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Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Marine Science & Policy

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Job No: 494269
Work Type: Staff
Location: Newark
Categories: Research & Laboratory, Full Time


The Center for Research in Wind (CReW, at the University of
Delaware (UD) is seeking a Post-doctoral Scientist with expertise in WRF simulations of
wind farm wakes. This position is initially for 6 months with extensions possible up to
two years based on mutual interest and availability of funds. The starting date is October
1, 2019. The successful candidate will focus on simulations of the interactions between air flow
and wind turbines. The project involves the use and further development of an existing
wind farm parameterization for the WRF model.

• Ph.D. in environmental engineering, meteorology, or a closely related field;
• Advanced knowledge of WRF, including familiarity with the Fitch
parameterization for wind farms;
• Knowledge of C and/or Fortran;
• Familiarity with Unix/Linux;
• Familiarity with parallel environments (e.g., openMPI);
• Knowledge of post-processing software for complex flow field analysis (e.g.,
NCL, Matlab).

APPLICATIONS: Submit a CV, a statement of research interests, and contact information
for three references to Dr. Cristina Archer (, whom may also be
contacted for additional information. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.

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