Postdoc in Space Exploration Informatics (University of Cincinnati)

Dec 31 2010 00:00
Dec 31 2010 23:00
US/Central

The Department of Geography at the University of Cincinnati offers a postdoctoral position to a self-motivated researcher to undertake work in the area of space exploration informatics. Postdoc will work in a group headed by Tomasz Stepinski, the incoming Thomas Jefferson Endowed Chair Professor of Space Exploration at the Department of Geography University of Cincinnati. More information about previous and current projects can be found via the Department website.

Job description: 

The successful candidate will be involved in one or more of the following research projects: automatic cataloging of craters and other geomorphic features from high resolution planetary images, machine-learning-based automatic geomorphic mapping, and data mining of large spatial planetary and terrestrial datasets.

Requirements: 

The candidate must have expertise in one or more of the following fields: remote sensing, planetary geomorphology, computational intelligence and geoinformatics, or image processing, with the PhD in geography, computer science, geology, or related fields. The responsibility include designing and executing computer codes, analyzing and reporting original results, writing scientific manuscripts, and participating in daily computer lab maintenance. Skills in maintaining a server and local area network are highly desirable.

Location

Department of Geography, University of Cincinnati
401 Braunstein Hall
Cincinnati, OH
United States
Contact: 

For complete information including the details on how to apply and whom to contact with questions please download the flyer. The position is open until filled.

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