| • job offer:||Postdoctoral position in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing for Cryospheric Sciences |
| – job description: The successful candidate will work on the reconstruction of ice sheet changes from remotely sensed data.|
Applications are invited from creative, self-motivated candidates with a deep interest in Cryospheric Sciences (reconstruction and modeling). Successful applicants will have completed a PhD in photogrammetry, remote sensing, geophysics, glaciology, applied mathematics or closely related field. Moreover, we expect that the applicant is interested in working in a collaborative environment with professors and in lending support for students.
| - ||Published record in photogrammetry/remote sensing, particularly with issues related to laser altimetry |
| - ||Solid understanding of laser technology, especially laser altimetry and photon-counting systems |
| - ||Working experience in C++, C# and matlab or idl is preferred |
| - ||Basic interest in collaborating with ice sheet modelling groups.|
|Term:||2 years with possible extension |
|Start date:||January, 2016 or soon after |
|Location:||University of Buffalo, SUNY|
|Main collaborators:||Beata Csatho (supervisor), Tony Schenk (UB), Eric Larour (NASA JPL), Cornelis van der Veen (University of Kansas)|
Interested candidates should contact Beata Csatho (bcsatho<at>buffalo.edu). Please include a full CV, contact information for three references, and a statement of interest.