Postdoctoral Associate - Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Ithaca, New York
Position Function: Conduct research in the area of stratosphere-troposphere coupling. A dynamic, self-motivated, early career scientist is sought to design, carry out, and analyze targeted experiments with CESM2 to clarify and quantify processes relevant to the downward influence of the stratosphere on the troposphere below, on any timescale, either in the tropics or extratropics. The researcher will work under the supervision of Dr. Peter Hitchcock, and would involve the opportunity to travel and interact with colleagues at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, CO.
Anticipated Division of Time:Research (50%)
Conduct research in the area of stratosphere-troposphere coupling Publications and presentations (50%)
Prepare and present research at conferences and/or workshops
Contribute to writing of manuscripts
PhD in Atmospheric Science or a related discipline.
Candidates should have a background in large-scale atmospheric dynamics or tropical meteorology, with experience in the analysis of climate model output.
Excellent written and oral communication skills are essential.
Experience with CESM would be valuable.
Supervision Exercised: Opportunities to supervise or mentor graduate and undergraduate students may be available.
SUPERVISION: Supervised by Dr. Peter Hitchcock, Asst. Professor
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