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PhD position in predictability of compound extreme events in the ocean (Hamburg, Germany)

University of Hamburg

The Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) is a multidisciplinary center for climate and Earth system research located in Hamburg, Germany. It is one of the premier climate science research institutes in the world. Located in the heart of one of Europe’s most livable and vibrant cities, it provides a... [Read More]

Post-doctoral researcher on air-sea modelling (Kiel, Germany)

GEOMAR

The Synergy Project WHIRLS funded by the European Research Council (ERC) researches the impacts of ocean fine-scale whirls on climate and ecosystems. WHIRLS will use a synergistic and interdisciplinary approach to study fine-scale processes across a continuum of scales (1– 100 km) and assess their impacts on air-sea exchange and... [Read More]

4-year scientific programmer in Earth system modelling (Kiel, Germany)

GEOMAR

Job opening for a 4-year scientific programmer in Earth system modelling associated with the European Research Council-funded project OSTIA. The project aims to gain process understanding of ocean heat and carbon storage under ambitious emission mitigation. The scientific programmer will work on a mesoscale-rich-ocean Earth system model. [Read More]

Postdoc position in climate dynamics (Riverside, California)

University of California Riverside

The Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of California Riverside invites applicants for a postdoctoral scholar to conduct research on the role of oceans in climate change, for instance, Southern Ocean heat uptake, in Riverside, CA. The postdoctoral scholar will have primary responsibility for performing experiments with... [Read More]

Postdoc positions in climate modeling with AI (New York)

New York University

We are inviting applications for highly motivated Postdoctoral Researchers at NYU Courant and CDS, to work on a new generation of global climate models augmented with AI, as part of the international project, M²LInES. The scientific goal of this project is to improve climate predictions by reducing climate model errors... [Read More]