Environmental Sensing, Data Analytics, and Computational Ecology Opportunities
The Environmental Systems Branch in the Environmental Laboratory (EL) of the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) are leaders in the areas of environmental characterization and change detection, application of geospatial and sensor technologies, and field collection and modeling of environmental data. This branch is composed of motivated and innovative people working in physical geography, biology, ecology, civil and electrical engineering, computer science, and physics who are involved in a wide range of civil and military research projects. We are currently expanding our capabilities in the areas of environmental sensor and instrumentation technologies, data analytics, and computational ecology. These research areas require significant expertise in computing, electrical engineering, mathematics, as well as spatial modeling and network science.
The ERDC is a world class research organization composed of seven laboratories and over 2,000 employees, which execute more than $1B per year in support of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Defense, and a variety of other sponsors. The EL’s 200+ scientists and engineers seek to “provide solutions to tomorrow’s environmental challenges” through a broad array of basic and applied research. To obtain more information, please send a cover letter and curriculum vitae to: Mr. Mark Graves (firstname.lastname@example.org).