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College of Science established a new institute "Global Environment and Natural Resources Institute (GENRI)"

COS team attended the HMNDP meeting in Geneva during march 11-15, 2013.

Mr. Di Wu, an ESGS Ph.D. student, received the "Best Student Research Poster & Oral Presentation Award" in the GIS day 2012 poster competition.

Dr. Byong-Lyol LEE, President of the Commission for Agricultural Meteorology (CAgM), World Meteorological Organization (WMO) visited College of Science (COS), George Mason University (GMU) during June 2-9, 2012.

ESTC and NCAM agreed on long-term cooperation

COS signs a MOU with the NCC/CMA for cooperative research and exchanging scientists and students

Mason Signs MOU for Environmental Research with Chinese Scientists

COS Starts New Environmental Science and Technology Center with China

A part time Research Assistant (RA) position for MS graduate or Senior/Junior undergraduate students is now available at Global Environment and Natural Resources Institute (GENRI), College of Science, George Mason University. This student will work 10~15 hour per week to analyze and collect the climate/weather observational data sets for the exploration project of the National Environmental Satellite Data Information Service (NESDIS) of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). >>details Environmental Science and Technology Center (ESTC) at College of Science (COS), George Mason University, invites applicants for a full-time Research Assistant/Associate Professor position. The successful candidate will conduct research to integrate observations of weather, soil, and vegetation from multiple platforms to develop a comprehensive risk management system for drought monitoring in Africa and investigate agro-ecosystem and agricultural productivity impacts of drought.

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George Mason University, College of Science, Environmental Science and Technology Center (ESTC), invites applicants for a full-time Research Associate Professor.

The successful candidate will lead research in satellite reprocessing in support of NOAA Climate Data Records (CDRs) and reanalysis and coordinate the Federal employee at the Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR) of the National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service (NESDIS) in NOAA.

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A part time GRA position available to develop and maintain the web page for WMO WAMIS.

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George Mason University, College of Science, Environmental Science and Technology Center (ESTC), invites applicants for a full-time Research Associate Professor.

>>details Subject to funding approval, a Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) position for PhD student is now available at Environmental Science and Technology Center (ESTC), College of Science, George Mason University. This position requires US permanent residency or US citizen so as to provide technical support to NASA Direct Readout Laboratory.

Requirements:
  1. A master degree in applied mathematics or physics or computer science;
  2. Experience in remote sensing data processing;
  3. Proficient in scientific programming with C/C++ under Linux/Unix;
  4. Be able to work independently and with a multi-disciplinary team;
If you are interested in this GRA position, please send your resume to Dr. John Qu (Email: jqu@gmu.edu ).
George Mason University
Environmental Science and Technology Center
Post-Doc Position (GMU-ESTC-0901)
Subject to funding approval, the Environmental Science and Technology Center (ESTC) at George Mason University (GMU) will make a post-doc appointment. ESTC is a joint international center between GMU and other government institutes to collaborate in research programs in the Earth Science, Information technology, and Instrumentation sciences. This position is for supporting MODIS Characterization Support Team (MCST). All candidates must have degrees in an appropriate physical discipline and a demonstrated research record in accordance with the following specific qualifications:
  1. A Ph.D. degree in remote sensing or Earth observing;
  2. Experience in remote sensing data processing and applications;
  3. Strong background on satellite instrument characterization and cross-sensor cal/val;
  4. Proficient in scientific programming with Matlab, IDL and C/C++ under Linux/Unix;
  5. Be able to work independently and with a multi-disciplinary team;
If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to Dr. John Qu (Email: jqu@gmu.edu).