A postdoctoral researcher position is available in the area of transportation network optimization, public transit, shared mobility, and autonomous vehicles. The position description and application process is available in this link.
At least one PhD position is available in the transit research group, for Fall 2019. We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic graduate student to work on projects related to multimodal network modeling including stochastic and/or dynamic shortest paths, transit hyperpaths, stochastic user equilibrium, etc. Other topics include optimization of transportation systems for shared and/or autonomous vehicles and integration with transit systems. Desired qualifications include strong background in mathematical molding, network algorithms, and computer programing. An ideal candidate must have a masters degree in transportation engineering, industrial engineering, computer science, or a related field. If you are interested in the position, please send your CV to email@example.com.
UMN Transit is the portal of the transit research group at the University of Minnesota. Research activities in the group are focused on the development of mathematical, computational, and data analytic models to evaluate and optimize transit systems. Some of the research conducted in the group include: