Sunday, September 25, 2011

Job in Remote Sensing

School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Assistant or Associate Professor of Remote Sensing. Tenure-track position beginning July, 2012. Requires Ph.D. in geography or closely related field including specific training in remote sensing/geospatial technologies and excellent oral and written communication skills. Appointment at the Associate level will require an exceptional record of achievement including both refereed publications and success in external funding of research. The successful candidate will teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels and conduct research focused on remote sensing and related geospatial technologies (e.g., GIS and GPS), emphasizing new and/or improved approaches for addressing critical environmental and natural resources management issues at multiple spatial and temporal scales. The successful candidate will be part of the leadership team in SNR's Center for Advanced Land Management Information Technologies (CALMIT; http://www.calmit.unl.edu/).

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1-ERDAS IMAGINE -SATELLITE IMAGE PROCESSING

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2- ENVI -REMOTE SENSING SOFTWARE

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3- LIDAR REMOTE SENSING

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4-HELP JAPAN PEOPLE

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5-TEHRAN SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING

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The mission of the Remote sensing Club is to be a centre for gathering information in remote sensing, GIS and GPS research and applications towards knowledge advancement and discovery of knowledge towards the creation of wealth

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