at the University of Minnesota has an opening for a postdoctoral researcher.
The successful candidate will work as part of an interdisciplinary team to
advance scientific understanding and predictability of the transport and fate
a herbicide that has
been implicated in the unintended damage of millions of acres of crops and
native vegetation, apparently due to drift from nearby sprayed fields. This position will be funded for a period of up
to two years.
should have a PhD in a related science or engineering field. Expertise in one
or more of the following areas would be a significant asset: trace gas
measurements, chemical transport modeling, Large Eddy Simulations, and hands on
experience with the Weather Research and Forecasting model.
University of Minnesota offers a number of high-quality career development
resources for postdocs, for example through the
Postdoctoral Association for Advocacy, Career Development, and Networking (http://www.pda.umn.edu) and the “Preparing Future Faculty” program (http://ift.tt/2n4MYUu).
Please email a CV, a cover letter
describing research experience, career goals, your fit for the position, 2-3
representative publications, and contact information for two references to Tim
Griffis, email@example.com, ATTN: