[CRYOLIST] Post Doc position available at BEC-ICM in Barcelona
cgabarro at icm.csic.es
Fri Jul 13 01:16:35 PDT 2018
The Barcelona Expert Center in Remote Sensing (BEC)* - ICM-CSIC
(http://cp34-bec.cmima.csic.es/bec/) in Barcelona, Spain, invites
applications for *a Post Doc position on sea ice remote sensing.*
This position is funded by the Spanish Research Council. The fellow will
join BEC’s Cryosphere group, and will work on developing tools and
algorithms to retrieve sea ice parameters from L-band passive remote
sensing measurements , and applying synergistic approaches between
different radiometer data and/or sensor types.
The European Space Agency (*ESA) Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS)
mission* carries an L-band interferometric radiometer which has the
capability to measure thin ice thickness (thanks to the L-band signal
penetration), as well as ice concentration, among other parameters.
*Candidates* for this position *must have a* *PhD or at the level
thereof* and background on Physics, Mathematics or Engineering.
Experience/knowledge on remote sensing and Cryospheric science is also
desirable. The candidate should be self-motivated, with good writing and
communication skills. Additional required skills include:
* Data processing and analysis
* Programming/computational skills, such as in Matlab, Python, C++ and
* Good interpersonal and team working skills.
The contract is initially offered for one year, *starting on January
2019*, with a *gross salary of about 32.500 EUR/year.*
Applications should be submitted by e-mailed to Carolina Gabarro
(cgabarro at icm.csic.es), *by October 31*^*st* *, 2018*. Please send
complete curriculum vitae and a letter of intent that describes your
academic and career goals as well as research interests. Moreover,
please provide the name and email of two references.
Institut de Ciències del Mar - CSIC
Barcelona Expert Center on Remote Sensing (BEC-RS)
Pg. Marítim de la Barceloneta 37-49, Barcelona 08003.
Tel: +34 932309630 / Fax: +34 932309555
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