The Data Science and Technology group at ZMT is seeking a Research Scientist to support research work on Scalable Habitat Mapping of Marine Ecosystems Deadline for applications 8 December 2021
Candidates interested in research work at the intersection of marine ecology, artificial intelligence, and Earth observation are invited to apply.
The position is expected to involve:
- Development of collaborative and innovative research goals towards improved analytical throughput of habitat mapping for marine and coastal surveys
- Machine learning and photogrammetric modelling of (color or multi-spectral) images from aerial and underwater surveys
- Development of methods and mapping products useful for spatial ecological study of systems such as coral reef
The position is based in Bremen, Germany.
Please send your application (your scientific CV, including a list of publications, a letter of motivation (max 2 pages), a primer of relevant experience (max 1 page), contact details (email and phone) of two references, copies of relevant certificates) as a single pdf file with the reference number “216 – DIGIZ” to Ms. Lena Oehlmann, E-Mail: bewerbungleibniz-zmt [dot] de.