Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research

Jobs

PostDoc position in project "GULFimpact"

 

We invite applications for a three-year PostDoc position investigating the impact of air-sea interaction in the Gulfstream region on the large-scale circulation in the North Atlantic region. The project will be in close collaboration with ETH Zurich in Switzerland. More information in the attached PDF.

 

For questions please contact Dr Christian Grams, gramsδkit.edu, Large-scale Dynamics and Predictability
First published 04.03.2021

 

PostDoc position for "(Sub-seasonal) Weather Prediction for the Energy Sector" in collaboration with AXPO Solutions AG, Switzerland

 

We invite applications for a two-year PostDoc position investigating the representation and forecast skill of the large-scale circulation in operational ensemble prediction systems for applications in the energy sector in a collaborative project with AXPO Solutions AG, Switzerland. More information in the attached PDF.

 

For questions please contact Dr Christian Grams, gramsδkit.edu, Large-scale Dynamics and Predictability
First published 26.02.2021

 

PhD student for the project "Improving the turbulent flux parameterization in regional and global climate modeling systems.

 

PhD student for the project "Improving the turbulent flux parameterization in regional and global climate modelling systems by extending the classic Monin-Obukhov Similarity Theory with Artificial Neural Networks", funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). 

More information you will find here: Job_description.pdf

 

If you have any further questions, please ask Dr. Marcus Breil, marcus.breil@kit.edu

 

Unsolicited applications are welcome!
 
The institute is looking for dedicated and skilled junior scientists with a specialization in atmospheric sciences (meteorology, physics) for various projects of a research program of the Helmholtz Association. Qualified graduates are offered the opportunity to get a doctor degree. Motivated postdoc scientists will find an excellent research environment for a career in research and teaching. The main activities offered are in the field of development and application of new high-resolution regional models for weather prediction, the composition of the atmosphere, and climate change. Further interesting activites are given by the institute's participation in international field campaigns with the meteorological multi-sensor facility KITcube.
 

Initiativbewerbungen werden erbeten an Prof. Corinna Hoose.