We are currently advertising a post for a research scientist to work on
modelling and analysis of the interaction of ice sheets and climate and the
consequent changes in sea-level during the last glacial cycle. The closing
date for applications is 22nd October 2014. It's a fixed-term post of 2.5
years, with a possible extension to 3.0 years, funded by a grant, of which I am
the Principal Investigator, from the Natural Environment Research Council.
|I am employed at two institutions:
My research interests in both places relate to mechanisms of global and
large-scale change in climate and sea level on multidecadal and longer
timescales. I work with colleagues in both Reading and Exeter on these
subjects, as well as with collaborators in other universities and climate
centres; I hope to promote more such contacts between the academic community
and the Met Office in climate change research.
- NCAS-Climate (National
Centre for Atmospheric Science, Climate Division),
located in the Department of
Meteorology of the University of Reading (80% of my time), since April
2003. I am a senior scientist in the core team and a professor in the
Office Hadley Centre in Exeter (20% of my time), since
November 1990. I am a Met Office Fellow in climate
change at the Hadley Centre.
To contact me in Reading:
Email j.m.gregory at reading.ac.uk /
Room 3L72 / Phone / Fax +44 118 378 8316
Meteorology Building, University of Reading,
PO Box 243, Reading RG6 6BB, United Kingdom
To contact me in Exeter:
Email jonathan.gregory at metoffice.gov.uk /
Phone +44 1392 884542 (forwarded to Reading when I'm not in Exeter)
Met Office, FitzRoy Road, Exeter, Devon EX1 3PB, United Kingdom
I read email sent to either address wherever I am.