[ES_JOBS_NET] Fwd: [Geos-chem] Carnegie Mellon postdoc opportunity

Becky Alexander beckya at uw.edu
Fri Sep 5 12:51:49 MDT 2014

GC Community: Please forward and/or apply as you see fit. Thanks. –Peter

Carnegie Mellon University’s Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies
invites applications for a potential position as a Postdoctoral Research
Scientist in the area of inverse atmospheric modeling and methane
emissions. The successful applicant will work as part of an
interdisciplinary team under the supervision of Profs. Peter Adams and Erik

The successful candidate should hold a Ph.D. degree in a field related have
experience with three-dimensional chemical transport modeling and inverse
or data assimilation methods. Experience in atmospheric chemistry modeling
is desirable but not required.

Applications including a CV, one-page research statement, and names and
contact information of three references should be emailed to Prof. Adams (
petera at andrew.cmu.edu). Review of applications will begin immediately.

Peter J. Adams
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Department of Engineering and Public Policy
Doherty Hall 2112
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

W: 412-268-5624
F: 412-268-7813
peter.adams at cmu.edu

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Becky Alexander
Associate Professor
Department of Atmospheric Sciences
University of Washington
408 ATG Building / Box 351640
Seattle, WA 98195-1640
beckya at uw.edu
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