PGC’s ArcticDEM project was awarded in the HPC User Innovation category.
Happenings and events relevant to the Antarctic and Arctic science communities.
- NSF SmallSat Workshop: Agenda & Participant List
- NSF Workshop Announcement: SmallSats and Arctic Science
Interested in working with us? The Polar Geospatial Center employs about a dozen full-time staff members and a number of students. We’re always looking for talented applicants to join our growing team.
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Qualifications REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Advanced degree with 1 or more years of research training in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Remote Sensing, … Continue reading Position Available: Geospatial Developer (June 2017) – Filled!
The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign released their 2016 Annual Report. PGC’s Paul … Continue reading ArcticDEM Featured in NCSA Blue Waters [video]
The organizers of PEARC17 (Practice & Experience in Advanced Research Computing) today announced the keynote speakers for the conference in … Continue reading Paul Morin invited as PEARC17 Keynote Speaker
This position has been filled! Qualifications Required Qualifications Current University of Minnesota Graduate Student in GIS or related field Strong problem-solving … Continue reading Position Available: Graduate Research Assistant – FILLED!
PGC Support Vignette: NSF-PLR #1259167 Overview The 109th Airlift Wing is a unit of the New York Air National Guard … Continue reading PGC Support Vignette: Air National Guard 109th Airlift Wing
PGC’s Remote Sensing Scientist Claire Porter was recently featured in an interview for the University of Minnesota’s College of Science … Continue reading UMN Alumni Spotlight on PGC’s Claire Porter
We’re excited to announce another installment of our popular summer workshop. The 2017 Polar Geospatial Center Boot Camp, our intensive, four-day … Continue reading 2017 Summer Polar Boot Camp Registration Open!