Position in Hyperspectral Imaging and Water Resource Sensing



This position offers a unique opportunity to utilize cutting-edge hyperspectral imaging technology for the advancement of water resource sensing and management.

Specific Role:

  • The exact title and responsibilities will depend on the organization and focus of the position. However, some potential roles include:
    • Hyperspectral Imaging Scientist: Conducting research and development related to applying hyperspectral imaging to water resource challenges.
    • Water Resource Sensing Specialist: Utilizing hyperspectral data to analyze water quality, monitor resource availability, and assess environmental impacts.
    • Remote Sensing Analyst: Interpreting and processing hyperspectral data acquired from ground, airborne, or satellite platforms.
    • Project Manager: Leading and coordinating research projects and field campaigns involving hyperspectral imaging and water resource applications.


  • Technical:
    • Develop and implement techniques for acquiring, processing, and analyzing hyperspectral data of water resources.
    • Employ advanced image processing algorithms and statistical methods to extract meaningful information from hyperspectral data.
    • Design and conduct field campaigns to collect hyperspectral data of lakes, rivers, streams, or other water bodies.
    • Maintain and manage instrumentation related to hyperspectral imaging and water resource sensing.
  • Research & Development:
    • Identify and investigate potential applications of hyperspectral imaging for water resource management and conservation.
    • Contribute to the development of new sensors and methodologies for improved water resource data acquisition and analysis.
    • Conduct research on the relationship between hyperspectral data and various water quality parameters (e.g., chlorophyll, turbidity, nutrient levels).
    • Collaborate with scientists, engineers, and stakeholders in implementing hyperspectral technology for water resource solutions.
  • Communication & Dissemination:
    • Prepare and present research findings at conferences, workshops, and seminars.
    • Publish research articles in peer-reviewed journals and other scientific publications.
    • Collaborate with stakeholders to translate research findings into practical applications for water resource management.
    • Participate in outreach and education activities to raise awareness about the potential of hyperspectral imaging for water resources.


  • Ph.D. in Remote Sensing, Water Resources, Environmental Science, Physics, or related field.
  • Strong expertise in hyperspectral imaging technology, including data acquisition, processing, and analysis techniques.
  • Experience working with water quality analysis and environmental monitoring methodologies.
  • Proven ability to conduct independent research and publish scientific findings.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills for collaboration and stakeholder engagement.
  • Familiarity with programming languages and statistical software packages.
  • Experience with field data collection and instrumentation is highly desirable.