The Geoinformatics Unit aims at developing intelligent systems that monitor and assess the state and changes of urban areas and natural environments from large-scale time-series geospatial data. We study fundamental technologies of geospatial data analysis that can deal with data incompleteness, limited training data, and multimodality. Our applied research includes disaster response, urban planning, and forest monitoring.
To achieve the goal, we are now seeking passionate research scientists and postdoctoral researchers in one of the following areas:
Applicants must already possess or are scheduled to receive, a doctoral degree in computer science, Earth science, maths, or related areas by the time of appointment.
Further information can be found here.
Prospective postdocs are encouraged to apply for JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Standard Program or JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Short-term Program.
Please contact Naoto Yokoya (naoto.yokoyariken.jp) for further information.