[ES_JOBS_NET] Research assistant professor on air quality modeling and data assimilation, George Mason University

Christine Wiedinmyer christin at ucar.edu
Fri Aug 15 11:28:51 MDT 2014

Dear colleagues,

The Center for Spatial Sciences and Systems (CSISS) at George Mason 
University calls for applications to fill a research assistant professor 
position on chemical data assimilation and remote sensing. We seek a 
scientist interested in developing a long-term research program that 
leverages the existing space science, geoinformatics, and earth science 
modeling facilities and personnel at CSISS and its collaborating 

The successful candidates will meet the following minimum requirements:

-PhD degree in remote sensing, atmospheric sciences, or marine sciences;

-Demonstrated experience in satellite remote sensing and chemical 
transport modeling;

-Demonstrated experience in assimilating satellite and ground 
observations to improve air quality and emission modeling;

-Demonstrated ability to work independently and cooperatively within a 
team as an effective team member;

-Demonstrated scientific writing and technical presentation skills.

-Demonstrated potential to obtain extramural funding.

The new hire will be supported by existing grants and is encouraged to 
raise additional support through external grants. Salary is commensurate 
with qualification and experience. Qualified candidates should send 
curriculum vitae (with contact information), copy of transcripts, 
statement of research interests, and the names and contact information 
of three references to Dr. Daniel Tong (_qtong at gmu.edu)_. Review of the 
applications will begin on September 10, 2014 and will continue until 
the position is filled.  GMU career website at 
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