Graduate Reserach Opprotunities 

Faculty within the Department of Geography at Simon Fraser Unoiversity are seeking Masters students, Ph.D. students, and Postdoctoral Researchers to work on the following projects outlined below. Please contact the faculty listed in each announcement for more information about these potential research opportunities, including their anticipated start date.

PhD or MSc student in Hydrology Research

The Hydrology Research Group (under the supervision of Jesse Hahm) is actively seeking new MSc and PhD students to work on drought ecohydrology or wetted channel extent related projects. Funding for graduate students is available from a mixture of teaching assistantships and research grants. Interested applicants should contact Jesse directly before applying (, and share i) a cover letter outlining how their research interests specifically intersect with ongoing group research, ii) a CV, iii) unofficial transcripts, and iv) the names and contact information of references.

PhD or MSC student in Remote Sensing of Enviromental Change 

The Remote Sensing of Environmental Change (ReSEC) lab is looking for a motivated graduate student (PhD/MSc) with a strong remote sensing background to start from Fall 2023. Skills and research experience in vegetation classification, object-based imagery analysis, machine learning and deep learning, remote sensing big data, cloud computing (e.g., Google Earth Engine), spatio-temporal analysis, or ecological monitoring are desired. If interested, please check the Lab webpage and contact Dr. Bing Lu.