nucleating particles (INPs). Your research will involve global and/or regional modelling for attribution of atmospheric aerosol and INP sources during field campaigns, understanding effects of atmospheric processing on INP activity of particles, and/or understanding spatiotemporal variability in INP concentrations and its implications for cloud phase. You will be expected to interact effectively with a range of internal and external experts in modelling, as well as field and laboratory observations.
The successful candidate will join the collaborative, interdisciplinary environment of the Atmospheric Sciences and Global Change (ASGC) Division at PNNL. ASGC leads and contributes to many of DOE’s major programs in atmospheric, climate and Earth System sciences, including the DOE’s Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM) and the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) program. PNNL offers excellent pay and benefits, and emphasizes work-life balance.
This is a 2 year Postdoctoral appointment with the possibility of extension to a maximum of 3 years. Eligible candidates are recent PhDs within five years of the month of the degree award at time of hire date.
Apply by October 1, 2019. For full details and to submit your application, please use this link:
Interested candidates are additionally encouraged to contact me with any questions, and to notify me of the submission of applications, via email.
Dr. Susannah Burrows
Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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