- Senior Research Fellow at the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS)
- Co-leader of the Predictability of Weather and Climate group at AOPP
- Joint position as a senior scientist in the Research Department of the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) in Reading, working on seasonal forecasts
- Associate Editor of the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society
- Member of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Lighthouse Activity "Explaining and Predicting Earth System Change", Working Group 3 on Assessment of Current and Future Hazards
Areas of interest:
- Predictability and reliability of weather and climate on time scales of days, weeks, months, seasons and years
- Assessing model uncertainty in weather and climate forecasts
- Seamless prediction of weather and climate
- Multi-decadal variability in the climate system and its predictability
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** NEWS **
We currently have a postdoc position on seamless climate prediction advertised, see Job Details.
It’s an exciting opportunity for original research in an inspiring environment, and to develop independent scientific ideas.
You will be part of an international project for seamless near-term climate predictions exploring and combining seasonal, multi-annual and decadal-scale climate model simulations, with a view to help users make better decisions.
Contract length: 30 months; closing date for applications: December 9th 2022: shortlisted interviews: early January 2023.