Vacancy No. 07-2020 IMK-ASF
PhD thesis: "Нigh-energy Electron Precipitation into the atmosphere: an assessment based on balloon-borne observations and model calculations"
In the frame of the project HEPIC funded by the German Research Organisation DFG in cooperation with the University of St Petersburg (Russia) you will carry out model simulations to investigate the impact of geomagnetic storms on the atmospheric composition and dynamics, and surface climate. Energetic particle precipitation, e.g., related to geomagnetic storms, contributes to natural climate variability, and is considered in model simulations of past and future climate. However there are still large uncertainties in the quantification of its impact. To investigate this, you will set up model experiments in cooperation with our Russian partners, analyse results regarding the impact on composition, dynamics and surface climate, and publish results.
You have a master in meteorology, physics or geophysics, or comparable degree, communicate well in English, and are willing to travel to our cooperation partner in St Petersburg. A sound knowledge of atmospheric physics and chemistry and good programming skills are advantageous.
Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research - Atmospheric Trace Gases and Remote Sensing (IMK-ASF)
limited to 3 years
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