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Dear colleagues,

I am looking for a postdoctoral fellow for kinetic modeling of multiphase chemistry of secondary organic aerosols and reactive oxygen species in the aqueous phase.
I appreciate if you could forward and circulate this ads to potential candidates.

Kind regards,

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All: I wanted to call your attention to the opening of a program management/program scientist position in the Earth Science Research and Analysis Program at NASA HQ:

This is now open on USAJOBS.

HQ19D0008 – U.S. Citizens

HQ19C0025 – Federal Employees

Please let us know if you have any questions about this.

Jack A. Kaye

Associate Director for Research

Earth Science Division

Science Mission Directorate

NASA Headquarters

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Dear colleagues,

Eric Kort and I are recruiting a new postdoctoral researcher with
modeling expertise to focus on regional inverse analysis of N2O.
Position description is below. Kindly pass the word if you know of any
suitable candidates. Many thanks.


Postdoctoral opening: Inverse modeling of N2O (Univ. of Minn. + Univ. of Mich.)
The Millet ( and Kort
research groups invite applications for a jointly-supervised
postdoctoral researcher. The project combines chemical transport
modeling (e.g., GEOS-Chem) with newly-collected aircraft measurements
from the GEM campaign to develop new constraints on nitrous oxide
(N2O) emissions over the central US. The successful candidate will
join as part of a larger interdisciplinary team working to better
understand greenhouse gas emissions from this key region.

Candidates should have a PhD in a related science or engineering
field. Experience with forward or inverse atmospheric modeling is
preferred. Starting date is as soon as possible.

Please email a CV, a cover letter (describing research experience,
career goals, and your fit for the position), 2-3 representative
publications, and contact information for three references to Dylan
Millet,, ATTN: Postdoctoral Search.

The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all
persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and
employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national
origin, handicap, age, veteran status, or sexual orientation. The
University is committed to excellence through diversity and strongly
encourages applications from women, minorities, and other
underrepresented groups.

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A two year postdoc position in Atmospheric Aerosol Chemistry is available at the University of Leeds.

We are looking for an exceptional researcher to work on our EXHALE project (EXploiting new understanding of Heterogeneous production of reactive species from AIRPRO: Links to haze and human health Effects), which is funded by NERC and the Newton Fund. The primary aims of the project are to quantify the production of nitrous acid (HONO) and other reactive species from aerosol surfaces and to assess the wider-scale impact of these processes across China on a range of scales using a variety of numerical models. The project consists of an interdisciplinary UK/Chinese team with complementary expertise and capabilities in both experimental and modelling aspects of atmospheric chemistry, from the Schools of Chemistry and Earth & Environment at the University of Leeds, and Chinese partners from Peking University, Nanjing University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

You will perform laboratory experiments and run state-of-the-art numerical models, in collaboration with a team of atmospheric scientists at the University of Leeds and the Chinese partner universities. As part of the project, you will participate and help organise workshops and a Summer School in China. You will also have opportunities for training in science and people management, science communication, and grant application writing, with the aim to develop a personal, independent career track.

You will have a PhD (or have submitted your thesis before taking up the role) in Chemistry, Physics, Atmospheric Science or a closely aligned discipline, together with experience in laboratory studies of aerosol/gas-phase processes and/or in running atmospheric models. You will also have excellent communication skills and the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.

Salary: Grade 7, £33,199 to £39,609 per annum

Fixed Term 24 months. Due to external funding restrictions, appointments will only be made up to £34,189 per annum.

Closing date for applications: Sunday 16th December 2018

Start date: The position is available from January 2019

For further details on the position and the application procedure see:

A detailed candidate brief is available at:

Reference MAPCH1105

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact:

Professor Dwayne Heard, Tel: +44 (0)113 343 6471, email:
Dr Lisa Whalley, Tel: + 44 (0)113 343 6594, email
Dr Steve Arnold, Tel: +44 (0)113 343 7245, email:
Professor Dominick Spracklen, Tel: +44 (0)113 343 7488, email:

Dwayne Heard,
Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry,
School of Chemistry,
University of Leeds,
LS2 9JT, UK.

Tel: 0113 343 6471
Fax: 0113 343 6401

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Postdoc in Experimental Atmospheric Aerosol and Greenhouse Gas Process Research in Los Alamos, New Mexico

Contact (M. Dubey) and/or (Allison Aiken) and/or bowse details of position and apply at LANL's job site linked below

Postdoctoral Position in Atmospheric Chemistry/Physics at NCAT

Qualifications: PhD in Experimental Atmospheric Chemistry/Physics or related areas (Environmental Chemistry, Chemical engineering, Chemistry) with experience in aerosol optical and chemical properties research and operation of smog chambers and lasers.
Other expected skills: LabVIEW programing, Igor Programing. Modeling experience will be desirable.

The selected candidate expected to conduct research, mentor and supervise graduate students, get involved in proposal writing and coordinate student training and collaborations among North Carolina A&T State University, Colorado State University, Howard University and Aerodyne. The collaborating institutions will perform research that include: (1) Controlled laboratory measurements of optical properties of biomass burning (BB) aerosols as a function of photochemical aging, burning and meteorological conditions using the NCAT facility; (2) the implementation of updated smoke emission factors and optical properties measured at NCAT in the GEOS-Chem chemical-transport model to produce better estimates of the health and climate impacts of smoke; (3) collection of filter samples of dust-smoke mixtures aboard the NOAA research vessels, to measure the optical properties of these aerosol mixtures and estimate the contributions from biomass smoke. (4) Students participation in biomass-burning related field work in summer 2019 following a visit to Aerodyne in late 2018 and 2019 to be trained on the operation of their instrumentation and installation ahead of the summer 2019 FIREEX-AQ campaign. A candidate with experience on as many of the projects listed above will receive priority.
Salary- Competitive with full benefits available to NC University System employees

Position for 1-year renewable for a second year.

For further information contact:
Solomon Bililign; Ph. D.
Professor of Physics,
North Carolina A&T State University
Greensboro, NC 27411
306 Marteena, 302 Gibbs
Phone (336)-285-2328
E-mail: or

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Dear all,

I have an open position for a postdoctoral fellow working on the effects of chlorine atoms (Cl) on atmospheric composition.The position is funded by the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Postdoctoral Program in Environmental Chemistry.

The Fellow would lead and participate in environmental chamber experiments and an ambient measurement campaign on Cl chemistry. All experimental work would utilize state-of-the-science mass spectrometric instrumentation including a FIGAERO-HR-ToF-CIMS (Filter Inlet for Gases and AEROsols coupled to a High Resolution Time of Flight Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometer).

The Fellow will be a member of Dr. Hildebrandt Ruiz’s vibrant and diverse research group and have the opportunity to participate in the group’s other active research projects including the chemistry of indoor environments, the effects of unconventional oil and gas exploration on atmospheric composition, ambient measurements in New Delhi, India, and exposure of human cells to air pollutants. The Fellow’s assignment will be in the Department of Chemical Engineering and the Center for Energy and Environmental Resources at the University of Texas at Austin, the home of several research groups focusing on outdoor and indoor air quality. The Fellow would interact with numerous other research groups at UT Austin as well as other air quality research groups in Texas.

Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, Environmental Sciences/Engineering, Atmospheric Sciences/Chemistry or a related field. Experience with chemical ionization mass spectrometry and/or other advanced mass spectrometric instrumentation is preferred. The starting date is flexible but should be before June 2019. The initial appointment will be for one year, with the expectation of renewal for at least one year upon satisfactory performance. For further information please contact Dr. Lea Hildebrandt Ruiz. To apply, please e-mail a curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, and a 1-paragraph statement of interest to Dr. Lea Hildebrandt Ruiz ( Review of application will begin immediately.
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