CRISiSLab Webinar on Community Seismic Network & Earthquake Early WarningOctober 12, 2021
CRISiSLab Webinar: Thoughts on Earthquake Early Warning and Operational Forecasting in Southwest IcelandFebruary 2, 2022
- Extraction of disaster impacts from text-based social media sources
- Integrating the text data with sensor data and conventional geographic data sets using multi-modal data fusion
- Exploring the use of this data in a question-answering system to support earthquake response
The project will be supervised by Dr Kristin Stock, Director of the Massey Geoinformatics Collaboratory and Senior Lecturer in Information Technology; and Dr Raj Prasanna, CRISiSLab Lead, and Senior Lecturer at Massey University.
The scholarship will provide a student stipend of $27,500 per annum plus tuition fees.
Requirements from applicants:
- Meeting the University requirements for entry into the PhD programme, including a postgraduate degree in computer science, geospatial science with a strong computational element, or similar
- A strong computer science background, with skills in deep learning and natural language processing
- Skills in geographic information/geospatial science will be an advantage
How to apply:
Please submit your application by emailing the following documents to email@example.com:
- academic transcripts showing grades for all qualifications completed
- a cover letter explaining why you are interested in and suitable for the position
- details of three referees
Closing Date: 10th December 2021.