We are recruiting postdocs for projects within the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research & Technology (SMART), Future Urban Mobility (FM) IRG, to be supervised by NTU and MIT faculty.
The Future Urban Mobility (FM) Interdisciplinary Research Group is the fourth and most recent IRG established within the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART). The FM IRG`s activities began officially on July 1, 2010.
The goal of the FM IRG is to develop, in and beyond Singapore, new paradigms for the planning, design and operation of future urban mobility systems. Innovative urban mobility systems, aimed at both passengers and freight, will materially enhance sustainability and societal well-being on a global scale.
This is a particularly opportune time to address this topic due to a confluence of relevant developments: major advances in computing, communications, and sensing technologies; the great progress that has been made in recent years in our ability to model, evaluate and optimize urban mobility systems; the growing importance of environmental sustainability issues; the aging of physical infrastructure in developed countries and the need for massive new infrastructure in less developed ones; and the vast economic stimulus that can be provided by the modernization and renewal of urban mobility systems worldwide.
The FM IRG will:
The concrete project is the following:
Real-time Path Tracking/Predictions and On-Demand Route Guidance Under Uncertainty Develop algorithms that use real-time data to (i) track and predict paths in dynamic transportation networks, and (ii) provide on-demand route guidance under uncertainty.
Please send detailed curriculum vitae, statement of research interests, three references, and relevant publications (if applicable) electronically to:
Prof. Justin Dauwels
Nanyang Technological University
School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Application deadline: November 1, 2010
ANDA SIBUK BEKERJA, INGIN KULIAH S1 S2 S3. Silahkan bergabung dengan:
Rabu, 15 September 2010
Postdoctoral Fellowship from Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART)-Future Urban Mobility