Jan 21, 2019

Call for Papers "Working Group Logistics and Transportation" Meeting 2019

The working group of the German Association for Operations Research on logistics and transportation meets on May16th & 17th 2019 in Aachen, Germany. The host of this year's meeting is INFORM Institut für Operations Research and Management GmbH located in Aachen. We invite abstracts (50-100 words) for an oral presentation at the meeting. Please send your abstract no later than 31st March to sven.mueller@hs-karlsruhe.de. For registration please fill out the registration form. Hope to meet you in Aachen soon.






Oct 15, 2018

Job Offer at the Institute for Transport and Infrastructure

At the earliest possible date, the following PhD position (50% part-time) is to be filled at the Institute for Transport and Infrastructure (Job ID 4553):

Responsibilities:

Participation in the MWK research project "Mobility Concepts for Carbon Free Campus Karlsruhe". Tasks:
- Estimating transport mode choice models
- Predictive analysis of mode choices


Requirements:

- Completed university education (Bachelor) in computer science, business informatics, traffic science, physics, mathematics, economics / engineering and related degree programs
- Interest in working with data and software
- Good knowledge of quantitative analysis methods is desirable (in particular, discrete choice models)
- Scientific interest, high motivation for research
- Teamwork


Employment is initially limited to 31 October 2019. Thereafter, the contract may be extended. Depending on personal experience, the classification is made according to the remuneration group 13 TV-L.

Inquiries to Prof. Dr. Sven Müller: sven.mueller@hs-karlsruhe.de
Applications to : stellenausschreibungen@hs-karlsruhe.de


Oct 2, 2018

Job Offer at Institut for Transport and Infrastructure

At the earliest possible date, the following PhD position (50% part-time) is to be filled at the Institute for Transport and Infrastructure (Job ID 4547):

Responsibilities:

Participation in the BMBF research project "Reliability in Smart and Big Data for Public Transport". Analysis of sensor data for entry, exit, and transfer processes in public transport. Development and implementation of an optimization approach to accelerate the transfer processes in nodes of public transport networks.


Requirements:

- Completed university education (Bachelor) in computer science, business informatics, traffic science, physics, mathematics, economics / engineering and related degree programs
- Interest in working with data and software
- Good knowledge of quantitative analysis methods is desirable
- Scientific interest, high motivation for research
- Teamwork, independent work and a quick comprehension


Employment is initially limited to 31 October 2019. Thereafter, the contract may be extended until 30 June 2021. Depending on the existence of the personal requirements, the classification is made according to the remuneration group 10 TV-L.