The Built Environment Characterization Group within the Human Dynamics Section is currently seeking qualified applicants for a technical professional. In this role, you will work with a team of talented researchers, engineers, and technologists to develop the next-generation technological solutions to enable true impact on critical national security missions through a team-based approach and commitment to excellence. You will work within the Human Dynamics Section at ORNL, where you will have the opportunity to support a broad range of R&D projects in the development of data, models, methods, and computational approaches utilizing Earth observation, measurement, statistics, surveys and digital traces to provide insights into human activities and interactions with the environment, from local to global scales. As a member of the Built Environment Characterization Group, you will augment our expertise in discovering the functional and complex connections between humans and their physical, cultural, and socioeconomic landscapes.
The successful candidate will work on challenging, multidisciplinary projects that advance our understanding of human processes as they interact with the virtual, natural, and built environment. Solving problems motivated by national security challenges, you will have the opportunity to expand your skills, publish your findings, and leverage the expertise of a wide network of scientists. This position focuses on critical infrastructure data development research; specifically, to create highly accurate, geospatial data from open sources for emergency response and preparedness, population modelling and risk and resiliency modelling.
Our commitment to diversity: As we strive to become the world’s premier research institution in the sciences and technologies that underpin critical national security missions, we are committed to creating an inclusive environment that highly values a diverse workforce. We recognize that a breadth of perspectives, insights, and experiences are necessary to drive the level of innovation and discovery that is mission-critical to national security sciences. Our commitment extends beyond our workforce to the next generation of researchers with STEM education outreach that seeks to engage a diverse range of students.
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This position will remain open for a minimum of 5 days after which it will close when a qualified candidate is identified and/or hired.
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