[ES_JOBS_NET] PhD opportunities in atmospheric science at Johns Hopkins University

Scot Miller scot.m.miller at gmail.com
Mon Nov 13 11:21:30 MST 2017

Dr. Scot Miller is recruiting PhD students to start in the fall of 2018 at
Johns Hopkins University.

Scot's research group focuses on atmospheric modeling, greenhouse gases,
and estimating/verifying emissions from local to national scales. Existing
research projects focus on global change in the Arctic, greenhouse gas
emissions from agriculture, and emissions from energy industries (e.g.,
coal, oil, and natural gas). This research also utilizes high performance
computing and tools for big data.

Scot is an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Health
and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University (
https://engineering.jhu.edu/ehe/faculty/scot-miller/). The department
encompasses a wide variety of environmental disciplines, and there are many
opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. For example, there are
faculty and researchers who are experts in atmospheric science, public
health, environmental economics, and public policy. Scot also has an
appointment in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.

Anyone interested should email Scot directly (smill191 at jhu.edu). The
department web site also has more information about the PhD program:
https://ehe.jhu.edu/. Specific information about the application can also
be found here: https://ehe.jhu.edu/graduate/graduate-program-list.html. The
application deadline is December 10 for the PhD program in Geography and
Environmental Engineering.
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