The Institute of Marine Sciences of the National Research Council (CNR-ISMAR, Italy) is offering a fellowship for conducting research activities at the Unit of Lerici (La Spezia, Italy), related to the Project CARTHE-III..
The focus of the fellowship is the “Development and application of Lagrangian analysis techniques aimed at studying (sub)mesoscale surface dynamics and implications for 3D passive transport”.
The research fellow would join a highly experienced group in Lagrangian methods and will participate to the analysis of unique and interesting datasets that should result in a valuable set of publications. Collected datasets include massive drifter deployments in the Gulf of Mexico during two large field campaigns. The position includes travels abroad for conferences and project meetings. PhD is not strictly required, but it will be considered title of preference if related to the topic of the announcement.
The duration of the fellowship is one year (renewable).
Please visit the full job announcement (below) for more details.