PhD Fellowships in Remote Sensing At Virginia Tech

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May 30, 2013

PhD Fellowships in Remote Sensing are available immediately in Virginia Tech’s new Interdisciplinary Graduate Program.

Remote Sensing is an interdisciplinary field which is evolving rapidly as more and more techniques are developed and implemented to address a wide range of scientific and societal problems. Virginia Tech’s new remote sensing graduate curriculum spans multiple departments, including courses in electrical engineering, computer engineering, forestry, geography, history, economics, computer science, and statistics.

Research opportunities exist within the Center for Space Science and Engineering Research (Space@VT) and the Center for Environmental Applications of Remote Sensing (CEARS).

Interested applicants are encouraged to visit our website (http://rsigep.frec.vt.edu/) to learn more about specific research opportunities, the application process, and to communicate with prospective advisors.

General questions can be directed to Dr. Joseph Baker (jo.baker@vt.edu) or Dr. Valerie Thomas (thomasv@vt.edu).

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