Here you can check out available open positions, funding and training opportunities, and other interesting and relevant activities across our partner institutes and their networks.
Postdoctoral Positions in Machine Learning and Atmospheric Science – for a collaborative project between four institutions (deadline: open until all positions are filled)
- New York University (Edwin Gerber): focus on machine learning and atmospheric modeling.
- Rice University (Pedram Hassanzadeh): focus on machine learning and model development (http://pedram.rice.edu/available-positions/ )
- Stanford University (Aditi Sheshadri): focus on analysis of high resolution observations and idealized modeling.
- NorthWest Research Associates, Boulder (Joan Alexander): focus on atmospheric mesoscale modeling and observation analysis (https://nwra.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=14 )
Postdoctoral researcher in marine climate and biogeochemistry analysis, NORCE (deadline: 11.12.2020)
Postdoctoral position in fluid dynamics at the University of Victoria, Canada (deadline: 28.02.2021)
Postdoctoral position in mesoscale air-sea interactions
Location: Imperial College London
This post-doctoral position is part of an exciting joint proposal between Florida State University and Imperial College to study the local interaction of the Gulf Stream with the atmosphere in the deterministic regime of weather predictions (timescales less than about two weeks). To do so a realistic regional coupled model will be used, and two-way coupling as well as one-way forcing experiments will be designed, run and analysed. The position is funded for 22 months of salary, ideally starting on January 1st 2021.
The successful candidate is expected to have a PhD in physical oceanography, meteorology or air-sea interactions and, ideally, prior experience with the modelling platforms ROMS and/or WRF. This position will also require enthusiasm for collaborative work in an international team of researchers in the UK (Dr Czaja’s group) and in the USA (Profs R. Parfitt and W. Dewar’s groups).
For further information, please contact Dr Arnaud Czaja (email@example.com).
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|Name of program||Funding agency||What is funded||Who can apply||Deadline|
|Personal overseas grant PhD and Post Doc||NFR||Travel & accommodation (3-12 months)||PhD/Post Doc financed by NFR||open-ended|
|DNSZ Seed funding||DNSZ||Travel & accommodation to CAU/GEOMAR in Kiel||PhD students||June & December|
|IIASA Young Scientist Summer Program||IIASA/NFR||Travel & accommodation (3 months)||PhD students||January|
|ERASMUS+||EC||Mobility within ERASMUS network||PhD students||variable|
|The Aurora and DAAD Mobility Programmes||NFR||Travel & accommodation to France/Germany||Researchers & PhD students||September|
|Arctic Field Grant (AFG)||NFR||Funding for fieldwork in Svalbard||PhD & master students||November|
|Support for events||NFR||Support to organise conferences, workshops and seminars||Researchers & PhD students||open-ended|
|Student Entrepreneurship||NFR||Support to students with business ideas which have potential to be commercialized||PhD & master students||March|
*Programs may not have open calls every year, and deadlines may be variable. Check the website of the funding program for updated information*
Relevant non-CHESS activities
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