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The Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry Group (APCG) of the Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Research (IMAU) studies the chemical composition of the atmosphere, the change in its composition due to anthropogenic emissions, and interactions between atmospheric compounds and the Earth's climate. Isotope measurements is a key tool, and we operate a large isotope laboratory with 9 IRMS systems, laser systems and numerous sample collection, extraction and preparation devices targeted to the measurement of atmospheric trace gases.
As Assistant Professor in Atmospheric Isotope Research you build on your strong and proven expertise in measurement and interpretation of isotopic composition of atmospheric compounds to investigate global to regional trace gas budgets, isotope effects in chemical reactions and exchange processes between the atmosphere and the earth’s surface. In this position, you conduct research and contribute to inspiring education. As experimental physicist, you manage part of the analytical infrastructure in the atmospheric isotope laboratory.
You are familiar with the operation and maintenance of isotope ratio mass spectrometers and/or have experience with the development of analytical systems to measure the atmospheric composition. Your research line complements and strengthens the isotope research focus of the APCG group. As assistant professor, you work to expand your line of research with your fellow staff members and PhD candidates and you collaborate closely with other group members, making use of and possibly expanding our experimental capabilities. You recognise opportunities for internal and external (interdisciplinary) collaboration, build new research collaborations and manage to acquire research funding.
You inspire our students through engaging lectures in our bachelor (Physics) and/or master (Climate Physics) programmes. As you develop your expertise as university teacher, you will reflect critically on the curriculum and help contribute to educational innovation. You have a visible presence in the field and in society through your commitment to outreach activities.
We are looking for an inspiring academic leader who meets the following qualifications:
If you are excited to actively participate and strengthen atmospheric isotope research and education at IMAU, we invite you to apply.
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The Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research Utrecht (IMAU) offers a unique research and teaching environment, in which the fundamentals of the climate system are studied. Research is organised in five themes: Atmospheric Dynamics, Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry, Coastal and Shelf Sea Dynamics, Ice and Climate and Oceans and Climate. In 2017, IMAU research quality and impact were qualified as 'world leading' by an international visitation committee. Currently, IMAU employs 18 faculty members and 10 support staff and some 20 Postdocs and 30 PhD candidates, and offers a friendly, open and international atmosphere.
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