[Grad-postdoc-assn] Faculty position in Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Modeling - Florida State University

Maura Hagan hagan at ucar.edu
Wed Oct 15 11:09:18 MDT 2008

NCAR Fellows-
   Here's another opportunity of interest to some of you.

> Faculty position in Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Modeling
> Florida State University
> The Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies (COAPS) (http://
> www.coaps.fsu.edu) at the Florida State University (FSU) invites
> applications for a tenure earning Assistant Professor in Coupled
> Ocean-Atmosphere Modeling. The Center seeks candidates with research
> interests focusing on understanding either coastal/regional phenomena
> or large-scale climate variability and predictability. Specific
> research issues could include, but are not limited to, extreme
> events, mesoscale processes, seasonal to decadal prediction, global
> climate change and its feedback on regional climates, and climate
> scale interactions of the atmosphere with terrestrial, oceanic and/or
> cryospheric processes. Candidates with multidisciplinary interests
> (biogeochemical, fisheries ecology, hydrology) are encouraged to
> apply. The successful candidate will be expected to a) conduct state
> of the art research, b) assist in developing applications based on
> the above mentioned research activities, and c) interact with a team
> of interdisciplinary scientists. The candidate will have her/his
> tenure earning home in either the department of Meteorology or the
> department of Oceanography, depending on background, and will be
> expected to teach at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.
> COAPS is a center of excellence which promotes interdisciplinary
> research in air-sea interaction, the coupled ocean-atmosphere-land-
> ice earth system, and climate prediction on scales of weeks to
> decades in order to increase our understanding of the physical,
> social, and economical consequences of coupled ocean-atmospheric
> variations. Located in the capital city of Tallahassee, Florida, the
> Florida State University is a comprehensive, graduate-research
> university with a liberal arts base. We invite you to learn more
> about Florida State University by visiting http://www.fsu.edu.
> Please send a comprehensive vita, a statement of research interest,
> and the names and addresses of at least three scientific references
> by email to mslaton at coaps.fsu.edu by December 5, 2008. Salary and
> start-up costs are nationally competitive. A Ph.D. is required.
> The Florida State University is committed to a policy of non-
> discrimination for the university community on the basis of race,
> creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability,
> veteran’s or marital status, or any other protected group status.

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