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[Met-jobs] Postdoctoral Position for Earth System Dynamics in IBS Center for Climate Physics

From "u_jeongs@pusan.ac.kr" <u_jeongs@pusan.ac.kr>
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Date Tue, 31 Mar 2020 10:44:05 +0900

Dear colleagues,

This is U-Jeong from IBS Center for Climate Physics located in Busan, Korea.
We would like to post a job ad.

Please spread these Job Advertisement for us.

Thank you for your great support.

Regards,
U-Jeong


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Postdoctoral Fellow Position in Earth System Dynamics

    Employer: IBS Center for Climate Physics

    Location: Pusan National University, Busan, South Korea

    Education Level: PhD

    Job type: Postdoctoral Fellow

    Salary: 50 million KRW/year (~45,000 USD)

    Term: Full Time, 2 year

    Preferred start date: 1 July 2020


Applicants for this position should have a PhD in physics, climate sciences, meteorology, oceanography or a related field. Postdoctoral Fellows or Assistant Research Fellows are expected to have strong computational skills, excitement to work on a new research subject, a good publication record, a high level of independence, curiosity and creativity, and an interest in working in an international and interdisciplinary research environment. The successful candidate will work with Tamas Bodai to study the forced response of ENSO teleconnections and/or extremes via Large Ensembles of Earth system models. Alternatively, applications are also welcome from candidates who are interested in developing an economic cost-benefit analysis framework, with a particular emphasis on geoengineering, using Large Ensembles of Earth system models..

The IBS Center for Climate Physics (ICCP), (http://iccp.ibs.re.kr) directed by Dr. Axel Timmermann, is dedicated to advancing the understanding of natural climate variability, man-made climate change and their impacts on the hydrological cycle, regional processes, ice-sheets, and sea level. The ICCP is generously funded through the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) (http://ibs.re.kr). 

ICCP is located in Busan, the second largest city in South Korea and the ninth largest port city in the world. Surrounded by ocean and mountains, the city has a dramatic natural background. From designer cafes, international movie and art festivals, award-winning restaurants to temples at the end of hiking trails, Busan has something to offer for everyone.

 

Please submit a cover letter with a short statement of your research interests, curriculum vitae, the name of 2 references, and up to three publications to Ms. U-Jeong Seo (u_jeongs@pusan.ac.kr). Informal enquiry about the position should be directed to Tamas Bodai (bodai@pusan.ac.kr). The position remains open until filled.


Attachment: Earth System Dynamics_ICCP.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document



U-Jeong Seo
Administrative Assistant
IBS Center for Climate Physics
Pusan National University, Korea
p: 051-510-7429 f: 051-510-7445
w: ibsclimate.org e: u_jeongs@pusan.ac.kr




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