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 Postdoc Opportunity – "Space Weather Data, Modeling and Forecasting" from Georgia Tech
 AGS (African Geophysical Society) Newsletter - Vol.2 No.004 - 21 April 2019 (read it)
 Postdoc Opportunity – "Space Weather Data Modeling, Forecasting and Data/Model Analytics"
at Georgia Tech
We are seeking a postdoctoral scholar in the field of space weather forecasting. Hooray science!
Our project combines significant data analytics, including machine learning and high performance computing, taking a broad view of dynamics of the space weather environment. We will be working with a large team including collaborators at several other institutions. We want you to publish papers, present at conferences, & work with PhD students.
The position can begin as early as 01-June but we have some flexibility. We expect this will last 18 months with a possible additional year. Benefits will be competitive – salary significantly higher than the national average for postdocs. Employee and health care benefits are provided.
This is a fun and exciting opportunity on a fun and collaborative team, so if this is for you, please apply!
Bonus points if you can complete this lame joke: Why doesn't the Sun go to college?
Ready to apply? Send a CV, letter of interest, and names of two references. We’ll review applications starting 01-May and until the position is filled.
Send by Morris B. Cohen
 AGS (African Geophysical Society) Newsletter - Vol.2 No.004 - 21 April 2019
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