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Meteorologist job at REConnect Energy, Bangalore, India


 
REConnect Energy is India's largest Digital Energy Services Company. Founded in 2010, the Company has grown from 2 members team to 54 as on Mar 18. The Company operates primarily in two distinct areas: 

 
1) Predictive Analytics services for forecasting electric demand, wind power and solar power generation for utilities and renewable energy producers. 

 
2) Demand supply aggregation through India's first over the counter marketplace clickpower.in to enable consumer meet their tailor made energy consumption requirements. 

 
Job Profile
  • The job profile requires an inter-disciplinary approach to solving technical problems whilst also understanding the business requirements. Everyday tasks include:
     
  • Setting up and running global and regional weather models.
     
  • Dissemination of global NWP data into usable parameters and formats.
     
  • Comparative analysis on multiple sources of weather forecast and observational data.
     
  • Development of methods to improve accuracy of weather forecast data.
     
  • Identification and characterization of complex relationships between multiple weather parameters and renewable energy generation.
  • Providing inputs for new product development and improvements to existing products and services.

 
Expected Skill Set
  • Educational Qualification: B.Sc/B.E. + Masters (Meteorology/Atmospheric Sciences/Climatology and related disciplines).
     
  • Understanding of the underlying factors influencing model performance.
     
  • Experience working with BUFR ,GRIB and NETCDF encoded data.
     
  • Experience cleaning, visualizing and manipulating large amounts of data.
     
  • Ability to work independently under minimal supervision and in a team.
     
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
     

 
Knowledge of the power and energy sector is advantageous but not necessary however a strong interest in solving global energy challenges is a must.

 
Salary: Dependent on experience.

Location: Bangalore


 

If this role interests you, please send your CV to devika.maitra@reconnectenergy.com. Any queries regarding the role may also be directed to devika.maitra@reconnectenergy.com 


 

Shortlisted profiles will be contacted for interview process.

We invite applications for a Scientific Assistant / PhD candidate to work on traffic-induced turbulence and dispersion of exhaust fumes in urban environments using large-eddy simulations at the Institute of Meteorology and Climatology, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany.

See link below for full details and how to apply:

https://www.uni-hannover.de/en/universitaet/stellenangebote-arbeit-an-der-uni/jobboerse/detail/luhjobs/2560/

For more information, please contact Dr. Bjrn Maronga, maronga@muk.uni-hannover.de

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Dr. Bjoern Maronga

Junior research group leader
Leibniz Universitaet Hannover
Institute of Meteorology and Climatology
Herrenhaeuser Str. 2
30419 Hannover       Tel.  +49 511 762 4101
Germany

Email: maronga@muk.uni-hannover.de
http://www.muk.uni-hannover.de/maronga
http://palm-model.org

Fully-Funded PhD Studentship in Boundary Layer Meteorology at Central Michigan University


 

Dr. Jason Keeler is looking for a highly-motivated student interested in coastal meteorology or thunderstorm outflow airmasses to join his group at Central Michigan University starting Summer or Fall 2019.  The successful candidate will have hands-on experience operating the CMU Mobile Mesonet and instrumented small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS), as well as experience conducting idealized modeling studies using WRF and/or CM1.

Potential research specializations include:

  • Lake Michigan lake-breeze front structural differences between synoptic-scale onshore and offshore flow environments, and implications for convective initiation.
  • Thermodynamic evolution of thunderstorm outflow airmasses, with a focus on processes that could lead to destabilization.
  • Students are encouraged to talk with Dr. Keeler about other potential projects related to thunderstorms in the Laurentian Great Lakes region.

Four years of support are available through the Earth and Ecosystem Science interdisciplinary program.  This is a research intensive program, with a low course load and high research productivity.  Students in the EES PhD program map out individualized plans of study to maximize their potential for success.

Qualifications:

  • Priority will be given to students who have completed their M.S. in atmospheric sciences or meteorology, or will complete it prior to their start date.
  • Experience programming (e.g., Matlab or Python, etc.) is required.
  • Students with experience in either field research or running atmospheric models are encouraged to apply.
  • Contributions to published research will be considered an asset.

To Apply:

  • Instructions for the formal application are available at https://www.cmich.edu/colleges/se/EES/Pages/Applying-to-the-EES-Program.aspx
     
  • In order to be accepted into the program, the successful candidate must be sponsored by Dr. Keeler.  In addition to the formal application process, candidates should email Dr. Keeler their CV, contact information for 3 references, and a 1-2 page statement of research interests to be considered for sponsorship.
  • Formal applications are due by February 1, 2019.  However, review of materials will begin in January and will continue until the position is filled.
  • The position is open to international applicants, however please note that GRE scores are required for the formal application.

Additional information is available at
people.cst.cmich.edu/keele1j/


 

Students are encouraged to contact Dr. Keeler with questions or to discuss potential research projects (jason.keeler@cmich.edu), or visit CMUs booth at the AMS Annual Meeting Career Fair.


 

 


 

 


 
CMU

Jason M. Keeler, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Meteorology  |  Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
Brooks Hall 325  |  Central Michigan University
P: 989-774-3791  |  E: jason.keeler@cmich.edu
www.cmich.edu

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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