Maynooth is recruiting for an exciting new post doc, as part of a pan European project. Developing drone and sensor applications in agriculture.
It would suit some one from a remote sensing back ground or applied physics/photonics who wants to move in to the quickly developing world of uav mounted sensing for smart agriculture.
Interesting looking conference from the Royal Society in London on June 17.
The free event looks at the use of rs tech for monitoring soils:
“A vacancy has arisen for an experienced and adaptable Remote Sensing Geoscientist to be based at our headquarters in Keyworth, Nottingham.
Depending on qualifications and experience, full time starting salary will be £29,400 – £38,254 per annum. Full time working hours are 37 per week excluding lunch breaks. A generous benefits package is also offered, including a company pension scheme, childcare voucher scheme, free on-site parking, 30 days annual leave plus 10.5 days public and privilege holidays.”
The closing date for applications is 30th May.
For more information see:
From Conor Cahalane in nuim:
We are pleased to advise that the Survey Ireland 2016 Conference, formerly held in the Dublin Institute of Technology, is taking place on Thursday 19 May 2016 in the Red Cow Moran Hotel, Naas Road, Dublin 22.