[Wrf-users] Postdoc – Regional climate and land surface modeling

Dennis Lettenmaier dennisl at u.washington.edu
Thu Sep 29 13:55:55 MDT 2011

The University of Washington Department of Civil and Environmental 
Engineering seeks a postdoctoral researcher to participate in 
development of the land portion of the DOE-funded Regional Arctic System 
Model.  The project involves coupling the Variable Infiltration Capacity 
(VIC) model with the WRF regional climate model (and ocean and sea ice 
models) through the CCSM/CESM flux coupler.  Experience in land surface 
model development and regional climate modeling, including diagnosis of 
coupled model simulations, is desirable, as is experience in handling 
large data sets – e.g., remote sensing, gridded in situ observations, 
and multivariate spatial model output.  Proficiency in the C programming 
language and Unix experience is essential, as are strong written and 
oral communications skills in English.  A Ph.D. in hydrology or a 
closely related field is required.  Salary DOE.  Email vitae and a short 
statement of relevant experience to Professor Dennis P. Lettenmaier, 
dennisl at u.washington.edu <mailto:dennisl at u.washington.edu>.  AA/EOE.

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