12 March, 2018
The Hydrology, Agriculture and Land Observation (HALO) are seeking to fill a number of post-doctoral positions across a range of exciting research topics. Candidates will need to 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. We are looking for outstanding multi-disciplinary researchers with interest in any of the following broad topics:
These positions present an exciting opportunity to exploit emerging sensors and platforms for advanced earth observation, and to develop new tools and techniques for the analysis and interpretation of vast quantities of data. Evidence of published research in these areas is a prerequisite for application.
Located on the Red Sea 80 km north of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, KAUST is an international graduate level research University. KAUST offers an attractive tax-free compensation package that includes on-campus housing, annual travel allowance and health-insurance benefits. Positions are available for an initial two-year period, with the possibility of extension. The successful candidates will have access to cutting-edge facilities, collaboration with world leading multi-disciplinary faculty, considerable research support, and opportunities for international collaboration.
Applicants should send a 1-2 page resume that details their qualifications, relevant experience and list of journal publications, together with the contact information of at least two referees. Information should be addressed to Prof. Matthew McCabe at firstname.lastname@example.org. A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled. Further details of our research group can be found at https://halo.kaust.edu.sa/