Travailler à l'IRM
The Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium wants to hire for a long term contract an Earth Radiation Budget scientist .
The monitoring of the Earth Radiation Budget (ERB) is of fundamental importance for understanding climate change [Dewitte & Clerbaux, 2017] [Dewitte et al 2019]. The Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium has a long lasting research interest in the measurement of the ERB. Currently we are looking to hire a scientist who will work 1) on the validation of the global ERB instruments on the Chinese polar meteorological satellite series Feng Yung 3 (FY3) [Qiu et al, 2012], 2) on the improvement of the diurnal cycle sampling of the ERB by the use of the advanced geostationary imagers on Meteosat 8 and 11, Himawari and GOES 16 and 17.
Candidates should have the following qualifications:
- an engineering master degree with scientific interest or scientific master degree with engineering interest.
- interest in making a PhD, or earn a PhD already.
- interest/experience in atmospheric sciences in particular satellite remote sensing
- experience in programming, preferentially in C/C++
- good knowledge of English
- the knowledge of at least one of the national languages (Dutch and/or French) is an asset
The interested candidates should sent their CV and motivation letter before 10 July to: firstname.lastname@example.org
[Dewitte & Clerbaux, 2017] Dewitte, S., Clerbaux, N. Measurement of the Earth Radiation Budget at the Top of the Atmosphere - A Review. Remote Sens. 2017, 9, 1143, doi: 10.3390/rs9111143
[Dewitte et al 2019] S. Dewitte, N. Clerbaux and J. Cornelis "Decadal Changes of the Reflected Solar Radiation and the Earth Energy Imbalance", Remote Sensing, 2019, 11(6), 663, doi:10.3390/rs11060663
[Qiu et al, 2012], H. Qiu, L. Hu, Y. Zhang, D. Lu, J. Qi, “Absolute radiometric calibration of Earth Radiation Measurement on FY-3B and its comparison with CERES/Aqua data”, IEEE TGARS, 2012, 50, 12.