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PhD position available at Technische Universität Berlin

Otto, Marco, Dr.

Dear Cryolist-Members

 

The Technische Universität Berlin (TUB), Department of Ecology, Chair of Climatology offers a PhD position.

 

Working field:

Execution of numerical model simulations for atmospheric processes in Central and High Asia. Provision of data products as input data for an externally developed dynamic landslide susceptibility model with integrated risk analysis. Data products include the analysis results of spatially and temporally aggregated 3d and 4d grid­ded data. In addition to analytical research tasks, the applicant must also carry out administrative tasks at the computational cluster of the Chair of Climatology.

 

Requirements:

Successfully completed university degree (Master, Diplom or equivalent) in the environmental sciences; knowledge of and experience with UNIX/Linux operating systems, shell programming, numerical models of atmospheric processes, as well as with climate data are prerequisites for this position. In addition, basic knowledge of scientific pro­gramming with IDL, Python or similar programming languages is required. It is desirable to have experience in working with the WRF model, weather forecast (hindcast) and NWP standard procedures, as well as to have knowledge of climatological research in Asia.

 

 

The announcement can be viewed on the TUB homepage:

< https://tub.stellenticket.de/de/offers/41047/standard/ >.

 

Regards

Marco Otto

 

Research Assistant

Technische Universität Berlin

Faculty VI - Planning Building Environment

Institute of Ecology

Rothenburgstrasse 12, D-12165 Berlin

Germany

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<www.klima.tu-berlin.de>

<www.tu-berlin.de>


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