This opportunity might be of interest to some. Chris is also chairing "Geo for All" Urban Science and City Analytics thematic. Details at

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Subject: [GeoForAll-UrbanScience] 2 Positions in Urban Science, University of New South Wales, Sydney

Thought these two positions would be of interest to the group. Please feel free to distribute to your networks and apologies for cross-postings.

As Australia’s leading urban policy research centre, City Futures, University of New South Wales Sydney has exciting opportunities for motivated researchers to further enhance their investigative and academic talents in the discipline of Urban Science. Both roles primarily focus on their specialisation but also potentially contribute to projects on other city planning matters.

Research Fellow (Urban Modelling and Simulation) Ref 10900

The ideal candidate will have expertise and skills in urban modelling and simulation of complex and dynamic urban systems, in the context of spatial planning and understanding cities -

Research Associate (Urban Data Analytics & Visualisation) Ref 10899

The ideal candidate will have skills and expertise in data analytical techniques including geoprocessing, spatial-statistics and spatial data mining as well as visualisation techniques for representing multi-dimensional data and creating city dashboards -

Applications close: 2 August 2015

Chris Pettit

Professor of Urban Science

Associate Director, City Futures Research Centre

Built Environment, UNSW AUSTRALIA
T: +61 (2) 9385 4826

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