The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University seeks to fill a Lamont Research Professor (open rank) position in the area of atmospheric radiative transfer and remote sensing. Lamont Research Professors receive nine-month appointments with partial salary support provided from institutional sources. An incentive program encourages the establishment of a vigorous externally funded research program to provide the majority of salary support, including an opportunity for summer salary. The successful applicant should have a high-impact research program and be able to contribute broadly to climate research at the Observatory. She/he should have a clear record of substantial research contributions demonstrated through publications in peer-reviewed journals and success at raising external funding for research support. Candidates with strong secondary interests in science education or outreach are also encouraged to apply.
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