The Geographic Information Visualization & Analysis group in the Departement of Geography, University of Zurich
is recruiting for a doctoral position in the field of Visual Analytics of mobile behaviour data.
More information can be found here: Doctoral research assistant position: Visual analytics of mobile behaviour data
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Dr. Tumasch Reichenbacher
Geographic Information Visualization and Analysis (GIVA)
Department of Geography
University of Zurich
CH-8057 Zurich, Switzerland
Professor in Geoinformatics
At the Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Department of Planning, Aalborg University Copenhagen, one or more positions as Professor in Geoinformatics is open for appointment from 1 February 2020 or soon hereafter. The field of the Department for Planning includes development and planning in a broad sense, and thereby it ranges from the social science aspects of development like environmental management, physical planning, sector planning, land management, to technical subjects such as surveying and geoinformatics.
The position requires research qualifications at Senior Doctoral level within a broad range of fields related to Geoinformatics like spatial data infrastructure, geospatial analysis, geovisualisation, geospatial big data, and artificial intelligence applied in a geospatial context. In addition, it is expected the applicant has experience in applying geoinformatics methods in solving current societal challenges like climate change, migration, loss of biodiversity, and urbanisation, which are important research topics at the Department of Planning.
It is expected that the candidate has experiences with external funding from competitive sources.
Teaching will primarily be in geoinformatics as part of our master programme in Land Management, Surveying and Mapping, but also in other study programmes at the University may be relevant. Teaching as well as research is carried out in an international environment regarding students, staff, and research projects.
For the full description of the vacancy, please see https://www.vacancies.aau.dk/show-vacancy/?vacancy=1063228
Společnost Renoprojekt, a.s. hledá člověka, který by se staral o provoz Lidaru pro měření vertikálních profilů rychlosti a směru větru umožňujícího stanovit vhodnost vytipované lokality pro stavbu větrných elektráren. Lidar bude umístěn na lokalitě v Moravskoslezském kraji nedaleko polských hranic. Vybraná osoba bude kontrolovat přenos dat, provádět údržbu celého systému včetně pravidelného doplňování paliva, řešit případné základní mechanické/SW problémy. Pozice je vhodná pro studenty či doktorandy a je zamýšlena v tzv. emergency módu – při jakémkoliv nenadálém problému bude vybraná osoba muset k zařízení vyjet kterýkoliv den v roce a postarat se o jeho znovu zprovoznění.
V případě zájmu o pozici či jen získání podrobnějších informací kontaktujte Mgr. Petra Závodníka na emailu firstname.lastname@example.org či tel. č. +420 778 725 942.
Fully-funded PhD position under prestigious MSCA program: Due to a last-minute withdrawal, we are looking for a fresh MSc graduate to join our H2020 EU project on wearables – A-WEAR (http://a-wear.eu) as a PhD student on ESR8 position at Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania
Strict eligibility condition: to not have lived or worked in Romania more than 12 cumulated months in the past 3 years (counted backwards from the employment date), to have maximum 4 year equivalent research experience after MSc degree, and to have a valid English certificate according to Tampere University regulations ( IELTS Academic (min. score 6.5), TOEFL (min. score 92 in iBT and 580 in PBT), PTE Academic (min. score 62), Cambridge Language Certificate (Proficiency CPE or Advanced CAE) (min. score C)); exemption from English certificate can be made if the candidate completed Msc or Bsc studies in English at an EU university
Link to the application page: https://a-wear.uji.es/online-application/candidates_esr08
The Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) of the University of Twente, Department of Geo Information Processing (GIP) is seeking a geo-ICT expert who will lead the development of the GIP computational infrastructure, coordinates future procurement and training activities, and helps develop new solutions to meet the requirements of teaching, research and projects.
The Advanced Information Systems Laboratory (IAAA), from the Aragon Institute for Engineering Research (Universidad Zaragoza, Spain), is offering a 1-year (extendable) research contract for a person interested in pursuing a PhD in Distributed Geospatial Information Systems. The closing date for applications is September 2, 2019 .
More information on https://www.iaaa.es/2019/07/
The Frances Loeb Library at the Harvard Graduate School of Design is seeking an energetic and forward thinking individual to serve as the GIS, Data and Research Librarian. This position is one of a team of librarians that coordinates research and teaching support for the faculty and students at the GSD.
This position will provide data and GIS instruction and support services to faculty and students at the GSD and be responsible for research support in the areas of geospatial data, GIS, statistics, and data visualization, in collaboration with the Research and Teaching Team. The team integrates technology into teaching at the GSD; develops an ongoing instruction platform that includes traditional research skills, and the use of technology as part of the research process; develops research data management services; provides research consultation across all disciplinary areas of the GSD; develops a plan for supporting emerging technologies at the GSD; provides Academic Writing Services, GIS support, Canvas support, and Copyright and Fair Use advice and support.
To see the full position description and submit your resume, visit this link, or go to the Harvard Careers website (https://hr.harvard.edu/search-jobs) and search for job id 49612BR. Please don’t reply to this email.
Post-doctoral researchers in immersive technologies
The Center for Immersive Experiences at The Pennsylvania State University (immersive.psu.edu), in collaboration with other units at Penn State (such as ChoroPhronesis,sites.psu.edu/chorophronesis, and Teaching and Learning with Technology), is hiring up to three Post-Doctoral Researchers focusing on areas such as immersive analytics, immersive learning, immersive decision-making, or serious games. The postdocs will be working in vibrant multidisciplinary teams that are addressing a range of topics that see transformative changes due to the paradigm shifting nature of immersive technologies. Example topics may include empirically validating immersive technologies across the academic spectrum; designing Immersive technologies for environmental decision making; exploring scientific foundations of immersive technologies. The Postdocs will be coordinated through The Center for Immersive Experiences at Penn State (Director: Dr. Alexander Klippel) but will work across projects at The Pennsylvania State University. Ongoing projects include: The Science of Being There – Immersive Virtual Field Trips for Geospatial Sciences; Visualizing Forest Futures – VIFF; Visualization and Access to Informal Settlements through Immersive Experiences; Transforming Education through Immersive Technologies; Immersive Storytelling for General Education Across the Academic Spectrum; Digital Innovation through Immersive Technologies: Establishing New Paradigms for Environmental Decision Support. Postdocs can have a range of qualifications and can come from several different backgrounds such as computer science, engineering, GIScience, landscape architecture/architecture, education, or psychology. Any subset of the list below is possible, but a strong focus is placed on technical skills as well as skill related to the quantitative and qualitative evaluation of immersive technologies. The ideal candidate must be adaptable, capable of thriving in a rapidly changing environment, where new approaches and technologies may change quickly. Qualifications include: 3D modeling and visualization skills (modeling for real time rendering a plus); programming skills (in particular C#); experience in the development of software for commercial or open source applications; code management system such as git; application development with game engines such as Unity3D and Unreal Engine; experience in learning assessment; experience in the design of experimental evaluations of (immersive) learning; communication skills for interacting with academics, instructional designers and others across the academic spectrum. The initial appointment is intended for 12 months but excellent options for an annual renewal exist depending on performance. The start date is envisioned for the fall 2019 and can be as early as September 1, 2019. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. The positions are full-time, benefits-eligible academic professional on a 12-month service basis. Eligibility for benefits are contingent on your citizenship or work authorization. The following documents are required for the application: Cover letter (no more than 2 pages), CV/Resume, link to a portfolio of projects/experiences (if applicable), up to three scientific publications, three academic references (letter writers). For questions about the positions please contact Dr. Klippel email@example.com. Application materials should be uploaded through psu.jobs.
To apply, use this link: https://psu.jobs/job/88810
Programmer / Analyst / Developer
The Center for Immersive Experiences (CIE) is seeking an experienced software developer to complement our team to create the next generation of cutting edge immersive experiences (xR) for academic applications. Day-to-day, the successful candidate will be expected to rapidly prototype and test new ideas, interfaces and interaction mechanics, as well as create fully realized production quality applications for deployment in academic environments. This job will be filled as a level 2 or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate’s competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires an Associate’s degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Strong preference will be given to candidates who have experience crafting media assets to support their unity development efforts. A familiarity with and excitement for the latest generation of consumer virtual reality technology (HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Valve Index, HoloLens 2, etc.) is highly desirable. Applicants should have experience developing custom content in the Unity or Unreal game engines, as well as familiarity with used platforms such a Blender. The successful candidate will need to be a versatile performer, capable of independent problem solving and creative thinking, while being equally comfortable working as a part of a multidisciplinary team. The successful candidate will be comfortable working in a rapidly evolving environment where tools and technologies may change quickly and problems rarely have clearly defined solutions. All candidates for this position should be prepared to submit a portfolio of relevant work along with their application materials. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.
To apply, use this link: https://psu.jobs/job/87979
— ******** Dr. rer. nat. Alexander Klippel, Professor Gosnell Senior Faculty Scholar Department of Geography & Affiliate Professor of Information Sciences and Technology Director: Center for Immersive Experiences firstname.lastname@example.org chorophronesis.psu.edu
The Graduate School for Geoinformatics at the Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster(http://www.uni-muenster.de/
The ifgi PhD scholarships include
· A monthly scholarship lump sum of 1.468 € per month (three years, starting April 1, 2020)
· Coverage of the semester fees for six semesters
· Travel costs to Germany (in case of not living in Germany), up to 1.200 € according to actual and documented costs
· Pre- and post-arrival support by ifgi.
Applications are requested by November 3rd, 2019, via email to the ifgi secretariat, email@example.com. Questions regarding the open topic can be sent to the corresponding group lead/professor.
Further information: https://www.uni-muenster.de/
-- Dr. Christoph Brox Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster Heisenbergstrasse 2 48149 Münster Germany firstname.lastname@example.org
Magistrát města Olomouce vyhlásil výběrová řízení na pozice:
- Koordinátor open dat a GIS (http://edeska.olomouc.eu/eDeska/eDeskaDetail.jsp?detailId=181837&fbclid=IwAR1evmuwnEYpFuwisgqycavNfaEsWOsCtk0FO3mxG3A3q9c5GFCAMl0q1sk)
- Koordinátor rozvoje chytrého města (http://edeska.olomouc.eu/eDeska/eDeskaDetail.jsp?detailId=181836&fbclid=IwAR3adRzNj5hBiu6moUcwlqpG-LA_zpQaoUuWEMBb34Z3jBqU5Yf1pEU9gjY).
Přihlášky je možné zasílat do 15. 7. 2019.