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Dear Users,
The National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics – OGS has two Post-Doc positions open:
1) topic “Earth System Models” 
2) topic “Data analysis methods”
Grants are funded by the High Performance Computing Training and Research for Earth Sciences (HPC-TRES) program and by national and European projects awarded to the research staff of the “Dynamics of Ecosystems and Computational Oceanography” (ECHO) group of the OGS Oceanography Section.
1) The research activity consists in  the use of Earth System models of different complexity, and is finalized to contribute to the following topics:
– “Simulations of behaviours, responses, and adaptive and evolutionary characteristics of marine eco-systems” (line A3 of the HPC-TRES scientific plan)
– “Development and optimisation of a Regional Earth System Model to estimate climate change impacts for  the  Euro-CORDEX and  Med-CORDEX regions, including the development of a machine learning method for extreme events in the Mediterranean region” (line C6 of the HPC-TRES scientific plan)
– “Climate studies of natural drivers and anthropic pressures on Mediterranean Sea marine ecosystems” (line D1 of the HPC-TRES scientific plan)
– Interaction  of  physical-biogeochemical  dynamics  to  model  carbon  cycle  in   the  Mediterranean  with particular reference to size spectra modeling
– High resolution modeling of physical and biogeochemical properties in coastal areas

To apply: https://www.ogs.it/it/concorsi/bando-272022-procedura-selettiva-titoli-e-colloquio-il-conferimento-di-n-1-assegno-di
Deadline: November, 4th
2) The research activity consists in  a multidisciplinary work integrating modeling approaches, in field experimental data acquisition, and data analysis techniques with the aim of estimating climate change and other anthropogenic effects on marine species, communities and ecosystems. Specific stressors include temperature increase, heatwaves, acidification, changes in trophic conditions, and their effect on the biota interactions in  the marine ecosystems of the Mediterranean Sea. 
To apply: https://www.ogs.it/it/concorsi/bando-282022-selezione-pubblica-titoli-e-colloquio-il-conferimento-di-n-1-assegno-di
Deadline: November, 9th

ECHO group: https://www.ogs.it/en/dynamics-ecosystems-and-computational-oceanography
HPC-TRES (including the scientific plan): https://www.ogs.it/en/high-performance-computing-laboratory-hpc-tres