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PostPosted: Fri Dec 08, 2017 9:02 am 
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We are seeking one postdoctoral researcher to work on a collaborative project between the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST http://www.ust.hk/) and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA http://www.ucla.edu/). The collaborative research aims at understanding the physical processes between the Pearl River Estuary and the adjacent shelf, in response to seasonal monsoon and buoyancy forcings. This project is under a funded program for diagnosing the causes and variability of hypoxia in the Hong Kong water (OCEAN-HK; https://ocean.ust.hk/). The postdoctoral researcher will be jointly advised by Jianping Gan (HKUST) and Jim McWilliams (UCLA). The position is based in HKUST, but required frequently to spend time in UCLA. He/She will have the opportunities to collaborate with an interdisciplinary research team and participate in the field experiments. The position is for 1-year contract and renewable with satisfactory performance. Solid training in fluid mechanics and computer programming are highly desirable. Application will remain open until the positions are filled. To apply, please send a complete CV with past research experience and references to Prof. Jianping Gan (magan@ust.hk) and Prof. James McWilliams (jcm@atmos.ucla.edu). The position will be opened until it is filled.


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