New remote sensing job in Ireland

The Marine Institute, Galway, Ireland is looking to recruit a new remote sensing specialist. More details here

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ieos7 A GREAT SUCCESS

Thanks to everyone who attended, organised, presented at Irish Earth Observation Symposium 7 in Teagasc Ashtown Dublin. It seems to have been a successful meeting, with plenty of stimulating presentations and discussions.

So here’s to next year (to be Hosated in NUI Maynooth). The Presentations will be posted shortly but first here is the book of abstracts: Teagasc_Booklet_31pp

Irish winner Copernicus competition

An Irish lead consortium has created an integrated harmful algal bloom alert system for aquaculture and in doing so won the first price in the Copernicus masters completion;
http://www.copernicus-masters.com/index.php?anzeige=press-2013_03.html

Another great Irish earth observation success story

PhD studentship in the area of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and machine vision

A PhD studentship in the area of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and machine vision areas is available for the academic year 2014. The studentship will be hosted in the Department of the Informatics and System Engineering, Cranfield University, Defence Academy of UK, Shrivenham, Swindon SN6 8LA, United Kingdom. Dependent on the project the successful candidate will be offered opportunity to work with other universities within UK and/or aboard (Germany and China) as part of the study…..more

Course on Applying Earth Observation Data to Storm Surge Modelling and Forecasting

Applications for the eSurge short course on Applying Earth Observation Data to Storm Surge Modelling and Forecasting are now being taken.

http://www.storm-surge.info/applications-esurges-training-event-ireland-now-open

 

Deadline for applications is Midnight (GMT) on December 6th, 2013.

 

For further information and to apply, see http://www.storm-surge.info/training-event/