The Department of Civil Engineering at the University of New Mexico is soliciting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Transportation Engineering to begin August 2018. The appointment will be filled at the probationary level and will lead to a tenure decision. Areas of research interest include, but are not limited to, emerging challenges in smart cities, including autonomous and connected vehicles. More detailed information can be found here.
The Department of Transport Science, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, is inviting applications for a full-time PhD position in the field of automated public transport systems. The focus of the position is the development of simulation methodologies for analyzing the performance of autonomous bus systems in urban areas, as well as quantitative methods for optimizing such systems in terms of vehicle types, network design, operational strategies, etc. We are looking for candidates with a background in optimization, control theory, computer science or similar with a strong interest in urban transport applications, or a background in transport science such as modelling and simulation, with strong skills in optimization, control theory or computer science. Object-oriented programming skills in C++ or similar are highly desired. The successful candidate will be involved in the project iQMobility in collaboration with Scania, INIT and Örebro University. The position is intended for graduate studies and research leading to a licentiate degree. The salary covers research on 100% during two years’ time, with a possible extension of up to 20% departmental duties.
Full details of the position and the link to the application system are available at https://www.kth.se/en/om/work-at-kth/lediga-jobb/what:job/jobID:166106/where:4/
For further information, please contact Assistant Professor Erik Jenelius: email@example.com, +4687908032.
The Department of Civil Engineering, of the Faculty of Engineering Technology at the University of Twente invites candidates to apply for an assistant professorship position in the area of Data Science in Transport Engineering. We look for an independent researcher who is able to identify the academic questions in practical applications related to Data Science in Transport Engineering and to translate academic research results into engineering practice. He/she is expected work on transport research projects with multiple-source (big) data, to publish research results in high quality international refereed journals, and to attract external funding (national science foundation, EU, government and industry) for junior researchers (PhD and PDeng positions), of whom he/she will become the daily supervisor.
Start: asap after November 1st 2017
See https://www.utwente.nl/en/organization/careers/vacancies/!/vacature/1084735 for more information
Urban Systems Laboratory at Imperial College London (http://www.imperial.ac.uk/urban-systems-lab) invites applications for a PhD studentship working in the area of the assessment of the productivity and well-being impacts of digital technologies on workers in mobile settings. The research will involve collaboration between the Urban Systems Laboratory at Imperial College London, Cisco Systems UK innovation team (Cisco CREATE) and Transport for Greater Manchester on a set of case studies including the UK’s largest Internet of Things City Demonstrator project, CityVerve (http://www.cityverve.org.uk/). Further details regarding the application process and eligibility criteria can be found at: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AXO460/phd-studentship-an-interdisciplinary-framework-for-disaggregate-assessment-of-productivity-and-well-being-impacts-of-digital-technologies-on-workers-in-mobile-settings-itinerant/
The following PhD positions are available at the University of Malta:
The Department of Civil Engineering from the University of Twente is seeking candidates for a TT position on Engineering Smart Cities. This TT position focuses on research related to smart city development and links the civil engineering research fields transport, water management and infrastructure management to other relevant fields such as computer science and governance studies. This position is one of 8 TT positions at the Faculty of Engineering Technology. You can submit your application, including a recent CV and motivation letter, before July 10th 2016. See for more information: https://www.academictransfer.com/employer/UT/vacancy/34705/lang/en/
6 full time research positions on cycling in the Netherlands (PhD, researcher/lecturer and postdoctoral researcher)
Cycling booms in many Dutch cities. While smart cycling innovations promise to increase cycling’s modal share in the (peri-)urban transport system even further, little is understood of their impacts or cost and benefit. The “Smart Cycling Futures (SCF)” program investigates if and how smart cycling innovations ─ including ICT-enabled cycling innovations, infrastructures, and social innovations like new business models ─ contribute to more resilient and livable Dutch urban regions.
The program offers 6 fulltime research positions. Deadline for applications May 10th.
For more information, please visit: http://cyclingacademics.blogspot.com/2016/04/6-research-positions-on-cycling.html
The Department of Spatial Economics at the VU Amsterdam offers four new PhD positions for projects in the Dutch SURF programme (Smart Urban Regions of the Future) and in the European JPI Urban Europe programme (ERA-NET COFUND Smart Cities and Communities, ENSCC), on the following topics:
1. Tradable peak-hour permits in road transport: a real-world experiment (subproject of U-Smile)
2. Behavioural modelling of peak-hour commuting behaviour: stated and revealed preference approaches (subproject of IP-SUNTAN)
3. Automated driving: spatial-economic implications (subproject of STADSSE)
4. Urban form, energy use and local environmental quality: a general equilibrium perspective (subproject of BREATHE)
Closing date: 4 February, 2016. Read more.
Cranfield University is looking for a PhD candidate funded by H2020 ( the FUCAM project) and the Centre for Air Transport Cranfield University. The objective of the FUCAM project (FUture Cabin for the Asian Market) is to develop a 2025+ conceptual cabin design devoted to the Asian market, for short and medium range aircraft. FUCAM is a 3-year collaborative project with Japan comprising 8 research and industrial partners from 7 European countries including Airbus. Our main tasks are to investigate the key factors to affect the end users’ choice (requirement) for cabin architecture and system as a part of their air travel (quantitative method), to evaluate the economic impact for users (passengers and airlines). A PhD candidate who is very strong at quantitative analysis, incl. discrete choice modeling, is desired. Please contact Dr Chikage Miyoshi (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request further information.
4 new university academic fellowships at the Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds
The Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds is now inviting applications for 4 new University Academic Fellowships. These are future leadership posts and so we are looking for people with an exciting research agenda, and an already established track record in their relevant chosen area of research. Applicants will need to demonstrate a sustained record of academically excellent, world leading, publications in top-rated, internationally facing journals and evidence of active participation in the successful generation of a number of small- to medium-size research projects: