The TerraLuma Project at the University of Tasmania (Australia) is looking for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Remote Sensing. The project, led by Professor Arko Lucieer, aims to develop tools and algorithms for environmental remote sensing applications with unmanned aircraft systems.
Some key facts to the research fellow position:
- Fixed Term, Full time position until April 2022 (two years)
- Based in Hobart, Sandy Bay Campus, Tasmania, Australia
- You will play a key role within the TerraLuma Research Group, be responsible for undertaking high quality research within the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project ‘Ultrahigh-resolution and remote sensing for assessing biodiversity hotspots’
The fellow will focus on the analysis of hyperspectral UAS data for mapping of functional plant traits, developing advanced techniques for interpreting data from ultrahigh-resolution remote sensing in Australian forested ecosystems. In addition, the Postdoctoral Research Fellow will have a unique opportunity to contribute to an ARC Linkage project “Advancing remote sensing with a world-first High Altitude Pseudo Satellite (HAPS)”.
Applications close Friday, 24 April 2020, 11.55pm
For more detailed information and to apply for this position, please click here.