We seek a talented and highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to spearhead the Sensing City health project and to aid development of a multidisciplinary team in New Zealand.
This position with the Victorian River Feature Extraction Project involves working within a small team in a research and development environment. The main duties involve the development, testing and delivery of software tools which will run on very large volumes of vector and raster spatial data, utilising new and existing techniques and software. The project also involves collaboration with the Victorian Government.
CRCSI has a great opportunity for a dynamic communications professional to join the team. This position is located at the Head Office in Carlton, Melbourne.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI) and the University of Melbourne are conducting research on "Initiating the Development of a Test Facility for Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) Positioning Validation". A key component of the research is to validate operational details and users' testing requirements from various industries currently using GNSS positioning technology. Feedback will be used to develop the test system. The questionnaire can be accessed here and the PLS Online Survey-information sheet here.
The webcasts from the 2014 CRCSi Conference are now available for viewing. Click here to see all the presentations.
Applications are invited for Postdoctoral Research Fellow (full-time, fixed-term, 2 years with potential of extension) in the fields of algorithmic and modelling development for precise GNSS parameter estimation. The general team strategy is to exploit the diversity of the multi-constellation GNSS and the unique properties of their ultra-precise, multi-frequency carrier-phase tracking data to enable high-precision, high-integrity, real-time kinematic GNSS parameter estimation. The research aims at the design, development and testing of advanced mathematical models for the processing of carrier phase and pseudo range observations for fields of application as GNSS surveying and geodesy, GNSS remote sensing, air/space based applications of GNSS, and GNSS quality control. The main objective of these research positions is to contribute to the algorithmic development of PPP-RTK network processing models for the processing and analysis of multi-constellation, multi-frequency GNSS (GPS, BeiDou, Galileo, GLONASS, QZSS, IRNSS) data of Australian CORS stations, with the goal to enable single-receiver GNSS users to perform carrier-phase ambiguity resolved precise point positioning, otherwise known as PPP-RTK.
Awards winners, Mark Judd, Arron Walker, Graeme Wright and James McIntosh (L-R).
The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) awarded Professor Peter Teunissen an Honorary Doctorate Honoris Causa degree in recognition of his academic eminence and esteemed contributions to the fields of Geodetic Science and Global Satellite Navigation.