[R-jobs] Scientific Programmer: Simulation Analysis of Engineered Plants (University of Arizona, Tucson AZ)

David LeBauer d|eb@uer @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Tue Aug 28 02:16:45 CEST 2018


Title: Scientific Programmer � Simulation Analysis

Salary: $50-70k/y

Full Description and Application Portal: https://uacareers.com/postings/31668

We seek a scientific programmer to join the agricultural data science initiative at the University of Arizona. Our team is responsible for developing automated pipelines for data collection, simulation modeling, and statistical analysis that integrate heterogeneous data with scientific understanding. The goal of this project is to develop plants that respond to environmental cues alongside new remote sensing methods that detect these responses.

The scientific programmer will work closely with scientists who collect, use, and analyze data to simulate and analyze the growth and ecological dynamics of engineered plants. The programmer will be responsible for the deployment, development, and execution of data analysis and land surface simulation models (such as BioCro, ED2, and/or CLM5) using the PEcAn (pecanproject.org) simulation modeling and analysis workflow software that integrates data collected from a variety of handheld, aerial, and ground-based sensor platforms.

David LeBauer, PhD
Director of Data Science for the Arizona Experiment Station
1230 N Cherry Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85721
207 BSRL
University of Arizona
mailto:dlebauer using email.arizona.edu

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