[StipHu] Fw: [geovis] Two fully-funded PhD positions in Demography/GIScience at University of St Andrews

Gede Mátyás saman at map.elte.hu
Mon Mar 25 10:03:15 CET 2019

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From: Urska Demsar <urska.demsar at st-andrews.ac.uk>
To: "geovis at iais.fraunhofer.de" <geovis at iais.fraunhofer.de>
Sent: Fri, 22 Mar 2019 18:25:11 +0000
Subject: [geovis] Two fully-funded PhD positions in Demography/GIScience at
University of St Andrews

Dear colleagues,

I will be co-supervising two fully-funded PhD projects at the cross of
demography/GIScience and am looking for candidates for these positions.

Both projects will investigate short- and long-term effects of air pollution
and extreme weather events on health and mortality, one in the wider context
of UK and the second one focusing on ethnic groups in Scotland. Projects will
require development of new data fusion methods for longitudinal and
environmental data (meteorological, air quality data, etc.) and application
and innovation in spatial statistics to deal with large fused data sets.

We are looking for students with a degree in any area of social, environmental
and health sciences (including statistics and applied mathematics), with
interest in methodological research and specifically in development of new
quantitative methods for spatio-temporal analysis.

More information here: https://wp.me/p4PBDq-5N

Both positions start in October 2019, but have different application DLs (10
April/10 May 2019).

Please, pass this on to anyone who might be interested.

Thank you in advance and I wish you a good weekend!

Urska Demsar

Dr Urska Demsar
Senior Lecturer in Geoinformatics
School of Geography & Sustainable Development
University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK
@udemsar, https://udemsar.com/

Co-Director of the Bell Edwards Geographic Data Institute

Associate Editor, International Journal of Geographic Information Science
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GEDE Mátyás
ELTE Térképtudományi és Geoinformatikai Tanszék, Budapest

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