Play and Explore
We are always seeking excellent students to study remote sensing and related environmental urban challenges, especially if they involve high-resolution thermal imaging, urban energy efficiency, multi-scale analysis, machine learning and GEOgraphic Object-Based Image Analysis (GEOBIA).
If your research interests coincide with those of our and if you are willing to dedicate yourself to graduate, or post-doctoral research in our team, please email Dr. Geoff Hay with (i) an updated copy of your CV, (ii) a brief research plan indicating what you would like to do (including what kind of graduate work, PhD, MSc or MGIS) and how your background may fit our research program and projects. (iii) If English is not your native language, please provide recent TOFEL and/or IELTS results, or advise when they will be available.
Guides for Graduate Students
We recommend you look over the literature below before considering your graduate career. We would also recommend that you contact graduate students who are currently been supervised by the adviser – to hear first-hand what kind of experience they are exposed to. Remember to contact more than one student, so you can get a more complete perspective and understanding of the environment you may work in, and then make an appointment to visit (if possible) your potential adviser in person. Remember, advisor’s and students choose each other.
- Chenevix-Trench, G. 2006. What makes a good Ph.D. student? Nature 441:252.
- Smaglik, P. 2006. Comments. Nature 442:217.
- Chenevix-Trench, G. Guide for PhD students (and post-docs) aiming for a successful career in science.