|From||"Tamminen Johanna (FMI)" <Johanna.Tamminen@fmi.fi>|
|Date||Tue, 26 Jan 2021 10:04:08 +0000|
Postdoctoral researcher - Data science in Remote Sensing
The Greenhouse Gases and Satellite Methods Group of the Earth Observation Research Unit at the Finnish Meteorological Institute is looking for an enthusiastic and motivated postdoctoral researcher for climate science projects. In particular, we are looking for a candidate with expertise on developing new computational methods for data science. Expertise on atmospheric sciences and satellite remote sensing are considered as a bonus but is not required. The focus of the post-doctoral project is to develop new data driven methods for understanding anthropogenic CO2 emissions from space-based data. In this project, the candidate will work with simulated and real atmospheric CO2 observations, e.g. from Nasa’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory instruments as well as with the air quality data from European satellite instruments. In addition to scientific work, we expect the candidate to publish the results in scientific journals and to give presentations in international conferences.
The position will be located in Helsinki, Finland. The position is temporary employment. The contract is for one year, and will begin earliest on 1st of March 2021, or as agreed (with a possible extension to two years).
Read more: https://space.fmi.fi/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/FMI_Postdoc_data-science-in-remote-sensing.pdf
and apply by 16 February 2021 at 12 noon (EET) at: https://www.valtiolle.fi/en-US/vacancy?id=31-4-2021 .
More information about Finnish Meteorological Institute and our Space and Earth Observation Centre:
The Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) is a service and research institute that produces high-quality observational and model data, and research findings on the atmosphere, the near space, cryosphere and the seas, as well as weather, sea, air quality and climate services for the needs of public safety, business life and citizens. It currently employs over 700 persons out of which about half are full time researchers.
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