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[Met-jobs] ESA: Internal Research Fellow (PostDoc) in Earth Observation Exponential Technologies

From Roger Brugge <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Mon, 18 Sep 2017 11:16:14 +0000

EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY
 
Research Fellowship Opportunity in the Directorate of Earth Observation 
Programmes.
 
ESA is an equal opportunity employer, committed to achieving diversity within 
the workforce and creating an inclusive working environment. Applications from 
women are encouraged.
 
Post
Internal Research Fellow (PostDoc) in Earth Observation Exponential Technologies
This post is classified F2 on the Coordinated Organisations’ salary scale.
 
Location
ESRIN, Frascati, Italy  
Description
As Φ-lab Research Fellow, you will be part of a dynamic team exploring how 
exponential advances in digital and sensor technologies are shaping the future 
of Earth Observation (EO). The research team will be operating within the 
framework of the newly created Φ-lab at ESRIN, which aims to identify, support 
and scale bold innovative EO solutions addressing societal and technical 
challenges, by capitalizing on the benefits of the Space4.0 revolution.
 
As part of the Φ-lab team, you will explore the use of new technologies across 
disciplines to develop innovative research around future EO missions, science, 
applications, and education. You will be based within the Φ-lab open-space, 
offering you an inspiring collaborative and design-thinking environment to 
develop your research alongside a team of innovators, data scientists and 
researchers passionate about innovation.
 
ESA may award up to ten of Φ-lab Research Fellowships, based on this 
opportunity.
 
Interested candidates are highly encouraged to visit the ESA website: 
www.esa.int

Details can be seen here: New  research opportunities with ESA Earth 
Observation  http://bit.ly/2xkJwee



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