I am looking thinkers that are scientifically curious and with strong capability in processing big remotely sensed data. If you are interested in global environmental problems and time series analysis, the GERS Lab would be a good place for you. Please browse our website and our recent publications to decide whether your interests match with what we are doing.
Prospective Graduate Students
I currently have a fully supported new RA position (Master or Ph.D. levels) with potential research directions include (but are not limited to): tree disturbance, health, and mortality mapping. If you are interested in joining the GERS Lab, please contact us via Email. Please include your CV, your research interest statement, and your research plan. The requirements for admission can be found here. Please submit your application soon to be better considered for full support (tuition waiver and salary) as RA or University Fellowship.
Prospective Postdoctoral Researchers and Visiting Scholars
I currently do not have any postdoctoral researcher position. However, if you are a big fan of using satellite time series and have funding to support yourself, please contact me via Email. Please include your CV, your research interest statement, and your research plan. You can explore funding opportunities from NSF, the Fulbright Program, and other organizations/agencies.
Please contact the person whose research most align with your interest.
Wetland Mapping, Urban Scenes, and Time Series Analysis
Yang, Xiucheng <email@example.com>
Data Harmonization, Near Real-Time Monitoring, and Vegetation Phenology
Shang, Rong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cloud detection, Time Series Data Preprocessing, and Land Disturbance Mapping
Qiu, Shi <email@example.com>
Change Detection, Land Cover Classification, and Time Series Modeling
Zhang, Junxue <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Night-time Light Data Analysis and Time Series Data Analysis
Li, Tian <email@example.com>