Ph.D. assistantships in Atmospheric Chemistry at University of Montana
Ph.D. assistantships in atmospheric chemistry are available for Fall 2019. We are seeking two new graduate students to join several projects: (i) Fates of ozone in the US Arctic Tundra; (ii) Emission and chemistry of western US wildfires. These projects involve field studies of trace organic gas concentrations in the Toolik Field Station in Alaska and Mt. Bachelor Observatory in Oregon in 2019, and/or analyzing the 2018 WE-CAN wildfire field data. Students will also have opportunities to learn atmospheric chemical transport modeling to interpret field data. Applicants should have robust quantitative analysis and communication skills, be highly self-motivated and independent. Experience in chemistry/atmospheric science and/or data analysis would also be an asset. More information about the environmental chemistry program is at http://hs.umt.edu/luhu/documents/UM_environmental_analytical_ad.pdf; More about the atmospheric chemistry program is available at http://hs.umt.edu/luhu/.