[ES_JOBS_NET] graduate assistantships in Atmospheric Chemistry at U of Montana
lu.hu at mso.umt.edu
Wed Dec 20 20:18:50 MST 2017
We have two graduate assistantships available at Dept. of Chemistry at U of Montana in Missoula (see below). Please feel free to forward to any potential candidates who might be interested in spending a few years and doing exciting science in beautiful Western Montana. Thanks!
MS and PhD assistantships in Atmospheric Chemistry at University of Montana (Dept. of Chemistry) are available for Fall 2018. We are seeking two new students to join several projects: Fates of ozone in the US Arctic Tundra; Emission and chemistry of Western US wildfires; and Sources of organic pollutants from oil and gas activities. These projects involve (a) field studies of trace gas concentrations and fluxes, (b) satellite remote sensing, and (c) atmospheric chemical transport modeling. Applicants should have strong quantitative analysis and communication skills, be highly self-motivated and independent. Experience in chemistry/atmospheric science and/or data analysis would also be an asset. Please contact Dr. Hu (lu.hu at umontana.edu<mailto:lu.hu at umontana.edu>) or see http://hs.umt.edu/luhu/ for more information. Please submit application by January 15, 2018 for full consideration.
Assistant Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry
Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Univ. of Montana, Missoula, MT 59812
lu.hu at mso.umt.edu | 406-243-4231
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