Current open MS/PhD positions exist on the following NSF-funded projects (beginning Fall 2022/Spring 2023/Fall 2023):
Machine learning models of tropical cyclogenesis under various climate change and climate variability scenarios.
Tropical influences on atmospheric blocking in past, present and future climates.
Response of the upper tropical Pacific Ocean to greenhouse gas forcing.
Please fill in this form to apply for open MS/PhD positions in the research group.
MS/PhD candidate qualifications:
B.S./M.S. degree in atmospheric/environmental science, engineering, computer science or closely related fields.
Strong oral and written communication skills and academic performance records.
The successful applicants must complete the UHM Graduate Division application process and be accepted into the UHM Atmospheric Sciences MS/Ph.D. program.
Preference will be given to candidates with experience in python coding.
Please contact Dr. Karamperidou via email to inquire about open positions at the postdoctoral level.
There are always opportunities to collaborate in your application to any of the national fellowship programs for postdoctoral research, e.g.:
We would be excited to host you at UH!
a PhD degree in atmospheric science, environmental science, physics, engineering, or closely related fields,
strong oral and written communication skills,
strong publication record, and demonstrated strong work ethic
the ability to work independently and collaboratively.
experience running weather forecasting and/or global climate models.
Preference will be given to applicants with experience running weather forecasting and/or global climate models, and applicants with machine learning experience.
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