Chercheur post-doctoral, ST MARTIN D HERES, Grenoble, France

PhD Open Position in Organic Chemistry, CNRS, France

Chercheur post-doctoral: We are seeking a post-doctoral researcher to join our team and contribute to reducing systematic errors in ocean circulation models using machine learning. The successful candidate will be part of the European project AI4PEX, working on innovative methods to improve oceanic models by leveraging historical reanalysis data.

Chercheur post-doctoral en apprentissage et erreurs des modèles océaniques (H/F)

Designation: Post-doctoral Researcher

Research Area: Oceanic model errors and machine learning

Location: ST MARTIN D HERES, Grenoble, France


  • Doctorate in Geosciences, Applied Machine Learning, Data Assimilation, or Applied Mathematics
  • 1 to 4 years of research experience
  • Proficiency in Python and major machine learning libraries (PyTorch, Jax, TensorFlow)
  • Knowledge of oceanic processes and their representation in circulation models
  • Demonstrated experience in scientific writing and communication
  • Experience in collaborative software development tools and practices
  • Research experience in an international and multidisciplinary context
  • Ability to work in a team and in a multicultural environment

Job Description:

  • Develop methods to correct the NEMO ocean circulation model used in various Earth system models in Europe.
  • Work within a multidisciplinary team to formulate learning problems to construct an operator correcting the model’s evolution operator based on oceanic reanalysis data.
  • Utilize the historical CIGAR reanalysis and recent international studies to inform the corrections.
  • Evaluate the learned corrections in global 1° resolution simulations of the NEMO code used by climate models.
  • Present research findings in scientific articles, international conferences, and specialized working groups.

How to Apply: Ensure your candidate profile is correctly completed before applying. For more information and to submit your application, visit the Institute of Environmental Geosciences (IGE) website at IGE Grenoble.

Last Date for Apply: Friday, June 28, 2024, 23:59:00 Paris time



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