A 2 year Research Associate post in the Department of Chemistry is available to work on the GloSAT project to extend the historical climate record back into the 18th century. Part time working over 3 years and job sharing will also be considered. You will work with Professor K Cowtan, an interdisciplinary data scientist working in fields including structural biology and climate science. The climate group is a new one, however you will benefit from contacts with the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratory in the same department, from proximity to the Department of Environment and Geography, and from Professor Cowtan’s network of contacts in the climate field.
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You will conduct research projects, specifically to:
Where appropriate you will:
Interview date: week commencing 10/08/20
For informal enquiries: please contact Professor Kevin Cowtan on firstname.lastname@example.org
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