The Department of Geography at the University of Cincinnati
is expected to offer (pending final approval) a postdoctoral position
to a self-motivated researcher to undertake work in the area of space
exploration informatics. The candidate must have expertise in one or
more of the following fields: remote sensing, planetary geomorphology,
computational intelligence and geoinformatics, or image processing,
with the PhD in geography, computer science, geology, or related
fields. The successful candidate will be involved in one or more of the
following research projects: automatic cataloging of crater and other
geomorphic features from high resolution planetary images,
machine-learning-based automatic geomorphic mapping, and data mining of
large spatial planetary and terrestrial datasets. The candidate will be
expected to work in a multidisciplinary, highly motivated and
productive team. A high level of motivation, ability to solve
challenging problems, and passion for research are expected.
The candidate should have a good communication and writing
skills. The responsibility include designing and executing computer
codes, analyzing and reporting original results, writing scientific
manuscripts, and participating in daily computer lab maintenance.
Skills in maintaining a server and local area network are highly
Postdoctoral position will be offered for an initial period
of up to two years, with possible extension to a maximum of three
years. The University of Cincinnati is an equal opportunity /
affirmative action employer. Women, people of color, people with
disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. Please contact Dr.
Tomasz Stepinski (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Thomas Jefferson Chair
Professor of Space Exploration Informatics, for further information.