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Job Offer: Postdoc on Bird migration detection and tracking based on polarimetric weather radar

Are you interested in the aero-ecology and tools for bird detection and tracking? Are you expert on polarimetric radars? Then maybe a postdoc position at the Météo France is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the application deadline is 15 December 2021!

main topics:

Implement, evaluate and eventually improve current weather radar bird-detection algorithms.

Implement and evaluate techniques to extrapolate the detection to areas where there is noradar data by using e.g. numerical weather prediction model data.

place: Météo France Weather Radar Centre, Toulouse, France

qualification required: Ph.D. degree in physics, mathematics, remote Sensing, meteorology or similar. Knowledge of polarimetric radars and related algorithms is considered important. A good knowledge of UNIX / LINUX and of programming languages (C, C++).

application deadline: 15 December 2021

contact person: Dr. Jordi Figueras, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Job Offer: Postdoctoral position in the field of atmospheric radar remote-sensing

 

Are you interested in the aero-ecology and tools for insect detection and tracking? Are you expert on meteorological radars? Then maybe a postdoc position at Leipzig University is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the application is open from December 2021!

main topics:

Independent research as part of an interdisciplinary team in the atmospheric remote sensing group in collaboration with colleagues in meteorology and biodiversity science.

Development of techniques to retrieve insect number concentration and insect taxonomical types from 3D video sensor observations.

Development of scattering data base of insects based on 3D insect models to simulate insect radar returns.

place: Leipzig University, Germany

qualification required: PhD in data science, atmospheric science, (radar)engineering, or a related topic. Very good command of data analysis and programming languages (e.g., Python,Matlab).

application is open from December 2021

contact person: Prof. Heike Kalesse-Los, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Job Offer: Postdoctoral position in atmospheric turbulence in mountainous terrain

 

Are you interested in observation of turbulence? Are you interested in working as a part of the ERC Consolidator Grant? Then maybe a position at University of Innsbruck is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the application deadline is 23 December 2021!

main tasks:

Understand the processes that cause differences between turbulence in flat and mountainous terrain.

Develop approaches that extend similarity theory to complex terrain.

Organize and actively participate in a number of field campaigns in Austria, including those focused on turbulence over glaciers, but also as part of the larger TEAMx programme.

place: University of Innsbruck, Austria

qualification required:  PhD in Meteorology/Atmospheric science, Fluid Dynamics or Mechanical Engineering. Active experience with field work and atmospheric field observations

application deadline: 23 December 2021

contact person:  Prof. Ivana Stiperski (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Job Offer: Permanent position at SPASCIA : Scientific engineer in atmospheric sounding from space

Are you interested in working in a multidisciplinary and experienced team on the SPASCIA? Are you interested in a cooperation with space agencies? Then maybe the position at SPACIAS is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the call is open from November 2021!

main topics:

Preparation and exploitation of infrared high spectral resolution sounding missions for the atmospheric composition.

Processing of infrared remote sensing with regards to the atmospheric composition.

Modelling of atmospheric radiative transfer and atmospheric spectroscopy.

place: France

qualification required: Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science, Earth Observation and Remote-sensing, or related fields. Demonstrated experience in infrared remote sensing and data processing. Demonstrated experience in algorithm and software development: python, Fortran/C, Linux.

Position open from November 2021

Contact person: Dr. Pascal PRUNET, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Job Offer: Postdoc position in Numerical simulations of atmospheric boundary-layer processes over complex terrain

Are you expert in numerical simulations? Are you interested in turbulent process over complex terrain? Then maybe the position at University of Trento is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the application deadline is 13 December 2021!

main topics:

Numerical simulations   of   atmospheric   boundary   layer processes   over   complex   terrain, with   the primary aim of evaluating the ability of the meteorological model to simulate thermally-driven circulations (valley winds, slope winds).

Evaluation of the influence of turbulence and land-atmosphere exchange parameterizations on model results

Work in the framework of the project “ASTER –Atmospheric boundary-layer modeling over complex terrain”.

place: University of Trento, Italy

qualification required: PhD in a relevant discipline (meteorology, physical geography, physics etc). Experience in the use of numerical meteorological models.

Application deadline: 13 December 2021

Contact person: dott. Lorenzo Giovannini (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Job Offer: Postdoc position in Modelling atmospheric transport and mixing processes over mountainous terrain

 

Are you expert in numerical simulations? Are you interested in turbulent process over complex terrain? Then maybe the position at University of Trento is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the application deadline is 15 December 2021!

main topics:

Simulation by means of numerical models the atmospheric transport and mixing processes characterizing mountain slopes in connection with thermally driven winds produced by the diurnal   cycle of nighttime cooling and daytime heating of the terrain.

Comparisons and verifications with reference datasets from either field measurements or high-resolution numerical model output.

Work in the framework of project “ASTER – Atmospheric boundary-layer modelling over complex terrain”.

place: University of Trento, Italy

qualification required: PhD in a relevant discipline (meteorology, physical geography, physics etc). Experience in the use of numerical meteorological models.

Application deadline: 15 December 2021

Contact person: Prof. Dino Zardi (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)