Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in 3D environmental data capture, University of Edinburgh
The School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh, is seeking to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in 3D environmental data capture. We seek to recruit an outstanding colleague with either an established or an emergent profile using computational analyses of satellite/airborne 3D data to address environmental challenges such as landslides and flooding, ice cover change, deforestation, land use change, food security, natural resource management, and smart city agendas.
The post-holder will be expected to: pursue internationally-recognised independent research; deliver and develop teaching at UG and PG levels (including supervision of PhD students); undertake administrative duties in teaching, student support or university administration; secure research funding commensurate with the level of post; and engage in impact and knowledge exchange.
The School has a strong reputation for global change research, with research groups investigating the dynamics of the cryosphere, biosphere, oceans, atmosphere and landscapes. The School has a well-developed research base in geodatascience and earth observation, and an active Airborne GeoSciences unit.
Candidates should hold a PhD in a related discipline, have teaching experience and a publication record commensurate with career stage.
This is an open-ended permanent post available from 1st of August 2018 or earlier if possible.
Full details – including how to apply – are here
The closing date is 5pm GMT on 09 March 2018.