Postdoctoral Researcher Sun-Climate Research

Postdoctoral Researcher Sun-Climate Research

Morgan State University

Baltimore, MD, United States

Postdoctoral Researcher Sun-Climate Research

Brief Summary of Job Duties
The postdoctoral researcher will be based at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center conducting sun-climate research with data analysis and/or modeling of solar irradiance measurements from past and current sensors in space, as well as with analysis of the Earth climate data records. They will work with Goddard scientists to achieve better understanding of how solar forcing interacts with Earth climate system, and impacts of solar forcing variability on present and publish the research findings and study results in conferences and peer-reviewed journals Earth climate.

Requested Minimum Qualifications
The successful Candidate must have a PhD in Physical Sciences from an accredited college or university with 0-3 years of postdoctoral research experience.

Other Preferences for Consideration
• Good understanding of Earth system science, solar irradiance measurements, as well as principles, theories, concepts and techniques in radiative transfers in the atmosphere.
• Good communication skills and self‐motivation.
• Knowledge of important science questions in sun‐climate research.
• Demonstrated research experience with a record of peer‐reviewed scientific publications.

To Apply
All interested applicants must apply online using the following link

As required by the 1986 Immigration Act, applicants should be prepared to present acceptable documentation showing their identities, U.S. citizenship or alien status and their authorization to work in the United States.

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