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Fully funded PhD; High resolution WRF

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Dear all:

We have an opening for a fully funded PhD position at Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey, USA for Fall 2022.
The recruited PhD student will work on the modeling of urban weather conditions in New York City area using the WRF model to study urban feedback and its impact on extreme precipitation. The model will be coupled with urban schemes and used to simulation high resolution precipitation and its spatial distribution with a focus on New York city metropolitan area.
Applicants should demonstrate the following:
- Background in atmospheric science, engineering, or related fields
- Proficiency with the WRF model
- Strong coding skills
- Previous publications (published or accepted)
Interested candidates should email their applications to Dr. Marouane Temimi:
Th candidate will work with a team of researchers and graduate students at the Davidson Lab ( the iSMART lab ( at Stevens Institute of Technology. The candidate will have the opportunity to interact with several end-users and partners in New York City region.
Applications should include a cover letter, resume, transcripts (optional), 2 to 3 references, and copies of publications or examples of previous projects and achievements related to the topics.
Applications will be reviewed immediately. Positions will remain open until filled. While we thank all applicants, we will only contact shortlisted candidates for interviews.

Kind regards,

Marouane Temimi
Associate Professor
Department of Civil, Environmental, and Ocean Engineering (CEOE)
Stevens Institute of Technology
New Jersey, USA