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[beasiswa] [INFO] Post-Doctoral and Researcher vacancies at Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, GERMANY


Please find herewith the information regarding several vacancies for Post Doc
and Researcher posts in Postdam, Germany.
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The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) offers research
positions – subject to final authorization of project funds. Applications should
be send to Johann Grüneweg, Email:grueneweg [at] pik-potsdam.de (Postal address
see below).
The successful applicants will be involved in the research on climate change
mitigation and adaptation policies. This research activity is led by the
Research Domain Sustainable Solutions chaired by Prof. Dr. Ottmar Edenhofer, who
also serves as IPCC Co-chair of Working Group III on Mitigation of Climate
Change.
PIK is an internationally renowned research institution in the areas of climate
change, climate policy and climate economics, and provides excellent support for
developing a career in these areas. As a leading institution on integrated
assessment modeling of climate change, PIK provides successful applicants the
opportunity to participate in a series of international comparison studies.
Please visit our homepage at
www.pik-potsdam.de/research/research-domains/sustainable-solutions

We offer four Postdoc positions. Salary is according to E13 TV-L. Fluency in
English and demonstrated potential for excellence in research is requested from
all applicants for the Postdoc positions.
1. Postdoc (ref. ap/01, 2 years; prospective initial date: January 2011)
Climate change mitigation, adaptation, and the land system
This position involves the further development, calibration and implementation
of a global landuse-economy-energy-climate-model framework. The model will be
applied to assess various climate change adaptation and mitigation options,
sustainable pathways of land and water use in the 21st century, and the future
energy mix. Background in applied economics (agricultural, resource, development
economics), human geography, applied mathematics or physics is needed;
experience in economic modeling is helpful.
For further information, contact Dr. Alexander Popp (popp [at]
pik-potsdam.de).

2. Postdoc (ref. ek/01, 2 years; prospective initial date: January 2011)
Socio-economic impact assessment
This position is linked to the EU project on the Impact Quantification of Global
Changes. Based on the integrated assessment model REMIND, global change impacts
on different socio-economic sectors have to be explored in a variety of
scenarios without adaptation. A particular focus will be on the integration of
cross-sectoral damage functions and the treatment of uncertainty about future
climate damages. This position requires expertise in advanced quantitative
methods and a background in environmental sciences, physics, economics, or a
related field with a strong interest for inter-disciplinary research; experience
in programming (preferably with GAMS) is an advantage.
For further information, contact Dr. Elmar Kriegler (kriegler [at]
pik-potsdam.de).

3. Postdoc (ref. ek/02, 3 years; prospective initial date: January 2011)

Integrated assessment model comparison
This position is linked to the EU project on Robust Assessment of Climate
Mitigation Pathways and Costs. The successful applicant will assist in the
scientific coordination of the project in responsible position, with a
particular focus on managing and analyzing an integrated assessment model
comparison exercise. She or he will also work with the coupled
energy-economy-climate model REMIND at PIK to upgrade its regional and sectoral
specification. This position requires expertise in advanced quantitative
methods, a background in environmental sciences, physics, economics, or a
related field with a strong interest for inter-disciplinary research, good
managerial and social skills, and the ability to work independently; experience
in programming (preferably with GAMS) is an advantage.
For further information, contact Dr. Elmar Kriegler (kriegler [at]
pik-potsdam.de).

4. Postdoc (ref. ek/03, 2 years; prospective initial date: as soon as possible)
Climate mitigation and energy scenario development
This position is linked to the international project Roadmaps towards
Sustainable Energy Future. The successful applicant will work with the coupled
energy-economy-climate model REMIND at PIK to develop a multi-run environment
and explore a large space of mitigation scenarios. She or he will also strongly
contribute to the work in the project. This position requires expertise in
advanced quantitative methods, a background in environmental sciences, physics,
economics, or a related field with a strong interest for inter-disciplinary
research, and the ability to work independently; experience in
programming(preferably with GAMS) is an advantage.
For further information, contact Dr. Elmar Kriegler (kriegler [at]
pik-potsdam.de).

The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research seeks to increase the number
of women in those areas where they are underrepresented and therefore explicitly
encourages women to apply. Applications of disabled persons with equal
qualifications will be favourably regarded.
Applicants should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, certificates,
relevant publications, and a letter of recommendation. Please understand that we
only send back the documents, if an addressed and post-payed envelope is
attached.

Deadline for Applications: Until positions filled
Applications should be sent to: Johann Grüneweg, Email: grueneweg [at]
pik-potsdam.de, Postal address: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research,
P.O.Box 601203, 14412 Potsdam. Electronic submissions are encouraged.
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GREENCYCLES II is a Marie Curie Research and Training Network with the aim to
advance the understanding of the impacts of climate-biogeochemistry feedbacks on
the evolution of the Earth system over the coming decades.
Within GREENCYCLES II, PIK is looking for applicants for the following two
research positions based in Potsdam, Germany:
1. T5.3 Feedback analysis and evaluation using the CLIMBER model
An Early-Stage Researcher (PhD candidate), to investigate feedbacks between
climate and vegetation using the CLIMBER family of intermediate-complexity
Earth-system models developed at PIK. Specifically, the established CLIMBER-2
model will be used to evaluate biosphere-climate interactions at global and
continental scales. This will be complemented by more detailed investigations of
feedbacks resulting from large-scale modifications of the land surface such as
due to expanded biofuel production with the CLIMBER-3 model currently under
development.
The successful candidate will actively participate in network-wide workshops and
training events.
The position is expected to start on 1 January 2011 and run until 31 December
2013. Applications should arrive before 1.10.2010, but will be also accepted
until the position is filled.
Interested candidates should send a CV, a half-page statement of interest,
copies of your high-school and academic certificates, the names of two referees
and a completed Eligibility Form (http://www.greencycles.org/vacancies/) to Dr.
Andrey Ganopolski, preferably by e-mail (Andrey.Ganopolski(at)pik-potsdam.de) or
by post (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, PF 60 12 03, 14412
Potsdam, Germany).
2. T5.6 Land use, biofuels, and global biogeochemistry
An Experienced Researcher (PhD) to investigate the effects of the growing demand
for land from the production of food crops and biofuels and its influence on the
coupled Earth system, in particular the biogeochemical responses and their
climatic consequences. This includes the development of a parameterisation of
biofuel crops for the dynamic vegetation model LPJmL and the global land and
water use model MAgPIE. The successful candidate will actively participate in
network-wide workshops and training events.
The position is expected to start on 1 October 2011 and run for 24 months.
Applications should arrive before 1.7.2011, but will be also accepted until the
position is filled.
Interested candidates should send a CV, a half-page statement of interest,
copies of your high-school and academic certificates and the names of two
referees to Prof. Wolfgang Cramer, preferably by e-mail
(Wolfgang.Cramer(at)pik-potsdam.de) or by post (Potsdam Institute for Climate
Impact Research, PF 60 12 03, 14412 Potsdam, Germany). Please also attach the
1-3 most representative and valuable examples of your past scientific work
(submitted manuscripts will be treated confidentially) and a completed
Eligibility Form (http://www.greencycles.org/vacancies/).
Payment of both positions will be according to Marie Curie rules
(http://ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/), including an allowance for
transnational travel and mobility.
Researchers holding a PhD are eligible for this GREENCYCLES-II Post-Doc within
their first five years of their career (including the time taken to obtain the
PhD). At the start of their fellowship, researchers may not have resided or
carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc) in Germany for more than 12
months in the preceding 3 years. German nationals are eligible only if they have
been active in research in a non-Associated Third Country for at least three of
the last four years.
http://www.pik-potsdam.de/news/jobs/two-research-positions-in-greencycles-ii-project

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