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  • Intern - Research on lightweight cement composite with high thermal conductivity

    The hourly paid Intern is required to conduct research on lightweight cement composite with high thermal conductivity for chilled ceiling panel system. The candidate must graduate with Bachelor degree from a reputable university with relevant research experience/expertise and/or publication record. He/She will work with other researchers in PI’s group.

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  • Research Associate

    Applications are invited for a Research Associate position in Transport Research. The appointee will assist the PI in the research project – "Modelling the Traffic Flow of Connected and Automated Vehicles in a Mixed Traffic Environment ".

    The research staff will participate in all aspects pertaining to the modelling and simulation of connected and automated vehicles. Major responsibility involves programming the simulation tool, modelling connected and automated vehicles, implementing machine learning algorithms, and writing research papers.

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  • RESEARCH FELLOW/ RESEARCH ASSOCIATE –
    2 research positions at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore
    (Shipping, Port, Logistics, and Energy Efficiency)​​

    Project Description

    Research projects are in the areas of Shipping, Port, Logistics, and Energy Efficiency. The focus is primarily on management and modeling.

    Requirements

    • PhD/Master degree with good honours in a relevant discipline from a reputable university for Research Fellow and Research Associate position respectively
      • With strong expertise in operations research/ economics/ energy efficiency/ shipping/ port/ maritime logistics/ supply chain management, particularly in quantitative methods
    • Highly motivated and research oriented
    • Able to work independently and assist junior researchers
    • Fluent verbal and written communications in English
    • Strong publication record, experience in industry R&D projects and teaching will definitely be an added advantage

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  • GIS Applications Developer at the Institute of Catastrophe Risk Management (ICRM), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore

    The Institute of Catastrophe Risk Management (ICRM) at NTU invites applications for a position as a GIS Applications Developer. ICRM is a multi-disciplinary catastrophe risk management research institute which developes understandings and models of risks related to natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, typhoons, and floods, and non-traditional risks such as infectious diseases and terrorism.

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  • Post-doctoral fellow positions in the Future Resilient Systems (FRS) program

    Through the Singapore-ETH Centre (SEC), ETH partnering NTU, NUS and SMU has launched the CREATE program on Future Resilient Systems (FRS) and ICRM is leading the NTU-side effort. Asia is undergoing massive growth of its urban areas along with corresponding growth of its critical infrastructure systems such as for water, transport, communications and power, all of which are essential for building and supporting societies. The resilience of these infrastructure systems to hazards or shocks, whether naturally triggered or otherwise then becomes critical for ensuring the health and safety of the population.

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  • Post-doctoral Research Fellow (RF) Position

    The RF will be working on a 3-year research project focusing on the heavy metal leaching mechanism and immobilization of a novel material derived from solid wastes. The RF will be part of a highly interdisciplinary research team consisting of civil engineers, environmental engineers and microbial biotechnologists.

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  • Cambridge–Singapore Exchange Fellow Programme

    Position 1: System Shock Research Project

    Position 2: Development of Mega-Cities Project

    Rapid globalization of the economy and increased international social linkage has increased the potential for geo-political events and localized catastrophes to impact business supply chains, energy and food security and financial resilience of modern societies. The Institute for Catastrophe Risk Management (ICRM) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore is developing a research programme to understand the risk of systemic shocks on societal and economic networks, including mega-cities.

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