You will work as an academic somewhere within sensing, collecting, modelling, interpreting or communicating spatial information. Your specialisation is expected to complement the current team’s expertise. Suitable areas could be, for example, information from imaging sensors, data analytics, or urban informatics. You will contribute to the team’s research impact and broaden its appeal in terms of industry engagement.
The responsibilities of the position will include the development and delivery of successful undergraduate and graduate teaching subjects and making a significant contribution to the research activities of the department, including supervision of research higher degree students.
More details can be found here: http://jobs.unimelb.edu.au/jobDetails.asp?sJobIDs=881426
Application deadline is 31 January 2014.