Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research

Vacancies

We have two open 3-year PhD positions for the new ITN project EDIPI (european weather Extremes: DrIvers, Predictability and Impacts), deadline for each is 30 April 2021:

 

PhD student in extreme weather events, with a focus on cumulative risks of extreme windstorms

 

The PhD project aims at a better understanding of the cumulative risks from extreme windstorms in a changing climate.
Detailed information can be found HERE.

 

IMK-TRO contact: Prof. Joaquim Pinto (joaquim.pintoδkit.edu)

 

PhD student in extreme weather events, with a focus on the agricultural sector

 

The PhD project aims at a better understanding of impacts of extreme weather on the agricultural sector in a changing climate.
Detailed information can be found HERE.

 

IMK-TRO contact: Dr. Julia Mömken (julia.moemkenδkit.edu).
First published 18.03.2021

 

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