|Salary:||£40,745 to £45,737 per annum|
|Placed On:||31st March 2023|
|Closes:||23rd April 2023|
The School of Geographical Sciences at the University of Bristol is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Environmental Data Science. The School of Geographical Sciences has a long and established reputation in computationally intensive geographical research spanning from climate modelling, flood risk detection to election prediction and urban growth. The successful applicant will join the School’s Modelling and Geocomputation Research Strand, expanding its capacity for research and teaching in environmental data science. They will contribute to our new MSc programmes in Geographic Data Science and Data Analytics as well as Environmental Modelling and Data Analysis. We are particularly interested in candidates whose expertise includes, among other things, machine learning (particularly deep learning), Earth observation and satellite imagery.
What will you be doing?
This appointment will build on the School’s strengths in quantitative geography, spatial modelling and environmental modelling, and will further expand its current capabilities in environmental data science.
The successful candidate will have an established expertise and research trajectory in using and/or developing state of the art methods within the broader environmental data science domain.
The successful candidate will contribute to:
You should apply if
The School is committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI). Information on our policies and strategy is available on our website, and we strongly encourage applications from all backgrounds especially those historically underrepresented in academia. We are committed to providing mentorship and a collegial and inclusive working environment for staff and have a proactive EDI committee with broad representation across the School.
Please include a full CV and a two-page cover letter that briefly summarises your vision for research (including impact), education, and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), including how you will contribute to our collegial, collaborative and inclusive community.
For informal queries, contact details: Physical Geography: Professor Tony Payne - A.J.Payne@bristol.ac.uk
Human Geography : Professor Emmanouil Tranos - email@example.com
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