Job Opportunity : Instrument Scientist / Engineer: Atmospheric Science
National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS) – Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements (FAAM)Instrument Scientist / Engineer: Atmospheric Science
Location: FAAM, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire;
Full time, fixed term for 12 months, available immediately
Job sharing arrangements can be considered
Closing date: Tuesday 02 June 2015
You will be a highly motivated individual - with a background in the physical sciences or engineering – and will work with airborne observational groups in atmospheric science, as an Instrument Research Scientist/Engineer. You will design, prepare, maintain and operate airborne research instruments for worldwide deployment.
Climate Modelling Summer School
This intensive 12-day course is aimed at advanced PhD students and post-doctoral researchers, working in the natural sciences wishing to become experts in climate modelling.
The 2015 school will take place at the University of Cambridge from Sunday September 6 - Friday September 18 2015.
Registration for the 2015 School has now closed. Applications are being reviewed and students will be contacted in due course.
Air Quality Forecast
The NCAS Air Quality Forecast (AQF) system is a research tool used by the scientific community interested in the prediction of air quality related pollutant species over the UK. It provides a three day forecast of Ozone (O3), Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) and Particulate Matter (PM2.5)
The NCAS AQF system, is operated by the Centre of Atmospheric and Instrumentation Research, University of Hertfordshire and the forecasts are publicly available. Please note that DEFRA operate the official air quality forecast system for public information in the UK.