The State Key Laboratory of Numerical Modeling for Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (LASG) was founded in 1985 and was opened to the public in September of the same year. In 1989, LASG was promoted to a State Key Laboratory. LASG was rated a “Top-ranking State Key Laboratory” in seven consecutive national assessments of 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2005, 2010 and 2015.Only two State Key Laboratories in the field of geoscience received the same honor. With its more than 30 years’ of development, LASG has become an influential research institution of atmospheric sciences and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics for both nationally and internationally. The priority research areas of LASG are: (I) earth system model development and application, (II) weather and climate dynamics, mechanisms of climate changes and anomalies (III) the predictability of weather and climate, advanced theories and methods of climate prediction and (IV) macro evolution and mechanism of geophysical fluid.
LASG is committed to developing high level of earth system model, revealing the intrinsic dynamics, thermal mechanisms and external influencing factors of global and East Asia climate change from the perspective of the interaction of the earth system sphere, and to carrying out original and frontier research on climate and climate change for both basic and applied science by using extreme events predictability and prediction methods, and to providing the theoretical basis for climate prediction and climate change of China.
LASG is now in the process of laboratory re-construction as well as director rotation, the position welcomes global talents with the following requirements：
I. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1.Responsible for the re-construction plan of the laboratory and its implementation.
2.Cultivate and introduce excellent academic and technical leaders and young talents to the laboratory, optimize research team structure, and build a scientific research and innovation team with greater influence in the relevant research fields at national and international levels.
3.Organize and undertake major national scientific and technological tasks and produce landmark scientific and technological achievements with international advanced level.
4.Promote the multidisciplinary integration of laboratory research work, strengthen the laboratory's foreign academic exchanges, and enhance the visibility of the laboratory globally.
1.High-level academic leaders in the field of Numerical Modeling for Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, with broad strategic vision, deep academic attainments and high domestic and international visibility;
2.Have extensive academic networking for both nationally and internationally;
3.Be experienced in presiding over scientific research projects and strong organizational management and coordinating skills;
4.Have decent academic spirit, good health, and high professionalism;
5.Under age of 50, and have senior or equivalent professional and technical positions, be able to complete a five-year term of management with full-time working.
III. SUBMISSION OF MATERIALS
Please submit the relevant application materials to email@example.com before November 30, 2023
2.Applicants need to provide the following materials:
a.Job application form (see attachment for details, including personal CV);
b.Specific work ideas and expected goals for the position;
c.List of representative academic papers and achievements;
d.Scanned copies of academic degrees, professional and technical positions and award certificates;
e.Other relevant supporting materials.
Applicants shall ensure the authenticity of the submitted materials. If the information provided is inaccurate, or does not meet the recruitment requirements, the applicant shall be responsible for the disqualification.
V. CONTACT INFORMATION
Contact: Ms. ZHENG Fang and Mr. LI Lei
Phone: 86-10-82995040, 82995360