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How to Apply

Please send a (1) a cover letter detailing research interests, (2) a CV, and (3) the names of three references to Allison Steiner, alsteiner@umich.edu

Review of applications will begin on June 1, 2018 and will be accepted until the position is filled.

Job Summary

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position to participate on a NOAA-funded project investigating the role of in-canopy processes on biogenic VOC oxidation and the formation of organic nitrogen aerosols.  The position will be based at the University of Michigan in the Climate and Space Science and Engineering department in the research group of Professor Allison Steiner.  The project will use a one-dimensional canopy-chemistry model in conjunction with existing field campaign data to understand the role of physical and chemical in-canopy processes on biogenic VOC oxidation and aerosol formation.  The initial appointment is for one year, with the possibility for extension to a second year.

Required Qualifications*

Candidates must have received a Ph.D. in atmospheric sciences, chemistry, chemical engineering, or related fields of environmental science and engineering.  Expertise in atmospheric chemistry, including an understanding of chemical mechanisms, is required.  Programming experience is preferred, although candidates with other atmospheric chemistry experience will be considered. Applicants should have demonstrated quantitative skills and a successful publication record.

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