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Two Tenure Track Positions
FAC001997: Assistant Professor - Climate Dynamics and Modeling
The position is within the Presidential Frontier Faculty program. The Presidential Frontier Faculty program is a university-wide integrated interdisciplinary hiring campaign that is overseen by central university leadership, and encompasses hiring a large cohort of convergence research faculty to work on health, energy, sustainability and security.
This position seeks a researcher who can bring a multidisciplinary and externally funded research program in the field of climate modeling and climate dynamics with an emphasis on the ecological and societal effects of changing climates. Areas of expertise may include but are not limited to: Earth system modeling, large-scale and/or regional climate dynamics, terrestrial-marine-atmospheric interactions, clouds in the climate system, climate change and precipitation, boundary layer dynamics, and/or attribution science.
Applications received by November 1, 2021, will receive the fullest consideration, but the search will continue until the position is filled. Any questions about this position should be addressed to the search committee chair, Dr. Yuxuan Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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FAC002063: Assistant Professor - Tropical Meteorology including Cloud and Precipitation Physics and Chemistry
This position request seeks a dynamic researcher and educator who can establish an externally funded research program in the field of Atmospheric Dynamics. This position is open to candidates whose research interest may cover any spatial scale in the climate system. Candidates with modeling and/or experimental background are encouraged to apply.
Areas of expertise may include but are not limited to: regional climate including boundary layer dynamics, extreme climate events as well as attribution science, aerosol-climate interactions including aerosol-precipitation interactions, cloud and precipitation physics and chemistry in a changing climate, dynamics associated with rain formation ranging from the local scale (e.g., urban heat island effect) to the large scale (e.g., tropical storm research).
Applications received by January 3, 2022, will receive the fullest consideration, but the search will continue until the position is filled. Any questions about this position should be addressed to the search committee chair, Dr. Bernhard Rappenglueck (email@example.com).
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If you have any general questions about these positions, the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, or University of Houston, please contact Dr. Tom Lapen, department chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.