Wednesday, February 24, 2021

[DMANET] call for applications for a PhD thesis

Dear colleagues,

We are urgently looking for a PhD student for a thesis between
IMT-Atlantique and Rennes Schools of Business.
The objective of the thesis will be to develop *optimization methods for
assembly line balancing with cobots*.

The thesis will be supervised by Dr Simon Thevenin (IMT-Atlantique),
Prof. Alexandre Dolgui (IMT-Atlantique), Dr Oncu Hazir (RSB), and Dr
Maher Agi (RSB). The post is for three years from May 2021.

Applicants must have a Master's degree (or equivalent) in computer
science, applied mathematics or a related discipline. Candidates must
demonstrate good programming skills and good knowledge of operations
research (mathematical programming, stochastic optimization,

Please send your application by email to before *March 5^th 2021* with a
detailed CV, your Master's transcripts, and if applicable, your Master's
thesis and letters of recommendation.

For all other questions concerning the position or the details of the
research project, do not hesitate to write to

and directly to


Alexandre Dolgui, Dr.habil., Ph.D., IISE Fellow,
Professor and Head

Automation, Production and Computer Sciences Dept.
IMT Atlantique, LS2N-CNRS
La Chantrerie, 4, rue Alfred Kastler - B.P. 20722
F-44307 NANTES Cedex 3, France

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