Topic: Hydrometeorological extremes under the context of climate change (including cyclones, droughts, thermal extremes, etc.)
Where: The Hydrology Remote Sensing Lab (HRSL) at Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research, National Central University (Taiwan)
Deadline: at the time of positions filled; opening starts from August 1, 2023.
Info: Prof. Yuei-An Liou (

Our research integrates satellite-based remote sensing techniques, hydrological modeling, artificial intelligence models, and data analysis to address water-related challenges. We strive to enhance our understanding of hydrometeorological extremes within the context of climate change.

For instance, our focus on improving our understanding of drought risk and its dynamics is to consider the changing climate patterns. Responsibilities of the postdoctoral fellows include:
• Conducting independent research on assessing drought risk in the context of climate change.
• Developing innovative approaches and methodologies for analyzing remote sensing data and hydrological modeling.
• Collecting, processing, and analyzing satellite-based remote sensing datasets to characterize drought conditions.
• Collaborating with interdisciplinary research teams to integrate climate data, hydrological models, and socioeconomic factors.
• Publishing research findings in high-impact scientific journals and presenting at relevant conferences.
• Assisting in supervising graduate students and mentoring junior researchers.
• Participating in grant proposal writing and seeking external funding opportunities to support the research.

Apply here:
Please send your application to Ms. Flora Liang at with the subject line “Postdoc Application – Hydrology Remote Sensing Lab.” Review of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Required documents:
Personal resume (including academic experience, autobiography, recent photo), diploma, and transcript.
Graduation thesis and other related works.

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