Monday, November 5, 2012
The Michigan Tech Research Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, a member of the MichiganView consortium, is looking to hire talented people to work on applied science problems utilizing remote sensing and geospatial analysis.
Assistant Research Scientist - Geospatial Database Analyst
The Assistant Research Scientist – Geospatial Database Analyst will provide relational database and web decision support tool support for ongoing and future applied research programs focused on the application of remote sensing, geospatial analysis, and statistical data analysis to solving critical problems in earth sciences and environmental processes. Current research areas include carbon budget and emission impacts from wildfires, carbon flux modeling, improved geotemporal visualization of complex data and patterns, Arctic landscape change, Great Lakes aquatic sensing, invasive species mapping, transportation infrastructure assessment and logistics modeling, wetlands assessment, amongst others. The position is based at MTRI in Ann Arbor, MI (www.mtri.org).
Research Engineer/Scientist II - Advanced Geospatial Analyst
The Research Engineer/Scientist II – Advanced Geospatial Analyst will fulfill the need for advanced geospatial analysis, programming, geotemporal visualization, statistical analysis, and modeling. The position will need to combine analytical skills with the ability to visualize complex geospatial data. The position is based at MTRI in Ann Arbor, MI (www.mtri.org).
Applications should be submitted online through the links above.