The University of St Andrews offers TWO Lectureships in GeoInformatics and Remote Sensing


The University of St Andrews, UK  Offers TWO Lectureships in GeoInformatics and Remote Sensing  - ML2742




School of Geography & Geosciences, Department of Geography & Sustainable Development, Salary: £37,382 - £45,941 per annum, Start: 1 June 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter


Researchers in the Centre for GeoInformatics in the School of Geography and Geosciences at the University of St Andrews have been selected for a prestigious award under the Q-Step Quantitative Methods Programme funded by a combination of the Nuffield Foundation and the ESRC. This programme will employ two new lecturers: in GeoInformatics, specialisation Remote Sensing (post A) and in Spatio-temporal analysis, specialization Spatial statistics (post B) to add substantial new courses to our existing undergraduate curriculum and help deliver a new MSc in GeoInformatics. The successful candidates will also contribute to the successful development of the Centre for GeoInformatics; to seek external funding for research and to engage in the recruitment and supervision of research postgraduates; to contribute effectively to the intellectual environment of the School; to engage in internationally recognized, peer-reviewed publication of original research; and to work closely with Professor Stewart Fotheringham and other CGI members.  

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