Monday, September 11, 2017

[DMANET] Open Post-Doc positions at ISE and CMS, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

(apologies for multiple posting)

The Department of Industrial Systems Engineering and Management (
<> and the Centre
for Maritime Studies ( <>, National University of Singapore,
Singapore, will welcome applications for fully-funded, up to four-year
Post-Doc positions. Short-term positions on specific projects are also

The field of interest will be the development of innovative approaches to
rostering, packing and vehicle routing problems and their application to
real-world problems, in areas such as urban mobility and transportation,
shipping and logistics transportation, multimodal freight infrastructure
planning & management, and general cargo logistics.

The ideal candidate should combine previous expertise, or at least keen
interest, in the above-mentioned topics with a taste for experimental work;
experience with Mixed-Integer Linear Program modeling/solution tools and
with best practice in optimization software development will be a definite

Applicants must have a PhD in operations research, computer science,
software engineering, applied mathematics or equivalent. They must be
willing to integrate to the research activities of the team by providing
original ideas, participating to international conferences and producing
high quality scientific papers. Good knowledge of C/C++ and fluency in
spoken and written English are essential requirements to participate to
meetings and prepare technical reports, project deliverables and articles.

Candidates willing to apply for the position are required to send a CV and a
motivation letter to Professor Andrew Lim ( <>; recommendation letters are welcome but not mandatory.


Prof. Roberto Baldacci

Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Information Engineering "Guglielmo
Marconi" (DEI)

University of Bologna

Via Venezia, 52 - 47521 Cesena (Italy)

Tel. +39-0547-339234 Fax +39-0547-339208

Mob.+39 348 7238009

e-mail: <>


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