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GPS & Satellite Geodesy Jobs at Tech. U. of Crete

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Originally From: Prof. Mertikas <mertikas@mred.tuc.gr>

Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering Laboratory Technical University of Crete, Chania, Crete, Greece

The Laboratory of Geodesy & Geomatics Engineering of the Technical University of Crete at Chania (TUC) has immediate openings for two positions associated with the Establishment of a European radar altimeter calibration and sea-level monitoring site for Jason, ENVISAT and EURO-GLOSS on Gavdos, Crete. The candidates will have the opportunity to work on the 3-year international project alongside with teams from well-known research institutes, such as the NASA Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology (USA), CNES (France), Space Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Cadastre of Denmark (KMS), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH-Zurich), etc. Coordinator of the project is the Laboratory of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering.

Post-Doc Research Scientist

The Laboratory of Geodesy & Geomatics Engineering has an immediate opening for a Post-doctoral researcher in applied GPS (Global Positioning System) geodetic techniques. The candidate will work out of TUC on the international project for the Establishment of a European radar altimeter calibration and sea-level monitoring site for Jason, ENVISAT and EURO-GLOSS on Gavdos, Crete.

The applicant must have:

a Ph.D. degree, preferably with experience on satellite geodesy,sea-level change, GPS data processing and quality control of GPS measurements, satellite navigation,

Programming proficiency in Fortran, C, C++ with Unix platforms

Fluency in English

Proposal writing skills

Experience with satellite processing software (i.e., Teqc, Geodyn, GIPSY, GAMIT, Bernese, etc.) is an asset.

Salary will be according to qualifications and experience.

Researcher/Engineer/Technician

The Laboratory of Geodesy & Geomatics Engineering has an immediate opening for a researcher/engineer/technician in GPS techniques with experience in development and application of precise positioning software, GPS precise orbit determination, and/or ambiguity resolution techniques. The applicant must have:

An engineering degree and/or post-graduate degree.

Programming skills in Unix, C, C++, and FORTRAN, Web publishing is required.

Fluency in English is required.

Salary will be according to qualifications and experience. This position may lead to a PhD degree.

Duties for both positions may include:

Precise Surveying-Geodetic field works with GPS, Satellite Laser Ranging, and Doris satellite System.

Precise determination of aircraft trajectory with kinematic GPS

Data quality control and Analysis

Tide-gauge measurement retrieval, archival and analysis

Real-time radio-communication links and monitoring of remote instrumentation

Atmospheric parameter measurement retrieval, archival and analysis

Development and testing of quality control algorithms

Please send a C.V., list of publications, statement of research interests, and the names of 3 references to:

Professor Stelios Mertikas,
Laboratory of Geodesy & Geomatics Engineering,
Technical University of Crete,
GR-73 100, Chania, Crete,
Greece,
Tel: +30-821-37 429, Fax: +30-821- 37 476, e-mail: mertikas@mred.tuc.gr.

http://www.mred.tuc.gr/home/geodesy.html


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