As a member of the Helmholtz Association, Forschungszentrum Jülich makes an effective contribution to solving major challenges facing society in the fields of information, energy, and bioeconomy. It focuses on varied tasks in the area of research management and utilizes large, often unique, scientific infrastructure. Come and work with around 6,100 colleagues across a range of topics and disciplines at one of Europe's largest research centres.
The Institute of Bio- and Geosciences - Agrosphere (IBG-3) conducts research to improve our understanding of biogeochemical and hydrological processes in terrestrial systems. A combination of experiments, modelling and innovative observation technologies is used to bridge the gap between model, process and management scale. Its research contributes to the sustainable and resource-conserving use of soils and water and to the quantification of the effect of climate and land use change on terrestrial ecosystems. In IBG-3's department Integrated Modelling of Terrestrial Systems, we perform research on terrestrial systems and the water cycle using integrated modelling systems and advanced supercomputing technologies in close collaboration with the Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) where the Simulation Laboratory Terrestrial Systems provides specific support and conducts model development for IBG-3 and its partners in the Geoverbund ABC/J.
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As Germany is phasing out of coal-fired power generation by 2038, large socio-enonomic transition processes are taking place especially in the coal mining regions. Part of the complex and ambitious phase-out plan for the Rhenish (Rhineland) lignite-mining area is to establish a bio-economy region ("BioökonomieREVIER"), charaterized by an innovative sustainable circular economy. For this, a number of interdisciplinary Innovation Labs ("BioökonomieREVIER_INNO") have been established. For the Innovation Lab "Digitales Geosystem Rheinisches Revier" (DG-RR), Digital Geosystem Rhineland Region, we have an open position. In DG-RR we will (i) set up and operate a data information system, that will provide baseline data for the other Innovation Labs, (ii) develop new applicable and reusable data products and (iii) explore the potential of novel sensor systems. In this context the postdoc will setup and operate a very high resolution, sub-km resolution regional hydrometeorologic model.
The successful candidate is expected to work on the following tasks, in close collaboration with project partners who work on big-data workflows and dissemination:
Of great advantage is furthermore:
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