Research Fellow (Geodesy)
The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) and Asian School of the Environment (ASE) at Nanyang technological University in Singapore invites applications for a Research Fellow (< 5 years' experience after PhD). We are broadly interested in applications from qualified candidates who have interests and expertise relevant to the use of geodesy for monitoring and understanding hazards in South and Southeast Asia, and/or to the use of geodesy for mapping and understanding disasters. We are particularly interested in candidates who have expertise in observing and modelling tectonic or volcanic deformation with geodetic data, and candidates who have experience applying machine learning to geodetic data.
Successful candidates will join a diverse and dynamic group of geodesists at EOS and ASE, whose research covers GNSS, GNSS-IR, InSAR, tectonic geodesy, climate geodesy, sea-level rise, groundwater-related subsidence, and disaster response using remote sensing. Successful candidates will have a PhD in a relevant field (e.g., geophysics, earth science, geodesy), expertise in processing and modelling geodetic data using open-source analysis tools (e.g., GipsyX, GAMIT, GMTSAR, ISCE, MintPy) and a demonstrated track record of strong research publications in topics related to the position. They will also have strong English and communication skills, the ability to write code using Python or MATLAB, the desire and ability to work as part of a multi-cultural team, and demonstrated ability of intellectual thought leadership.
Some information about the work of our group can be found at https://twitter.com/eos_aria.
Questions should be directed to Assoc. Prof. Emma Hill (email@example.com). We apologise that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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