[Hallgato] Fwd: 14 fully funded PhD (early-stage researcher) positions in Earth Observation in the GIONET project

András Zlinszky azlinszky at gmail.com
2011. Feb. 10., Cs, 13:11:19 CET

Végzős térképészek figyelem!
14 külföldi Marie Curie ösztöndíjas doktorandusz helyre lehet pályázni, ha
valaki távérzékelésben járatos és esetleg már publikációja is van. Részletek

Zlinszky András

 Dear colleagues,

We are seeking to recruit 14 early-stage researchers to the seven GIONET
full partner organisations.

GIONET will create a European Centre of Excellence for Earth Observation
research training. The University of Leicester is coordinating GIONET, which
is funded by the European Framework Programme 7 People Programme. It will
provide skilled personnel for the emerging GMES (Global Monitoring for
Environment and Security) land monitoring and emergency monitoring core
services during the GMES Initial Operations period (2011-2013) and beyond.
The rationale of GIONET is to train a community of early-stage researchers
in the areas of optical and radar remote sensing, including (i) modelling
fundamental radiative processes determining the satellite signal, (ii)
atmospheric correction and calibration, (iii) processing higher-order data
products, (iii) developing information products from satellite data to meet
user requirements, and (iv) statistical methods for assessing the quality
and accuracy of data products. This training will be delivered through
individually supervised research, four international summer schools and
local training. Communication skills and effective engagement with
stakeholders and the public will form an integral part of the training. The
full partner institutions in GIONET are the University of Leicester
(Department of Geography), Astrium GEO-Information Services; Gamma Remote
Sensing AG, Switzerland; the Institute of Geodesy and Cartography in Warsaw,
Poland; the Department for Earth Observation of the
Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany; the Balaton Limnological
Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the German
Aerospace Center in Oberpfaffenhofen. Two research posts are available at
each partner organisation. All researchers will have the opportunity to
register for a PhD regardless whether they are employed in a private sector
partner or a University partner organisation.

For details please see

Please forward this link to any suitable applicants.

 Best wishes,



Prof. Heiko Balzter, Professor of Physical Geography & Head of Department of

Bennett Building, University of Leicester, University Road, Leicester LE1
Tel: +44 (0)116 252 3820, Fax: +44 (0)116 252 3854,

PA: Mrs. Ann Williams (acw4 at le.ac.uk)

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