Earth Observation Jobs at Geoscience Australia


Geoscience Australia are currently seeking candidates for the following earth observation related positions:

  • Assistant Director, Data Workflow (for DEA Program)

  • Assistant Director, Calibration and Validation (for DEA Program)

  • DevOps Technical Lead (for National Earth and Marine Observations Branch) – to lead designs and implement systems for support production, management and publication of satellite and marine data products.

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Post-doc positions in Remote Sensing, UAVs and Precision Agriculture

The Hydrology, Agriculture and Land Observation (HALO) lab at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia is seeking to fill a number of post-doctoral positions across a range of exciting research topics. Candidates should have experience and training in at least two areas of agro-hydrological modeling, machine learning, high-resolution remote sensing or the application of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Applicants will ideally have prior experience in product or process retrieval (hydrological, agricultural or vegetation), the use of advanced remote sensing analysis techniques (i.e. data integration and analytics), as well as a strong background in programming and modeling.

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Call for papers - SSSI NSW 2018 Regional Conference, Wollongong

Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) New South Wales (NSW)

2018 Regional Conference, Wollongong

This year's Conference is being held in Wollongong, by the sea at the Novotel Northbeach Hotel and is a must for every surveying & spatial science professional. The Conference is being held from Wednesday, 14 November 2018 to Friday, 16 November 2018 including a pre-Conference workshop, Welcome event, and the NSW Asia Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards (APSEA) Gala Dinner.

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Digital Earth Australia -- First Look Webinar

The 2018 Federal Budget allocated AU$36.9 million to Digital Earth Australia (DEA), a world-class infrastructure that uses satellite data to detect physical changes across Australia in extraordinary detail.

For the first time, DEA will be demonstrated through a live webinar, providing the first look at how anyone in Australia can begin using this tool and its associated data. We will be covering the visualisation, access, services and analytical powers of DEA -- no matter your background or skill level, you’ll leave with a deeper understating of its potential.

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