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Vacancy: Geospatial / Remote Sensing Scientist

Geospatial / Remote Sensing Scientist Chevron Houston, Texas, USA Closing date: 30th June 2017 To apply, follow the link: https://jobs.chevron.com/job/Houston-Geospatial-Remote-Sensing-Scientist-Texa/409867600/   Chevron is one of the world’s leading energy companies, with approximately 60,000 employees working in countries around the world. We explore, produce and transport crude oil and natural gas; refine, market and distribute fuels and… Read more

Vacancy: Remote Sensing Geoscientist, British Geological Survey (BGS)

Remote Sensing Geoscientist British Geological Survey (BGS) Nottingham, UK Closing date: 30th May 2016 To apply, follow the link: http://www.topcareer.jobs/Vacancy/irc224229_6386.aspx DOWNLOAD ADVERT The British Geological Survey (BGS) is one of the world’s leading and forward thinking geological science institutes with a focus on both public good science for government and geoscientific research to understand earth and… Read more

Vacancy: ITC-Processes: PhD Candidate (Promovendus), Full-time Implications of Remotely Chemistry on Martian Geology and Habitability

The Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) has recently launched an investment programme to strengthen its international academic fields. For 11 pioneering-multidisciplinary projects a PhD-position is made available, three of them already are filled in. Are you our candidate for one of the still available positions? The department of Earth Systems Analysis (ESA)… Read more

Vacancy: Assistant Professor in Earth Observation, University of Nottingham

Vacancy: Assistant Professor in Earth Observation, University of Nottingham Reference: ENG383115 Closing Date: Wednesday, 17th February 2016 Job Type: Research & Teaching Department: Engineering Salary: £34576 to £46414 per annum, depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance. Applications are invited from outstanding candidates for the above post.  The successful candidate will be expected… Read more

Vacancy: PhD Candidate, Influence of Geological Sample Surfaces on TIR Spectroscopy

The department of Earth Systems Analysis (ESA) combines earth science knowledge with spatial modelling and advanced remote sensing to understand earth processes in space and time. Our education and research contribute to a sustainable use of energy and earth resources, and help reduce disaster risk and the impact of natural hazards on society. We have… Read more

Vacancy: PhD Candidate, Socio-Economic Resilience and Post-Disaster Recovery Assessment Using Remote Sensing and Spatial Economic Modelling, University of Twente

The department of Earth Systems Analysis (ESA) combines earth science knowledge with spatial modelling and advanced remote sensing to understand earth processes in space and time. Our education and research contribute to a sustainable use of energy and earth resources, and help reduce disaster risk and the impact of natural hazards on society. We have… Read more

Vacancy: PhD Candidate, Changing Climatic Extremes Impacting Natural Hazards, University of Twente

The department Earth System Analysis of the University Twente and KNMI have a vacancy for a joint PhD position. The department of Earth Systems Analysis (ESA) combines earth science knowledge with spatial modelling and advanced remote sensing to understand earth processes in space and time. Our education and research contribute to a sustainable use of… Read more

Vacancy: PhD Candidate, Land Use Change Impact on Meteorological Triggers for Floods, University of Twente

The department of Earth Systems Analysis (ESA) combines earth science knowledge with spatial modelling and advanced remote sensing to understand earth processes in space and time. Our education and research contribute to a sustainable use of energy and earth resources, and help reduce disaster risk and the impact of natural hazards on society. We have… Read more

Vacancy: Assistant Professor, Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk Management Group, University of Twente

The Department of Earth Systems Analysis (ESA) focuses on geological remote sensing of earth resources. The department develops remote sensing based methods embedded in geospatial models to support exploration of geothermal systems, or forms (particularly hydrothermal) systems and studies oil and gas seepage in petroleum basins. We integrate this with geodynamical modeling of earth processes… Read more

Vacancy: Associate/Assistant Professor, Geological Remote Sensing of Earth Resources Group, University of Twente

The Department of Earth Systems Analysis (ESA) focuses on geological remote sensing of earth resources. The department develops remote sensing based methods embedded in geospatial models to support exploration of geothermal systems, or forms (particularly hydrothermal) systems and studies oil and gas seepage in petroleum basins. We integrate this with geodynamical modeling of earth processes… Read more