1) Earth Observation Research and Development Support Grade: Scientist (£29,874 – £35,346) or Junior Scientist (£22,404 – £27,165) Appointment: 3 year Full Time Appointment with anticipation of extension to open-ended Closing Date: 15 Dec 2017 Location: Plymouth Marine Laboratory (UK) PML is looking for a dynamic, remote-sensing scientist to work on a number of new international research and development projects in the PML Earth Observation science group.  For more information see: https://advanced.advorto.com/PML/VacancyInformation.aspx?VId=20265

2) Earth Observation Scientist Open-ended Appointment Senior Scientist: (£37,183 – £42,625) or Scientist (£29,874 – £35,346) Closing Date: 15 Dec 2017 Location: Plymouth Marine Laboratory (UK) PML is looking for a dynamic, mathematically-inclined remote-sensing scientist who will work on developing, testing and implementing novel algorithms for using satellite data to study pools and fluxes of carbon in the ocean. For more information see: https://advanced.advorto.com/PML/VacancyInformation.aspx?VId=20267


Bit off topic

via Geographic distribution of field boundary Types

Donegal’s DroneSAR Ltd has won the European Commission prize announced last night in  at the awards ceremony for the 14th European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) winners. More at IrishTechnews

Tim and Connor organized a great conference last week. IEOS2017, in Maynooth was a real success with lots interesting talks, posters and displays. Day 2 was a specially organized session with ESA, showcasing all the available Copernicus data sources freely available, with lots of good discussions on how best we can use these services locally and build on them. All the presentations from this Copernicus Day are available here.

Remote Sensing Lecture

A Reminder- All Msc Student who attend the Remote sensing practical on  Monday, should report to the GIS Lab at 10am Monday for a catachup lecture/practical. Those students who attended the Tuesday morning sessions are finished.

Here is the assignment, deadline 30th November. assignment


Day 2 IEOS 2017

Stuart Green-Copernicus – My slides for todays talk at the the Copernicus day for IEOS2017. Big crowd!



Sitting in the  Lecture Theatre, in Maynooth University, listining to Steven Ramage on GEO

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