The Department of Economics and Management within the University of Luxembourg is looking for a post-doctoral researcher to conduct research in operations research / operations management.
The post-doctoral researcher will be working within the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) and support the newly established Computational and Visual Education (CAVE) Lab. In particular, the post-doctoral researcher will be in charge of:
- Publication of articles in scientific journals in the area of OR/OM
- Supporting industry-oriented research as well as outreach activities
- Prototyping interactive dashboards that visualise outputs of decision models developed at the CAVE Lab as well as guiding software developers in the process
We are looking for a candidate with a PhD in operations research, operations management, industrial engineering, or related domains.
In particular, the following requirements apply:
- Strong interest in operations management and use of data, algorithms, and computational techniques for modeling problems in operations management
- Strong data science and machine learning skills
- Proven ability to autonomously conduct research at a post-doctoral level
- Proven ability to work individually as well as part of a team
- Willingness to evolve in a multilingual environment: fluency in English is a must; knowledge of French or German will be considered an advantage
- Excellent communication and writing skills
- Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract 24 Month (extendable)
- Work Hours: Full Time 40.0 Hours per Week
- Foreseen starting date: September 2022 (negotiable)
- Location: Kirchberg
- Job Reference: UOL04810
The yearly gross salary for a full-time post-doc is approx EUR 77,000. Additionally, we offer:
- An exciting international and multilingual research environment
- Excellent facilities including personal workspace at the University
- Travel opportunities for training and learning
- The University is an equal opportunity employer
How to apply...
Applications should be submitted online and include:
- A motivation letter with a description of research interests and plans for the coming two years (2 pages max)
- An academic CV including publications, conference presentations, etc.
- A copy of the PhD diploma or a letter indicating the expected defense date
- Copy of a publication with the applicant as lead author
- Link to a git repository that demonstrates ability to code
- The name of two references, their current position and relationship to the applicant.
Please apply formally through the HR system. Applications by email will not be considered. To ensure full consideration, candidates should apply by May 31, 2022 although the position will stay open until filled. For more information concerning this position, please contact Professor Nils Löhndorf (email@example.com).
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Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
University of Luxembourg