The Jaffe research team is looking for one or two post-doctoral fellows in Atmospheric Chemistry to join our team!
We have several projects in the coming year that will involve modeling (photochemical box modeling, machine learning/statistical modeling, etc.) and interpretation of large datasets and possibly new measurements (including measurements from low-cost sensors).
- One project is focused on understanding impacts of smoke on the urban photochemical environment and will use both photochemical box and statistical models.
- The second project is focused on interpretation of large-scale atmospheric chemistry datasets applied to a variety of scales (e.g., EPA data, NOAA data, Mt. Bachelor observations, low-cost sensor networks, and/or satellite data). We are also working with a variety of low-cost PM and gas sensors, with a particular emphasis on indoor AQ to understand how smoke, cooking, and major freeways impact indoor air.
All skill sets are welcome to apply. We would like to identify a suitable candidate as soon as possible but will consider any student within a year of graduation.
Please forward the linked information to any relevant candidates. Thank you!