PhD Opportunity (fees and stipend scholarship included) – Landscape Evolution of Cultural Heritage Landscapes and Anthropogenic Landforms

Aim: To model spatio-temporal evolution of landscapes of cultural relevance to Indigenous Māori communities in Aotearoa New Zealand, and model future evolution of engineered landforms. Summary: In this research quantitative terrain analysis will characterize modern landscapes, and Community Surface Dynamics Modelling System (CSDMS) tools will be use to model future evolution under different land use and climate […]

New PhD student Andrea Pozo Estívariz joins the GRI

We are pleased to welcome Andrea Pozo Estívariz as a PhD student within the Geospatial Research Institute. Andrea summarises her PhD below:   “I am a civil engineer from Spain. Since my Master’s I have been working in the GeoOcean research group (University of Cantabria), having the opportunity to deep into different research topics such […]

New PhD student Sidney Wong joins the GRI

We are pleased to welcome Sidney Wong as a PhD student within the Geospatial Research Institute. Sidney is excited to be offered the opportunity through the Geospatial Research Institute Toi Hangarau PhD Scholarship to model the social and linguistic characteristics of local populations using geo-referenced language data. He was attracted by the transdisciplinary nature of […]