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德国莱布尼兹-波茨坦气候影响研究所(PIK)博士后职位

时间:2019-06-05来源:中国博士人才网 作者:佚名

招聘简介:

  “气候需要聪明的头脑。波茨坦气候影响研究所(PIK)解决了全球变化、气候影响和可持续发展领域的关键科学问题。它是该领域的世界领先研究机构之一,为世界各地的自然科学家和社会科学家提供了一个良好的跨学科研究的鼓舞人心的环境。

  对于复杂性科学系的“基于网络和机器学习的极端事件预测”研究小组,PIK正在提供

  1个PostDoc位置(m/f/d)

  从2019年9月1日开始,在地球科学数据分析和建模领域,重点关注亚马逊雨林。

  (职位编号:职位-24-2019)

  成功的候选人将是欧盟资助的H2020项目“地球系统的转折点”(TIPES)的一部分,并将致力于亚马逊雨林对持续的人为气候变化的恢复能力。该职位的资助期为3年。薪酬符合德国公共关税计划(TV-L勃兰登堡),薪酬类别E 13。这是一个全职(100%)职位,每周工作40小时。该职位可兼职填补。

  英文原文:

  “The climate needs bright minds. The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) addresses crucial scientific questions in the fields of global change, climate impacts and sustainable development. It is one of the world’s leading research institutions in its field and offers natural and social scientists from around the world an inspiring environment for excellent interdisciplinary research.

秒速时时彩投注平台   For the research group “Network- and machine-learning-based prediction of extreme events” at the Department of Complexity Science PIK is offering

  1 Postdoc Position (m/f/d)

  in the field of geoscientific data analysis and modelling with focus on the Amazon rainforest, starting on 01.09.2019.

秒速时时彩投注平台   (Position number: Postdoc Position-24-2019)

  The successful candidate will be part of the EU-funded H2020 project “Tipping Points of the Earth System” (TiPES), and will work on the resilience of the Amazon rainforest to ongoing anthropogenic climate change。 The position is funded for 3 years。 Remuneration is in accordance with the German public tariff scheme (TV-L Brandenburg), salary group E 13。 This is a full-time (100%) position with a working time of 40 hours per week。 The position can be filled on a part-time basis。

  The TiPES Project:

  Several subsystems of the Earth may respond abruptly at critical future levels of anthropogenic forcing, which have been associated with tipping points (TPs)。 It is paramount to identify safe operating spaces in terms of these critical forcing levels, in order to prevent harmful transitions to alternative, undesirable states of the Earth and its subsystems。 The mechanisms leading to abrupt climate transitions are only partly understood, and reliable warning signals for forthcoming transitions are urgently needed。 TiPES addresses these questions in a joint effort of 18 European institutions, combining paleoclimatology, time series analysis, Earth system modelling of past and future climates, applied mathematics and dynamical system theory, as well as decision theory。

  Key responsibilities:

  The successful candidate will be part of work package WP3 of the TiPES project, which focusses on the analysis and modelling of potential tipping elements (TEs) in the Earth system。 Specifically, the candidate will be expected to work on quantification of the stability of the Amazon rainforest in view of anthropogenic climate change and deforestation, and on the coupled dynamics of the Amazon ecosystem with South American climate as well as with other proposed Earth system TEs。 For this purpose, the candidate is expected to use both data-driven methods and intermediate-complexity Earth system models with integrated vegetation dynamics。

  Requirements:

  Ph。D。 in physics, mathematics, meteorology, geosciences or a related field

  Experience in dynamical / complex system theory and in working with large data sets is required

  Excellent skills in programming and numerical / statistical analysis of simulated and observed data are required

  Experience in working with intermediate-complexity Earth system models, and in marticular in modelling atmosphere-vegetation interactions, is of advantage

  Willingness to travel for work (project meetings, workshops, and longer-term research visits) and take part in further training

  High level of competence in oral and written English

  We offer:

  The chance to be part of a interdisciplinary collaboration of leading European research institutions

  Participation at international workshops and conferences

  A stimulating working environment in an internationally recognised research institute on Potsdam’s beautiful, historic Telegrafenberg campus, a short commuting distance from Berlin

秒速时时彩投注平台   A collective pay scheme and associated benefits

  PIK seeks to increase the share of women in scientific positions and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply. In cases of equal qualification and within the given legal scope, women will be given preference. Applications by persons with a migration background are expressly encouraged. Applications of disabled persons with equal qualifications will be regarded favourably. PIK also encourages applications by parents returning from parental leave.

  Please send your full application (including cover letter, CV with list of publications, contact details of two referees, Master and PhD certificates) as a single PDF document by Email (Reference: Postdoc Position-24-2019), quoting the position number given above and mentioning where you read about the position by 16.06.2019 at the latest to bewerbung@pik-potsdam.de. The size of the file should not exceed 15 MB.

  For further information or to discuss the position please contact Dr. Niklas Boers by Email: boers@pik-potsdam.de."

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