[Opt-Net] PhD scholarship in transport planning/ operations research/ evolutionary computation/ optimisation/ simulation
Nguyen, Trung Thanh
T.T.Nguyen at ljmu.ac.uk
Sun May 17 16:34:08 CEST 2015
We have just secured another fully funded PhD scholarship (this is the last one) in transport planning, operations research or evolutionary computation or combinatorial optimisation or simulation in Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
The work of this appointment is mainly to carry out industrial research and to contribute to developing research funding opportunities. The area of research involves identifying innovative solutions for transport systems, and applying optimisation and other operational research techniques to transport/logistics systems.
The PhD student is expected to spend a certain amount of his/her time with the industrial partner and contribute to writing research bids.
Interested candidates need to act very quickly because successful candidate need to enrol by 30th of June. For that purpose, if an international candidate needs to apply for a visa to the UK to study with us, he/she should have already had a valid IELST certificate meeting the requirement of the UK Visa and Immigration department by now.
More details on the fully funded PhD scholarship can be found in http://www.staff.ljmu.ac.uk/enrtngu1/others/PhDstudentship.htm .
Interested candidates please submit your CV and transcripts to Dr. Trung Thanh Nguyen T.T.Nguyen at ljmu.ac.uk .
Could you please forward this to any interested candidates?
Thank you very much
Dr. Trung Thanh Nguyen,
Office 123, James Parsons Building
Liverpool Logistics Offshore and Marine Research Institute (LOOM),
School of Engineering, Technology and Maritime Operations
Liverpool John Moores University
Byrom Street, Liverpool L3 3AF, United Kingdom.
Phone: +44 151 231 2006
Email: T.T.Nguyen at ljmu.ac.uk
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