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Research Coordinator – Earth Observations

Date added: 18 January 2019

Application deadline: 4 February 2019

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Future Earth are recruiting a Research Coordinator to be a liaison between the ESA Climate Office (part of the Science, Applications and Climate Department at ESA ECSAT) and the Future Earth Global Secretariat.

Future missions EO technology and frequency management engineer

Date added: 10 January 2019

Application deadline: 15 February 2019

Aurora has an opportunity to expand their support to the European Space Agency in the Earth observation domain, and invite applications for a future missions EO technology and frequency management engineer.

Marine Earth Observation Scientist

Date added: 02 January 2019

Application deadline: 28 January 2019

The Plymouth Marine Laboratory is looking for a versatile remote-sensing scientist to work on new national and international research and development projects in the PML Earth Observation science group. Current projects focus on R&D in satellite data analysis and processing methods for monitoring water quality in coastal, transitional and open-ocean water bodies from the regional up to the global scale.

Remote Sensing / GIS Expert

Date added: 26 November 2018

GAF seeks to strengthen its development team in the field of (semi-)automatic analysis of remote sensing data and the creation and implementation of modular process chains, by recruting a motivated Remote Sensing / GIS Expert.

Remote Sensing Expert (f/m) with a focus on data analysis and software programming

Date added: 16 October 2018

GAF seeks to strengthen its development team in the field of (semi-)automatic analysis of remote sensing data and the creation and implementation of modular process chains, by recruting a motivated Remote Sensing Expert.

Postdoctoral position - Water Cycle Extremes and Climate

Date added: 17 September 2018

This research focuses on better understanding the extreme fluctuations of global and regional atmospheric water cycles and their interactions with the Earth's surface using NASA Earth science satellite observations, in-situ measurements, modelling including IPCC CMIP model outputs.

Principal Remote Sensing Specialist

Date added: 15 August 2018

GSI is seeking a senior remote sensing and GIS specialist, responsible for remote sensing and spatial data analysis and specialising in Land Use, Spatial Analysis and measurement of natural assets.

Lecturer in Spatial Sciences (remote sensing, photogrammetry, BIM, cadastre)

Date added: 15 August 2018

The Discipline of Geography and Spatial Sciences (GSS) at University of Tasmania are seeking a Lecturer in Spatial Sciences to join our team. The position provides an opportunity for the appointee to contribute significantly to local, national and international developments in urban modelling and cadastral reform.

Atmospheric Remote Sensing Specialist

Date added: 31 May 2018

German Aerospace Center (DLR) is looking to recruit a Atmospheric remote sensing Phd specialist with a background in atmospheric remote sensing and/or radiative transfer modelling.

Remote sensing GIS expert

Date added: 29 May 2018

ICEYE is seeking to recruit a Remote sensing GIS expert. You will develop and deliver services in ICEYE's information services unit. ICEYE are constantly developing and piloting new services with customers.

Software Research for Visualisation and Analysis of Large-Scale Scientific Datasets

Date added: 02 May 2018

German Aerospace Center (DLR) is looking to recruit a highly motivated person with the ambition to create top quality software.

PhD - Assimilation of ocean colour data to constrain the state and parameters of marine biogeochemical models

Date added: 02 May 2018

The University of Reading is seeking to recruit one PhD student. This project will develop a computationally efficient data assimilation scheme suitable for implementation in operational forecasting or reanalysis, whilst making fullest use of the empirical information from the observations combined with knowledge of model processes.

PhD - Multi-scale spectral remote sensing of vegetation stress

Date added: 02 May 2018

The University of Tasmania is offering a 3-year fully funded PhD scholarship for an Honours or equivalent graduate in Geography and Spatial Sciences. The study will be part of an Australian Research Council project "Bridging scales in remote sensing of vegetation stress" aiming at development of new remote sensing methods for mapping pre-visual stress and vegetation health at regional scales from optical Earth observations of the latest space-borne missions. The new approaches under development will use modern computer radiative transfer models in combination with measurements from unmanned aircraft systems (UAS/drones).

SAR Data Processing Specialist

Date added: 06 April 2018

The Remote Sensing research group of the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation, TU Wien, is currently looking to recruit a motivated SAR Data Processing Specialist.

R&D Remote Sensing Engineer (Signal Processing)

Date added: 22 March 2018

isardSAT are now looking for a Graduate in Telecommunications engineering, Physics or Maths to apply for the following position: R&D Remote Sensing Engineer (Signal Processing).

PhD - Development of Computer Vision System for Remote sensing and processing of satellite images

Date added: 26 February 2018

The University of Bradford's Faculty of Engineering and Informatics invite applications for a PhD. This research will require the development of machine vision technology to process input images.

SUSTech School of Environmental Science and Engineering tenured and tenure track faculty positions

Date added: 26 February 2018

The School of Environmental Science and Engineering at SUSTech invite applications for faculty positions at all ranks. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, water pollution and treatment, environmental (soil, groundwater, ecosystem) remediation and restoration, hydrology and water resources engineering, biogeochemistry, environmental microbiology, atmospheric chemistry, air pollution control, air quality engineering, solid waste treatment and utilisation, environmental health risk assessment and interventions, remote sensing of the environment, macroecology and global change, and environmental management.

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