Postdoc in UV Irradiance Modeling, LASP, University of Colorado, Boulder
The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) at the University of Colorado in Boulder has a postdoctoral research associate position available in the field of physical modeling of the ultraviolet (UV) solar irradiance. This is a one year appointment, renewable for up to three years contingent upon available funding and satisfactory performance.
He/she will participate in the physical modeling of the currently observed solar irradiance variations, with primary emphasis in the UV range, and development of physics-based operational tools (using C++ and OO code) for forecasting these irradiance variations. Topics of current interest include observation and modeling of the solar electromagnetic radiation at all wavelengths (UV, visible, and IR) for understanding the solar spectral and total irradiance on Earth and diagnostics of the solar physical processes, and for studying their effects on Earth and other planetary atmospheres.
For a full job description, requirements, and application information, please visit: http://lasp.colorado.edu/employment/science/uv_irr_model_fontenla.html. Questions can be sent to Dr. Juan Fontenla at: email@example.com.
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