ALL POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED!
Multiple postdoctoral research positions are available as part of a
multi-institution Climate Process Team (CPT) on Ocean Transport and Eddy
Energy. The CPT aims to survey, improve, and unify new advances in energy-,
flow-, and scale-aware parameterizations of mesoscale eddies, in process
studies and global ocean models; constrain parameters and parameterized fluxes
through a synthesis of up-to-date observations of ocean energetics and
transport; and implement and assess schemes within IPCC-class climate models at
NCAR, NOAA-GFDL, and DOE-LANL. The expectation is that modernized,
energetically-consistent mesoscale eddy parameterizations will significantly
reduce climate model biases in ocean currents, stratification, and transport.
- New York University (Supervised by Laure Zanna): Diagnose energy budgets from
high-resolution simulations; unify buoyancy and tracer closures; assessment
and parameterization of vertical energy structure; parameterization of the grey
More information and application at https://apply.interfolio.com/68119.
- University of Colorado, Boulder (Supervised by Ian Grooms): Assessment of 2D
eddy energy equation; parameterization of eddy energy transport;
parameterizing dissipation in the eddy energy equation.
More information is available at https://jobs.colorado.edu/jobs/JobDetail/?jobId=20799.
- Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (Supervised by Sylvia Cole):
Characterizing scale-dependent EKE from observations; quasi-3D eddy buoyancy
and momentum statistics from observations; analysis of vertical eddy structure
in observations; synthesis of observations.
More information and application at https://careers.whoi.edu/opportunities/view-all-openings/science-research/ (position 19-08-09).
- Princeton University (Supervised by Alistair Adcroft): Implementation and
assessment of extant parameterizations of mesoscale eddies in process,
idealized and global ocean models; consistent and optimized formulation of
closures; development and assessment of improved and unified closures;
evaluation of new closures in climate models.
More information and application at https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/13701.
Applications must include a cover letter, a CV with a list of publications, a
statement of research interests, and contact information of 3 references.
Applicants wishing to be considered for positions in multiple institutions
should indicate this in their cover letter, and submit a separate application
to each position of interest. For more information email Laure Zanna
(mailto:email@example.com), or any of the collaborating PIs listed above.