Chris Moore, PhD
Division of Atmospheric Sciences
Desert Research Institute, Reno, NV
Do you know of anyone who might be interested in a postdoctoral position in air quality modeling? The group I work in at Utah State University is focused on energy and the environment. We are located in Vernal, an area of intensive oil and gas development, and a lot of our work revolves around high wintertime ozone we experience here during some winters. We are looking for someone with sufficient experience in WRF and CAMx (and/or CMAQ) to hit the ground running. The position would entail modeling inversion meteorology and winter ozone production. This is a relatively new area of study, and the work promises to be very scientifically and politically relevant, including opportunities not just to publish in peer-reviewed journals, but also to provide information relevant to and participate in SIP development and other regulatory processes.
The position is in Vernal, UT — a very rural area. Due to this, we are prepared to offer an extremely competitive compensation package to the right candidate.
I’ve attached a short position announcement. If you could pass this information along to anyone you know of that might be interested, I would appreciate it.
Thanks a lot.
Seth Lyman, PhD
Director, Bingham Research Center
Office of Commercialization and Regional Development
Utah State University
320 N. Aggie Blvd.
Vernal, UT 84078
Information about our group can be found here, though I have to apologize that our website is pretty bare-bones right now. We are a very new group, and the website is still a work in progress: