Exceptional Opportunity to Engineer your Future!
Joining us offers amazing opportunities to work at the cusp of sustainable urban systems, future mobilities and artificial intelligence, including flexible, generous and unique benefits that help to ensure that you are healthy, supported, and enjoy a fulfilling work/life balance. We welcome you to bring your passion, ideas, and experience to our institute. We value diversity and strongly encourage applications from individuals from all identities and backgrounds. If you want to be part of our creative, collaborative, and inclusive community, then take a look at this opportunity.
The institute for transport planning and traffic engineering in the department of civil and environmental engineering at TU Darmstadt is looking for aResearch Assistant (all genders)
starting at November 1st, 2023 limited until 5 years.
The scAInce team is an interdisciplinary research group that brings together data analytics, engineering, social science, and intelligent technologies to shape resilient behavior, design sustainable systems, build resistant infrastructures, and improve urban and regional policies. The institute for transport planning and traffic engineering in the department of civil and environmental engineering conducts cutting-edge research and teaching on mobility and accessibility transformations for, despite, and against extreme events and disruptive technologies. Using advanced data analytics, we examine urban engineering and people's behavior on transport and traffic systems to enable carbon-neutral traffic and climate-resilient transport. Professor Eva Kassens-Noor leads the IVV research groups and manages two prestigious projects including an ERC Consolidator grant (scAInce) and a German federal ministry grant for research on the longest eHighway testtrack in the world.
You will have an amazing opportunity to join our highly-skilled team as a Research Assistant in an exceptional environment for wholistic scientific growth. In this role, the successful candidate will be responsible for developing new Web 3.0 methods for public participation and evaluating perceptions, desires, and challenges for future cities with AI applications in the virtual world called Spectra Cities. Under the guidance of Eva Kassens- Noor you will conduct excellent science in the cutting-edge research project titled scAInce related to how and why artificial intelligence can make cities more sustainable. Opportunities for further qualification (dissertation), publishing our work, supervising master students, integrating the latest research-knowledge into courses, and conducting administrative tasks ensuring the project runs smoothly will be given.
REQUIRED: Master's degree in any type of engineering, social or political sciences, architecture, urban planning, computer science, or a related field; good oral and written communication skills; research interests focused on technology and sustainability topics and large scale modeling, interest in presenting research findings at industry conferences and through academic publications; ability to handle several different projects/tasks simultaneously, successfully complete assigned tasks, and meet deadlines; self-motivation; and willingness to learn.
PREFERRED: experience cleaning and analyzing large, complex datasets;
DESIRED: experience with social science methods i.e. virtual/cyber ethnographies, townhalls, interviews, GIS, unity, virtual reality, spatial and network analysis, optimization, or other relevant methods; Formal post- undergraduate professional experience is not required Job #R3
Opportunity for further qualification (doctoral dissertation) is given. The fulfillment of the duties likewise enables the scientific qualifications of the candidate.
The Technische Universität Darmstadt intends to increase the number of female employees and encourages female candidates to apply. In case of equal qualifications applicants with a degree of disability of at least 50 or equal will be given preference. Wages and salaries are according to the collective agreements on salary scales, which apply to the Technische Universität Darmstadt (TV-TU Darmstadt). Part-time employment is generally possible.
Interested? Great! Shoot your shot and please apply. Every application welcome!
Complete application materials: A letter of intent (please include the reference number for this position in the header), curriculum vita including educational background, awards, publications, and other qualifications related to the position; copies of BSc and MSc degrees (or date of expected graduation) including an official transcript of the completed subjects with GPA, names and contact information of at least two references. Please submit your application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Franziska-Braun-Straße 3, 64287 Darmstadt, Germany, E-Mail: [email protected] darmstadt.de.
Please contact Prof. Eva Kassens-Noor ([email protected]) for informal inquiries.
Code No. 250Published on
April 20, 2023Application deadline
May 31, 2023