There are openings for three highly qualified MS or PhD applicants interested in pursing research with WRF/Chem (Weather Research andForecasting/Chemistry) on emission impacts on air quality in the Fairbanks PM2.5 nonattainment area, interior Alaska, and Glacier Bay.Students will have access to the Arctic Region Supercomputing Center and data from observational networks. As many of the research activities arecarried out in close cooperation with scientists all over the world, the students will gain international experience.

Applicants should have strong backgrounds in mathematics, physics, and atmospheric sciences or related fields. For further information on the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, please click here. Application for admission must be completed electronically here.

For general admission information, please contact:
Barbara Day

For further information on the research projects, please contact:
Nicole Molders