Position available: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Dynamical Systems
Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Dynamical Systems (Job Ref P71641) at the University of Exeter, closing date 4th February 2020.
You will join the EPSRC funded project “Applied Nonautonomous Dynamical Systems: Theory, Methods and Examples” led by Prof Peter Ashwin to undertake fundamental research into theoretical aspects of nonautonomous dynamical systems, and applications to the climate system. You will be based at Exeter but will work collaboratively with the EPSRC-funded team that includes co-investigators Martin Rasmussen (Imperial College London) and Valerio Lucarini (University of Reading) as well as project partners Prof Sebastian Wieczorek (Cork), the EU-TiPES project (EU, led from Copenhagen) and Richard Wood (Met Office Hadley Centre). The task will be to work within a team that contributes to the development of applicable numerical and theoretical tools for nonautonomous systems, suitable for application to climate models.