May was a very good month for Earth observation in Australia, with some strong foundations laid for us to take the next steps in realising the full potential of these data and its associated infrastructure for science, industry, government and society more broadly.Read More
Your opportunity to contribute to the future of Earth Observation research infrastructure in Australia !
- Participate in the Symposium: NCRIS Greater Impact Through Environmental Infrastructure Symposium in Canberra on May 17, 2017
- Contribute to on-line survey and post symposium webinar
This PhD position will deal with imaging spectrometer calibration and uncertainty analysis.
Newcastle University is offering three 5-year research fellowships in any area of Civil Engineering, including Geomatics / Photogrammetry / Remote Sensing. The expectation is that Fellows will have demonstrated sufficient success after this period to progress to an open-ended academic position.
Applications close on 8th June 2017, and are open to any nationality.
Potential Geomatics applicants may contact Professor Jon Mills with any questions.