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PhD or Post-doc: Microwave Remote Sensing of Vegetation

TU Delft  Netherland is offering very highly paid scholarships in Microwave Remote Sensing of Vegetation. Both Ph.D. and Post-doc position is available.

Job Publication Date: 24 Jul 2019

Deadline: 1 Sep 2019 ( Starting date is ASAP, and no later than 1 January 2020. )

Location: Delft, Netherland

Fixed-term contract: 3 or 4 year contract

JOB DESCRIPTION

The project goal is to understand and operationally use the dynamic vegetation parameters derived from the Advanced Scatterometer on the Metop satellite series to monitor vegetation water dynamics and drought.

REQUIREMENTS

Candidates must have a MSc. (PhD position) or PhD (post-doc position) in Civil/Env. Engineering, Earth Science, Meteorology, Physical Geography, Remote Sensing/Earth Observation, Applied Physics or similar. A strong track record and interest in microwave remote sensing, land surface modeling and machine learning is essential. Demonstrated expertise in programming (e.g. Matlab/Python, R, IDL, C++ or similar) and scientific computing are essential. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required.

Salary/Compensation

€2325—€4274 per month

For More details, please follow the link below

Official Advertisement of the Ph.D. or Post-doc position: Microwave Remote Sensing of Vegetation

Hi, I am a professional Geoinformatics Engineer who has passion for knowing more and more about Geospatial technologies. My particular areas of interest are Spatial Databases, Remote Sensing, and Geospatial Analytics. In addition, I am a strong proponent of free and open-source GIS, Volunteer Geographic Information (VGI), and open geo-data such as OSM.

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Muhammad Kamran

Hi, I am a professional Geoinformatics Engineer who has passion for knowing more and more about Geospatial technologies. My particular areas of interest are Spatial Databases, Remote Sensing, and Geospatial Analytics. In addition, I am a strong proponent of free and open-source GIS, Volunteer Geographic Information (VGI), and open geo-data such as OSM.

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