The Chair of Urban Structure and Transport Planning at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is looking for 2 Research Associates (up to 100%), starting in January 2020. The application deadline is Friday, September 13th, 2019. More details can be found here: http://www.sv.bgu.tum.de/fileadmin/w00bnl/www/PDF/News/2_positions_EIT_Urban_Mobility_%40_TUM_SV.pdf
The Center for Transport Studies at the University of Twente has a job vacancy for a highly motivated and enthusiastic Assistant Professor in Smart Mobility. We are looking for a candidate with research expertise in geospatial analysis, data science, travel behaviour research, choice modelling and traffic safety research.
For more details see here:
The University of Rome “Tor Vergata” (Economics Department) is hiring a post-doc (tenure-track) in the area “economics of autonomous vehicles”. General information on the position can be found here: https://economia.uniroma2.it/def/news/3-1162/call-for-interest-senior-tenure-track-assistant-professorship-
Contact person: Albert Iozzi
The professorship in land use and transport planning at Aalto University focuses on the integration of land-use and transport systems in urban and regional planning. This includes various academic approaches to integrate the two previously separate disciplines. While addressing topical sustainability challenges, these integrative approaches can concern, for example, smart urban and mobility models and interfaces, urban and regional accessibility and mobility, everyday living and mobility in the built environment, or strategic spatial planning and transport policy. With its emphasis on the interaction of land use and transport systems, the position contributes importantly to building a transdisciplinary groundwork for the Research Group of Spatial Planning and Transportation Engineering (SPT), in both its education and research. More information an be found here: https://www.aalto.fi/careers/tenure-track-or-tenured-position-in-land-use-and-transport-planning
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is seeking a highly motivated doctoral student to conduct research on a funded project on “Economic Impacts of Transit Investments, Social Challenges, and Strategies for Sustaining High Ridership” to be funded by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The project is co-lead by Distinguished Professor Jean-Claude Thill at UNC Charlotte and Professor Eleni Bardaka, North Carolina State University. Project is scheduled to start August 15, 2019.
The student will be enrolled in one of UNC Charlotte’s doctoral programs in Geography, Infrastructure and Environmental Systems (INES), and Public Policy, under the supervision of Dr. Thill. Further information on these programs can be found at the following URLs: https://geoearth.uncc.edu/graduate-programs/phd-geography, https://ines.uncc.edu/, https://publicpolicy.uncc.edu/. Applicants must hold a masters degree to be admitted to these programs. Applicants must have a background in transportation analysis, urban science, and data analytics. They must demonstrate excellence in written and oral communication, and working knowledge of GIS, spatial statistics, database management, and programming.
Further inquiries can be directed by email to Dr. Thill @ Jean-Caude.Thill@uncc.edu. Expressions of interest can be sent by email to Dr. Thill in the form of a single PDF consisting of a statement of purpose (why do you want to work on this project, your research interests, and long-term career goals), a resume, unofficial copy of transcripts and GRE scores, as well as a 3-minute video articulating the applicant’s interest in pursue a doctorate involving research toward a dissertation on a topic aligned with the core theme of the project. Please submit your materials at your earliest convenience; submissions received by March 21 will be given full consideration.
Applications are invited for 4 fully funded PhD candidate positions in the Department of Social and Economic Geography’s doctoral program in human geography. The positions are available from the 1st of September 2019 and offer full funding for four years.
More information can be found here:
The Department of Economics at the Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, seeks to recruit a Post-Doc researcher in Transport Economics/Applied Micro. This position is from September 2019 till December 2022.
The University of Twente, the Netherlands, is recruiting a PhD student for a fully funded 4 year PhD project “Road Safety for Cyclists in Dutch Cities”, in collaboration with the Dutch Road Safety Institute SWOV. The aim of this PhD project is to examine cyclist’s road safety in Dutch cities and possible improvements of road safety for cyclists in urban and transport planning. See here for more information:
The applicant is expected to conduct research in one or more of the following areas:
· Traffic management and traffic operations with connected and automated vehicles
· Evaluation of emerging smart mobility technologies
· Governance and policy of emerging smart mobility technologies
See here for more information.
We would like to inform you about a 18 month research assistant fellowship in Lisbon funded by the Portuguese Research Foundation for the research project: Transport Infrastructure and Urban Spatial Structure: Economic, Social and Environmental Effects. Candidates must hold a master’s degree in civil engineering, transport planning, geography and spatial planning or similar fields. They should have experience in GIS modelling and accessibility analysis. For full details see here or the following link:
The closing date for applications is 15/11/2018 Successful applicants will be encouraged to apply for a FCT PhD fellowship during the duration of the contract.