[ES_JOBS_NET] Atmospheric Chemistry postdoc at MIT

Colette L. Heald heald at mit.edu
Fri Apr 19 06:46:01 MDT 2019

Colette Heald to investigate secondary aerosol formation and their 
impact on climate. This project will investigate the formation of 
secondary marine aerosol, use observations to support the development of 
new model schemes, and investigate the impact of these aerosol on 
estimated aerosol radiative forcing. The candidate will join a diverse 
research group at MIT which studies the composition and chemistry of the 
global atmosphere and the interactions of these with air quality and 
climate (healdgroup.mit.edu). Major goals and responsibilities of the 
position include developing, implementing, testing, and applying new 
schemes for marine aerosol formation in the Community Earth System Model 
(CESM) and presenting results at scientific conferences and preparing 
papers for scholarly journals.

REQUIREMENTS: a PhD in atmospheric science, engineering, physics, 
chemistry, or related field, experience with global or regional modeling 
of atmospheric chemistry, highly effective oral and written 
communication skills, and the ability to work as part of a research team.

The position has an anticipated start date of September 1, 2019, but 
timing is negotiable. Initial appointment is for one year, with possible 
renewal for second year depending upon performance. Additional details 
about the position are available by contacting Professor Colette Heald 
at heald at mit.edu.

In addition to applying online (https://tinyurl.com/y2srthtd), 
applicants should send a single pdf including cover letter, CV, and 
contact information for 3 references directly to Professor Heald. 
Applicants will be reviewed as received; applications received after 
June 28, 2019 will not be considered.



Colette L. Heald, Professor

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Science

MIT, Cambridge, MA 02139

heald at mit.edu | http://healdgroup.mit.edu | tel: 617-324-5666

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