Jobs/funding opportunities

Here you can check out available open positions, funding and training opportunities.



Job opportunities at Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam, Germany (application closed on 11 March 2024)

The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research has launched the new Planetary Boundary Science Initiative (PBScience) where we will work in a interdisciplinary team to study the stability of the Earth System. We are building a large team of scientists with different backgrounds and are currently advertising an

Earth System Modelling position (m/f/d)
Earth Monitoring Science position (m/f/d)
Earth System Science position (m/f/d)
Atmospheric Science position (m/f/d)

More detailed descriptions can be found here. Ideally, we are looking for someone who can start as early as April or May, but later starting days are possible.

Dr Levke Caesar
Research Domain 1
tel: +49 331 288 20742

Postdoctoral researchers in Earth System Climate Modeling with AI, New York University (position open until filled)


Two Postdoctoral research associates in the area of atmospheric convection and climate in the tropics, Florida State University, USA (deadline: 1 March 2024)

The Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science (EOAS) at Florida State University seeks two highly motivated postdoctoral research associates to conduct research in the area of atmospheric convection and climate in the tropics. The successful applicants will contribute to PICCOLO, an NSF-funded project to investigate the nature, governing mechanisms, and impact of mesoscale organization of precipitation deep convective organization in the context of the Atlantic Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ).  Field observations from the ORCESTRA campaign (, in particular advanced polarimetric retrievals from the SEA-POL radar (, and numerical simulations will be used as part of this project.

Position one is on convective organization, supervised by Prof. Allison Wing in EOAS at FSU ( 

Position two is in moist thermodynamics, co-advised by Prof. Allison Wing in EOAS at FSU ( and Prof. Morgan O’Neill in the Department of Physics at the University of Toronto ( 


Postdoctoral Associate position in multiscale ocean modeling, MIT, USA

Postdoc position in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The successful applicant will work with Assistant Professor Abigail Bodner and in collaboration with Oceananigans developers at MIT, leveraging state of the art GPU-based high-resolution simulations to address fundamental open-questions on multiscale upper ocean dynamics. The project will involve running and analyzing the Oceananigans large eddy simulation, resolving scales ranging from 100km down to single meters, and applying theoretical and machine learning approaches to develop new parameterizations for General Circulation Models.
Job Requirements: PhD in geosciences, statistics, physics, engineering, or a related field at the time of the appointment. Strong background in fluid dynamics, turbulence, and/or oceanography preferred. Experience working with numerical simulations, scientific programming, and/or machine learning is an advantage.
Application instructions: please apply online via (job ID #23637) applicants are asked to send a CV, a brief statement of research interests, and the names of three references to with postdoc job in the subject.
Prospective applicants are welcome to contact me ( with any questions regarding the nature of the research to be conducted.
The initial appointment will be for one year, with the possibility of extension for up to three years. Applications will be considered upon receipt and until the position is filled.


Ocean data steward for a HORIZON EUROPE project, SOCIB, Spain (position open until filled)


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Funding Opportunities

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
Fulbrightstipendet US-Norway Fulbright Foundation Funding for research mobility to the USA PhD & master students (only for Norwegian citizens) October
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*