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New job offers from the PROBE network: August 2023

PhD on vertical profiling methods in the atmospheric boundary layer

Are you interested in working within the German-wide virtual Hans-Ertel Centre for Weather Research? Are you interesting in weather forcast models? Then maybe a Ph.D. position at Bonn University is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the application is open from August 2023!

main topics:

Carry out original research work on the topic of vertical profiling in the atmospheric boundary layer.

Develop and evaluate novel data acquisition from Uncrewed Aerial Systems (UAS) for wind speed and turbulence.

Assimilate the profile observations into ICON-D2

place: The Rheinische Fridrich-Wilhelms-Universit├Ąt Bonn, Germany

qualification required: University degree (MSc or equivalent) in meteorology, physics, or similar discipline. Technical programming knowledge. Experience in environmental measurement technology and sensors, Raspberry Pi, Arduino.

application is open from August 2023

contact person: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Esters (Tel.: 0228 73-60694).

link: https://www.egu.eu/jobs/5106/phd-on-vertical-profiling-methods-in-the-atmospheric-boundary-layer-at-university-of-bonn/

PostDoc in boundary layer and mountain meteorology

Are you interested in working within the German-wide virtual Hans-Ertel Centre for Weather Research? Are you interested in modelling of turbulence? Then maybe a scientist position at Goethe University Frankfurt is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the application deadline is 31 August 2023!

main topics:

Boundary layer and mountain meteorology with a focus on the development of innovative, scale-adaptive methods for parameterizing turbulence and clouds in the atmospheric boundary layer in numerical weather prediction models.

Probabilistic representation of ABL convection in transitional regimes and intercomparison of ABL schemes.

contribute to the further development of our recently developed unified turbulence parameterization scheme, implementation of stochastic methods and evaluation of the unified ABL scheme.

place: Institute of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences of the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

qualification required: Proven experience in modeling and analysis of atmospheric phenomena, preferably in the area of boundary layer and large-eddy simulation. Experience with physical parameterization, in particular turbulence or convection parameterization, and model evaluation using observations is highly desired. Strong organizational and programming skills.

application deadline: 31 August 2023

contact person: Julian Quimbayo-Duarte (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

PostDoc in DOAS remote sensing from aircraft and remote island mountain tops

Are you interested in beeing part of nation-wide project focused on air quality? Are you interested in remote sensing? Then maybe a scientist position at University of Colorado Boulder is a great opportunity for you!

Check out the call below, the application is open from August 2023!

main topics:

Supervise the CU Airborne Multi Axis DOAS instrument deployment aboard a NOAA aircraft (incl. Doppler lidar, albedo sensors).

Conduct data analysis to quantify urban NOx emissions by mass balance.

Examine the impact of marine emissions (e.g., iodine) on urban oxidants and ozone photochemistry; and explore opportunities to integrate in situ as well as satellite data (TROPOMI, TEMPO) into the analysis.

place: Institute of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences of the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

qualification required: Ph.D. in physics, chemistry, atmospheric sciences, environmental engineering, or a related discipline. Skills in the design, operation, and troubleshooting of custom-built optical instruments, preferably MAX-DOAS , as well as experience with LabVIEW, are desirable. Computer programming skills, preferably including radiative transfer modeling and/or complex data analysis.

application is open from August 2023

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