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General Statement:

General Statement:

Join our pioneering team at the University of Manitoba to advance research on climate risks and impacts. We welcome applicants at all levels from diverse backgrounds, including civil engineering, water resources, climate science, agronomy, geography, statistics, or related fields. We value a range of perspectives and expertise. If you are driven by curiosity and motivated to make impactful discoveries, we encourage you to apply.


In our lab, students will be trained to collect, organize, and analyze geospatial and socioeconomic data; conduct empirical and numerical modeling; and write professional research documents. In addition to technical skills, I will offer tailored guidance on project management, communication, leadership, professional writing, and networking to ensure that each trainee achieves their career development goals and makes a significant contribution to the team. Several project options are available; to understand the work we do, please see examples of Research and Papers.


The University of Manitoba, located in Winnipeg, Canada, is the province’s largest research university. We are committed to fostering an educational community enriched by diverse intellectual, cultural, and social perspectives, welcoming contributions from various backgrounds.

Current Opportunity:

Current Opportunity:

Our lab is currently seeking highly motivated 2 MS and 1 PhD students (starting from Sep 2024 or Jan 2025) passionate about using geospatial data science to advance our understanding of climate risks, impacts, and sustainability goals. Until more specific project-based guidelines are available, please contact Dr. Lee directly at Donghoon.Lee@umanitoba.ca.


General guidelines:

  • Please include ‘Prospective Student/Postdoc’ in the email subject line.

  • Include a brief description of what interests you about research in our group, along with a full CV and a transcript of courses taken.

  • We review applications on a rolling basis until positions are filled.


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EDI statement:

EDI statement:

The Lee Research Lab aims to cultivate an equitable, diverse, and inclusive space and is committed to advancing the principles of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) through attentive listening, compassionate support, and continuous learning. We foster a human-centric environment, welcoming individuals from all backgrounds, including but not limited to age, race, ethnicity, culture, sexual and gender identities, abilities, and socioeconomic status. We uphold the right of all members to a safe and secure working environment where they are treated with dignity and respect. All members of the Lee Research Lab are expected to sign this pledge. For additional information, please visit:

University of Manitoba

University of Manitoba

University of Manitoba

The University of Manitoba stands as a beacon of innovation and diversity, offering students from around the globe top-tier education, cutting-edge research opportunities, and a supportive community in the heart of Canada.

Winnipeg, Canada

Winnipeg, Canada

Winnipeg, Canada

Winnipeg, the vibrant heart of the Canadian Prairies, offers international students an affordable, culturally rich, and academically excellent environment.

Phone: 204.480.1828

Email: Donghoon.Lee@umanitoba.ca

Address: E1-428 EITC, 15 Gillson Street, University of Manitoba

Lee Research Lab | Department of Civil Engineering | University of Manitoba

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