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Graduate Students:


We are always looking for motivated and creative graduate students to join the research group. Prospective students should submit their application to the Graduate Program in Atmospheric Sciences following these instructions. In your statement, indicate your interest in joining Prof. Karamperidou's research group. Admitted students are encouraged to contact Prof. Karamperidou by email to inquire about open positions and available funding.

Undergraduate Students:


Undergraduate students interested in assisting in research projects or conducting research for an undergraduate thesis are encouraged to contact Prof. Karamperidou by email to discuss opportunities. Students are also encouraged to search the SECE website for available paid research positions with the group. 

Postdoctoral Positions:

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.: 

Postdoc qualifications:

  • 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

  • strong coding skills

  • 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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