Nuovo corso di Laurea Magistrale

Nuovo corso di laurea magistrale in Geophysics

Univeristà degli Studi di Milano

L’Università degli Studi di Milano propone per l’A.A. 2022/23 un nuovo corso di Laurea magistrale in Geophysics.

Il corso di studio, erogato in inglese, si propone di fornire agli studenti una formazione rigorosa sulla modellistica dei fenomeni geofisici che riguardano i diversi comparti del pianeta Terra (atmosfera, idrosfera, criosfera, litosfera e interno della Terra) e sulla raccolta ed elaborazione dei dati a diverse scale spazio-temporali.

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Posizioni aperte presso l’Università di Trento

Two post-doc positions are now open at the University of Trento (Italy), Department of Civil Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, Atmospheric Physics Group. 


“Numerical simulations of atmospheric boundary-layer processes over complex terrain” 

Scientific Coordinator: dott. Lorenzo Giovannini ( 

Deadline for submission of applications: 13 December 2021 






“Modelling atmospheric transport and mixing processes over mountainous terrain” 

Scientific Coordinator: Prof. Dino Zardi ( 

Deadline for submission of applications: 15 December 2021 




The selection will be based on the evaluation of qualifications and possible interview. 

Grant duration: 13 months. 


Successful candidates are expected to start their activity by 1 January 2022. 

The positions are supported by the research project “ASTER – Atmospheric boundary-layer modelling over complex terrain”, a collaboration between the University of Trento, the University of Innsbruck and the University of Bolzano supported by the European Region Tyrol – South Tyrol -Trentino under the scheme EuregioScienceFund

Due posizioni di assistente pre-doc presso l’Università di Vienna

The University of Vienna is offering two PhD (pre-doc) positions at the Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics. Both positions are in the framework of the Vienna Network for Atmospheric Research (VINAR), a collaboration between the University of Vienna and the Austrian National Weather Service (ZAMG). 

One position, embedded in the group of Martin Weissmann (, will be on the topic of data assimilation for numerical weather prediction. The student will test a new ensemble-variational scheme in a convection-permitting model setup and develop improved approaches for the localization of horizontal and vertical ensemble-based covariance estimates. 

The other position, embedded in the group of Andreas Stohl (, will be on the topic of inverse modelling of greenhouse gases (GHG). The student will prepare the inversion scheme FLEXINVERT for the upcoming massive increase of satellite remote sensing data on GHGs (CO2, CH4) and determine GHG fluxes at high resolution, thus weisspreparing for a future emission verification regime. Further information on the positions and how to apply can be found here: