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The Section on Energy, Natural Resources, and the Environment (ENRE) is organized to:
  • promote the development and application of operations research/management science methods, techniques, and tools to the solution of problems relating to energy, natural resources and/or the environment,
  • encourage the exchange of information among practitioners and users in energy, natural resources, and environmental applications areas, and
  • promote the maintenance of high professional standards in the application of operations research/management science to problem areas in energy, natural resources, and/or the environment.

2023 INFORMS Annual Meeting @ Phoenix, AZ, October 20-23, 2024

Cluster Sessions
At every INFORMS Annual Meeting, ENRE organizes and sponsors a number of streams, listed below. Please get in touch with the chairs if you want to contribute to a session or talk on a relevant subject at the next INFORMS meeting in 2023!

ENRE Electricity

Haoxiang Yang, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen

yanghaoxiang@cuhk.edu.cn

ENRE Energy

Erick C. Jones, Jr., University of Texas at Arlington

erick.jones@uta.edu

 

ENRE Energy and Climate

Michael Craig, University of Michigan

mtcraig@umich.edu

 

ENRE Environment and Sustainability

Hongyue Jin, University of Arizona

hjin@arizona.edu

 

ENRE Natural Resources

Esra Buyuktahtakin Toy, Virginia Tech

esratoy@vt.edu



We would like to express our gratitude towards these dedicated researchers & professionals for providing this important service to our community!


Best Paper Awards
Every year, ENRE awards a number of prizes to outstanding academic contributions in the field of Operations Research & Management Science with applications in energy, natural resources, the environment. Nomination procedures and further details will be announced via the ENRE newsletter and mailing list.

ENRE Student Best Paper 
Committee Chair: Frauke Liers (frauke.liers@fau.de)

ENRE Young Researcher Prize
Committee Chair: Sabah Bushaj (sbush010@plattsburgh.edu)

ENRE Best Publication – Energy
Committee Chair: Line Roald (roald@wisc.edu)

ENRE Best Publication – Natural Resources
Committee Chair: Mesut Yavuz (myavuz@cba.ua.edu)

ENRE Best Publication – Environment and Sustainability
Committee Chair: Christoph Weber (christoph.weber@uni-due.de)



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Hotelling Medal:
Committee Chair: Benjamin Hobbs, John Hopkins 
                             bhobbs@jhu.edu

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DEADLINES FOR 2024

Cluster chairs to invite sessions chairs         April 17, 2024

Session chairs to invite speakers                  May 1, 2024

Presenters to enter abstracts                        May 15, 2024

Speaker Registration                                     August 1, 2023 

Nomination for Harold Hotelling Medal for Lifetime Achievement in ENRE : May 14, 2024



More information and past winners
We would like to congratulate the winners of the Awards in previous years! Read more...

"Society Spotlight" featuring ENRE in OR/MS Tomorrow, the INFORMS Student Magazine
OR-MS-Tomorrow-logo_cardlarge.pngOR/MS Tomorrow, the INFORMS Student just published an issue on "Operation Research & Management in Energy and Environment". They feature a "Society Spotlight" article on ENRE laying on the mission and history of our section - and our commitment to provide an open and welcoming platform for students at the intersection of OR/MS, energy, and the environment!

Our Community

Leadership & Officers

President : Sandra Ekşioğlu

President-elect : Benjamin D. Leibowicz

Secretary-Treasurer : Luce Brotcorne 

Communications & OutreachAadya Bhattarai

Past-Presidents : 

Antonio Conejo

Hayri Önal

Miguel F. Anjos

Past Secretary-Treasurers:

Sauleh Siddiqui

Sandra Ekşioğlu

Benjamin D. Leibowicz

Past Communications & Outreach:

Diwas Paudel

Daniel Huppmann

Vignesh Subramanian

Kevin Melendez




Read here for more info and contact details...

JOBS OF INTEREST TO ENRE

  • Atlanta, Georgia, ABOUT US Overview    Georgia Tech prides itself on its technological resources, collaborations, high-quality student body, and its commitment to building an outstanding and diverse community of learning, discovery, and creation. We strongly encourage applicants whose values align with our institutional values, as outlined in our Strategic Plan. These values include academic excellence, diversity of thought and experience, inquiry and innovation, collaboration and community, and ethical behavior and stewardship. Georgia Tech has policies to promote a healthy work-life balance and is aware that attracting faculty may require meeting the needs of two careers. About Georgia Tech Georgia Tech is a top-ranked public research university situated in the heart of Atlanta, a diverse and vibrant city with numerous economic and cultural strengths. The Institute serves more than 45,000 students through top-ranked undergraduate, graduate, and executive programs in engineering, computing, science, business, design, and liberal arts. Georgia Tech¿s faculty attracted more than $1.4 billion in research awards this past year in fields ranging from biomedical technology to artificial intelligence, energy, sustainability, semiconductors, neuroscience, and national security. Georgia Tech ranks among the nation’s top 20 universities for research and development spending and No. 1 among institutions without a medical school. Georgia Tech's mission is to develop leaders who advance technology and improve the human condition. The Institute has nine key values that are foundational to everything we do:   Students are our top priority.    We strive for excellence.    We thrive on diversity.    We celebrate collaboration.    We champion innovation.    We safeguard freedom of inquiry and expression.   We nurture the wellbeing of our community.    We act ethically.    We are responsible stewards.  Over the next decade, Georgia Tech will become an example of inclusive innovation, a leading technological research university of unmatched scale, relentlessly committed to serving the public good; breaking new ground in addressing the biggest local, national, and global challenges and opportunities of our time; making technology broadly accessible; and developing exceptional, principled leaders from all backgrounds ready to produce novel ideas and create solutions with real human impact. About the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering is considered the largest Industrial Engineering program in the country. Consisting of over 60 faculty, approximately 1,250 B.S students, 5,700 M.S students, and 190 PhD students, the school is renowned for its focus on advancing theoretical and methodological frontiers as well as the application of analytical principles to the solution of real-world problems of industrial, societal, and global concern. The School offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in industrial engineering, operations research, analytics, machine learning, and related fields. Location This position is located in Atlanta, GA. JOB SUMMARY The College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology is seeking applications for the position of Chair of the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE). The successful candidate will hold the H. Milton and Carolyn Stewart Endowed Chair and lead the intellectual, creative, and scholarly development of the School. The School is a leader in 10 areas of specialization, including  Advanced Manufacturing , Analytics & Machine Learning , Applied Probability and Simulation , Data Science and Statistics , Economic Decision Analysis , Energy and Sustainable Systems , Health and Humanitarian Systems , System Informatics and Control , Optimization, and Supply Chain Engineering. Ranked #1 for its undergraduate and graduate programs for over 30 years by U.S. News & World Report, the School’s body of diverse faculty is actively engaged in $17M annually in externally sponsored research at the national and international level. Georgia Tech prides itself on its technological resources, collaborations, high-quality student body, and its commitment to building an outstanding and diverse community of learning, discovery, and creation. We strongly encourage applicants whose values align with our institutional values, as outlined in our Strategic Plan . These values include academic excellence, diversity of thought and experience, inquiry and innovation, collaboration and community, and ethical behavior and stewardship. Georgia Tech has policies to promote a healthy work-life balance and is aware that attracting faculty may require meeting the needs of two careers. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES Reporting to the Dean of the College of Engineering, the Chair has overall responsibility for the academic and research programs in ISYE, including all administrative, budgetary, and personnel decisions. The Chair also has significant responsibility for external affairs, such as fundraising, community engagement, and alumni and industry relations. Candidates for the position must have the strategic vision and management skills needed to advance the School towards greater excellence and visibility within a rapidly evolving multi-disciplinary and high-technology environment. The ability to work successfully with federal, state, and private funding agencies, faculty/staff/students, and the Georgia Tech administration is essential. The successful candidate must demonstrate a commitment to Georgia Tech Core Values and fostering faculty and staff development, as well as provide evidence of fiscal responsibility and attracting funds from private and public sources. They should also demonstrate a strong commitment to forward-thinking approaches for engineering education, interdisciplinary scholarship, and entrepreneurship, and address the challenges involved in scaling innovative programs to the size and rigor of the School. Qualified candidates must have an earned doctoral degree and international recognition in their specific discipline(s) with a strong record of leadership and demonstrated excellence in technical, academic, and professional achievements. TO APPLY The priority deadline is July 1st; however, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The first round of interviews is anticipated to be scheduled for mid to late August). Applicants should apply via the direct link below or by going to Georgia Tech’s Careers website at https://hr.gatech.edu/careers (Job ID: 270540). https://careers.hprod.onehcm.usg.edu/psp/careers/CAREERS/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=3000&JobOpeningId=270540&PostingSeq=1 REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Candidates for the position must have an earned doctoral degree in their specific discipline(s) with a record of excellence in technical, academic and professional achievements. Candidates must also be eligible for tenure at Georgia Tech at the rank of Full Professor. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS TO ATTACH Application materials should be submitted as .PDF files Letter of application addressing how the applicant’s background and experience will advance the School’s existing strengths. The letter of application should address the applicant’s leadership philosophy, research and teaching agenda, academic program vision, and how the applicant’s professional and academic experiences have prepared them to support and apply Georgia Tech’s missions and values. Curriculum Vitae that includes applicant’s record of teaching, publications, grants, advising, and administrative and leadership experience. Names and contact information for at least five references. CONTACT INFORMATION Inquiries about the position should be addressed to Dr. Arijit Raychowdhury, Search Committee Chair (arijit.raychowdhury@ece.gatech.edu). Inquiries about the application portal should be addressed to Dawn Franklin, Director of Human Resources (dawn.franklin@coe.gatech.edu). EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Georgia Tech provides equal opportunity to all faculty, staff, students, and all other members of the Georgia Tech community, including applicants for admission and/or employment, contractors, volunteers, and participants in institutional programs, activities, or services. Georgia Tech complies with all applicable laws and regulations governing equal opportunity in the workplace and in educational activities. Georgia Tech prohibits discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, on the basis of race, ethnicity, ancestry, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetics, or veteran status in its programs, activities, employment, and admissions. This prohibition applies to faculty, staff, students, and all other members of the Georgia Tech community, including affiliates, invitees, and guests. Candidates for the position must have an earned doctoral degree in their specific discipline(s) with a record of excellence in technical, academic and professional achievements. Candidates must also be eligible for tenure at Georgia Tech at the rank of Full Professor.
  • Columbus, Nebraska, Resource Planning Coordinator  The incumbent provides the overall coordination of and technical development for a variety of analytical projects associated with load forecasting and resource planning. These projects will include developing spreadsheet-based data models and software-based models and analyses to complete projects in load forecasting and econometric modeling, integrated resource planning, production cost modeling and utilization, risk management analysis, economic business case analysis, and decision support for asset management, market operations, and strategic issues important to NPPD. Senior Resource Planning Coordinator The incumbent provides the overall coordination of and technical development for a variety of analytical projects associated with load forecasting and resource planning. These projects will include developing spreadsheet-based data models and software-based models and analyses to complete projects in load forecasting and econometric modeling, integrated resource planning, production cost modeling and utilization, risk management analysis, economic business case analysis, and decision support for asset management, market operations, and strategic issues important to NPPD. Load Forecasting Team Lead The incumbent is responsible for overall technical creation, project management, and project team leadership of load and revenue forecasting projects. This involves conceptualizing, developing, deploying, and analyzing complex econometric models and time series forecasting techniques over time periods ranging from one (1) to thirty (30) or more years in support of financial planning/budgeting and resource planning functions. Incumbent provides the critical analysis, evaluation, and delivery of results of load and revenue forecasting studies to both internal and external stakeholders including regulatory entities, as well as NPPD’s wholesale and retail customers as required.   These positions are part of a career path advancement.  Placement will be based on education, knowledge, skills, and experience.   Resource Planning Coordinator  Bachelor's degree in engineering, economics, mathematics, applied analytics, or related quantitatively rigorous field is required.   The incumbent has the technical background to perform electric load forecasting, resource planning, risk analysis, or economic analysis. Experience from college courses or work in programming (e.g., Visual Basic, R, SAS) for developing and using analytical models with Ecel and other computer-based tools which can be used for forecasting, planning and risk analysis is required.   Senior Resource Planning Coordinator  Bachelor's degree in engineering, economics, mathematics, applied analytics, or related quantitatively rigorous field is required.  Graduate degree in engineering, finance, economics, or business is preferred. Three years’ experience in programming (e.g., Visual Basic, SQL, R, SAS) for developing and using analytical models with Excel and other computer-based tools which can be used for forecasting, planning, and risk analysis and demonstrated electric load forecasting, resource planning, risk analysis, or economic analysis experience or equivalent experience is required. Load Forecasting Team Lead Bachelor’s degree in statistics, mathematics, data science, applied analytics, economics, engineering or related quantitatively rigorous field plus seven (7) years of relevant energy industry experience required with three years’ experience in programming (e.g., Visual Basic, SQL, R, SAS) for developing and using analytical models with Excel and other computer-based tools which can be used for forecasting, planning, and risk analysis is required. Advanced data wrangling or SQL skills preferred. OR Master’s degree or higher and five (5) years of relevant energy industry experience with three years’ experience in programming (e.g., Visual Basic, SQL, R, SAS) for developing and using analytical models with Excel and other computer-based tools which can be used for forecasting, planning, and risk analysis is required. Advanced data wrangling or SQL skills preferred.  Demonstrated experience with econometric or statistical forecasting or modelling required.  Expertise in statistical programming software such as SAS, Python, R required. Advanced data wrangling or SQL skills strongly preferred.
  • Wheaton, Maryland, For over 95 years, The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) has enjoyed a national reputation for excellence in planning and, today, serves the culturally diverse populations of Montgomery and Prince George's Counties on the border of Washington, D.C. The Montgomery County Planning Department, part of M-NCPPC, provides countywide planning functions including long range planning as well as reviews of development applications in a diverse built environment of downtown urban districts, suburban communities, and agricultural areas. Montgomery Planning has pioneered nationally-modeled programs in agricultural preservation, inclusionary housing, and transit-oriented design. Montgomery County is evolving quickly as a model of new suburbanism, shifting away from traditional suburban greenfield development to a greater emphasis on infill redevelopment, complete streets, and urbanizing areas around transit and key corridors. The links between mobility, land use and the jobs/housing balance will be critical in determining the future sustainability of the County. To learn more about who we are and what we do, we encourage you to watch this brief video  here  and visit our website at  www.montgomeryplanning.org . We are seeking a dynamic leader and a highly innovative planner as the  Countywide Planning and Policy Division Chief . The Division Chief reports to a Deputy Director as part of the Department's senior management team supporting the Planning Director's leadership of the Department's mission and work program. Strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills and management experience is crucial in bringing forward new insights covering a range of planning issues affecting Montgomery County and helping staff realize their potential. This position manages an interdisciplinary team working in the fields of countywide zoning, housing, transportation, environmental policy and historic preservation. The division is the Planning Department's lead for policy-making that affects the entire county. This includes the important preparation of the quadrennial Growth and Infrastructure Policy, the County's guidance for growth management and linkage to the adequate provision of public facilities, as well as countywide transportation planning analysis and policy development. School capacity and multimodal transportation concerns are at the forefront of the County's growth management issues. Recent initiatives include the completion of Montgomery County's first Pedestrian Master Plan, work on the Department’s Attainable Housing Strategies initiative and several cross-department efforts. All of these are grounded in our updated General Plan, Thrive Montgomery 2050. The successful candidate will have a strong overall knowledge of land use planning and of how planning systems or networks, such as transportation, housing, the environment and historic resources, function in urban, suburban, and rural contexts. We are seeking an individual who demonstrates creative thought and problem-solving for complex issues and an attention to detail; strong analytical, writing and verbal skills; facility in building collaborations with internal and external partners; and a background in or comfort working with a variety of planning issues, including transportation/transit planning at both the local and county wide levels, zoning, housing, historic preservation and environmental policy. A candidate with a strong background in management is highly desired, as this position supervises a range of professional staff, including three supervisors. This individual will be an essential leader in guiding the future of growth in the county. Manage the zoning code and any pertinent updates to ensure that it encourages economic development while upholding the County's strong tradition of master planning and facilitating innovative land use practices. Oversee and guide historic preservation efforts to maintain key resources from the County's past, designate new historic sites and provide guidance for modifications to historic structures. Oversee and provide guidance to transportation planning staff maintaining transportation data assets, conducting transportation modeling, planning multimodal transportation facilities, and reviewing development applications and public transportation improvement projects. Coordinate with and advise environmental planning staff on countywide efforts pertaining to the built and natural environment, including issues related to preservation, protection, sustainability, and resilience in the face of climate-change. Oversee housing policy efforts in pursuit of the vision established in Thrive Montgomery 2050, to provide more diverse types of housing to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse county. In addition to performing duties related to the team's expertise, the Division Chief is expected to perform the following duties: Lead and coach a team of managers and program staff of planners with diverse subject matter expertise. Advise the Planning Director and Deputy Directors on projects and issues that leverage the expertise of the team the Division Chief manages. Advise senior leadership on agency and division management issues. Share expertise with and advise the Planning Board, Montgomery County Council members and staff, Montgomery County agencies and other stakeholders on topics and issues under their division's purview. Work on special projects as assigned. Many of these initiatives involve committees with County agencies, the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and other special project groups. Manage the division's budget. Prepare the annual budget request for the division. Review and control expenditures in accordance with the approved budget.
  • Longmont, Colorado, KAM: Builds relationships with large commercial and industrial customers, offering energy solutions and value-added services in the form of energy efficiency and energy management programs, demand response and distributed energy resource (DER) opportunities, electric capacity considerations, and insights into new energy technologies. Acts as a single point of contact for large commercial customers to ensure they are informed and comply with all applicable service options, tariffs and rules. Manages all commercial customers' operational service-related demands, and delivers on energy efficiency, electric demand, and customer satisfaction targets. Supports commercial programs that enable an evolving energy portfolio that includes increased local and regional renewable energy supply, energy storage, increased electrification loads, dispatchable demand response, and the core components of safety, reliability, and economy. Supports tools, data analytics, consumer device options, and operational efficiencies necessary to achieve LPC and City of Longmont goals. Sr KAM: Manages and drives electric utility key account program, including updating program criteria, collecting and analyzing account data, and setting annual program objectives. Manages the relationship with large commercial and industrial customers, offering energy solutions and value-added services in the form of energy efficiency and energy management programs, demand response and DER opportunities, electric capacity considerations, and insights into new energy technologies. Acts as a single point of contact for large commercial customers to ensure they are informed and comply with all applicable service options, tariffs and rules. Manages all commercial customers' operational service-related demands, and delivers on energy efficiency, electric demand, and customer satisfaction targets. Supports commercial programs that enable an evolving energy portfolio that includes increased local and regional renewable energy supply, energy storage, increased electrification loads, dispatchable demand response, and the core components of safety, reliability, and economy. Supports tools, data analytics, consumer device options, and operational efficiencies necessary to achieve LPC and City of Longmont goals. KAM: Duties include, but are not limited to the following: Builds and manages customer relationships with large commercial and industrial customers. Ensures customer commitment on energy efficiency savings projects and demand response programs. Proactively works with customers on rate issues, energy efficiency programs and other electric service/energy related concerns. Presents customized presentations to customers to enhance their understanding of electric rate structures, energy efficiency programs, and demand response/DER opportunities. Responds to customer billing inquiries and infrastructure questions. Is accountable to follow all projects to completion ensuring exceptional customer service. Provides market intelligence, including competitive threats; technical developments; industry trends and the impacts of utility policies, government legislation and greenhouse gas regulation. Proposes strategies, tactics and new program ideas and partners with other staff to enhance the utility's position in a transitioning electric energy market, and advises customers on emerging technologies and alternative energy options. Engages customers in a proactive manner to better understand key energy issues and concerns regarding their energy service. Leads education efforts with customers on complex rate and regulatory processes. Negotiates and executes all required regulatory contracts, agreements and terms of service. Develops financial analyses for customers to assist with customer energy budget projections. Mobilizes customer support for regulatory and legislative initiatives, typically under tight deadlines. Serves critical role by encouraging customers to write support letters and/or participate in utility/efficiency workshops. Provides input to regulatory strategy that reflects commercial concerns surrounding rate issues and proposed tariff changes. Serves as customer liaison to various internal departments including, but not limited to, utility operations and engineering, communications and public affairs, and building services. Organizes internal teams to address specific customer issues and represents customer perspective on infrastructure project development. Organizes and participates in events and activities to engage with and educate commercial customers on electric energy issues. Coordinates commercial services and programs with Platte River Power Authority and other owner communities. Supports information systems for tracking program budgets, expenses, participation levels, energy savings, energy demand reduction, and environmental benefits. Sr KAM: Duties include all those for a KAM as well as the following: Establishes key account program criteria, objectives and metrics, and prepares annual program key indicator outcomes. Manages key account program evolution to support the city’s goal of 100% renewable electric energy supply by 2030 and commercial customer sustainability goals. Maintains information systems for tracking program budgets, expenses, participation levels, energy savings, energy demand reduction, and environmental benefits.  KAM: Bachelor's degree in engineering, business, marketing or equivalent experience and a minimum of 4 years of related work experience. Special Qualifications: Possession of a valid Colorado Driver's License. Use of a cell phone during and after-work hours. Sr KAM: Bachelor's degree in engineering, business, building science, marketing or equivalent experience and a minimum of 8 years of related work experience.. Demonstrated mastery of energy or utility-related field. A Certification in the field, such as Professional Engineer, Certified Energy Manager, LEED professional, or BPI Analyst preferred. Special Qualifications: Possession of a valid Colorado Driver's License. Use of a cell phone during and after-work hours. We’re committed to building a team that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. The City may consider an equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications, and encourages all candidates to apply and help us achieve our goal of creating an inclusive and equitable workplace. Benefits include: Medical, Dental, Vision, Flex Spending, Defined Benefit Pension Plan, 401(a) Money Purchase Plan, Life & Survivor, Term Life & AD&D, Long Term Disability, Bereavement, Jury & Witness Duty, FMLA, Military Leave, Parental and Caregiver Leave, Sick, Vacation at start of employment, Holiday pay, EAP, Tuition Assistance. Other benefits: Optional, employee elected, voluntary benefits are available.
  • Kowloon, Hong Kong, China, Chair Professor/Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in the Department of Systems Engineering [Ref. A/508/03] City University of Hong Kong (CityU) is one of the world’s leading universities, known for innovation, creativity and research.  We are now seeking exceptional scholars to join us as Assistant Professors/Associate Professors/Professors/Chair Professors (on substantiation-track) in all academic fields with special focuses on One Health, Digital Society, Smart City, Matter, Brain, and related interdisciplinary areas.  Research fields of particular interest include, but not limited to: - biomedical science and engineering - veterinary science - computer science and data science - neuroscience and neural engineering - bio-statistics and AI-healthcare - smart/semi-conductor manufacturing - AI/robotics/autonomous systems - aerospace and microelectronics engineering - energy generation and storage - digital business and innovation management - fintech and business analytics - computational social sciences - digital humanities - digital and new media - law and technology - private law - healthy, smart and sustainable cities Successful candidates should have a demonstrated ability to build a world-class research programme related to CityU’s strategic research areas, plus a commitment to education and student mentorship.  Candidates must possess a doctorate in their respective field by the time of appointment. Applications and nominations are invited for the above posts: The Department of Systems Engineering (SYE) aspires to be a centre of excellence in research and education in intelligent systems and smart manufacturing.  According to a recent study by Stanford University, nine of our faculty members were among the top 2% of most highly-cited scientists of the world, reflecting the high academic standard of our faculty and our excellent research performance. SYE is looking for talents in all areas related to systems engineering, including operations research, optimization, reliability and quality, and applications in smart manufacturing.  We are particularly interested in individuals who develop new and creative approaches based on operations research, artificial intelligence, machine/deep learning or similar methodologies, to improve the design and performance of future manufacturing systems. Exceptional young researchers from diverse academic backgrounds with the potential to become world-class scholars and academic leaders will be considered for appointment under the Presidential Assistant Professors Scheme. Successful candidates will receive an attractive and comprehensive package. Duties Teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses, supervise students and undertake scholarly activities (including course development/revamping).  The appointees will also be assigned to take up administrative duties to facilitate the development of the Department, the College and the University. Requirements A PhD in systems engineering or related areas with an excellent research record and strong teaching ability.  Good academic credentials and excellent communication skills are required. Salary and Conditions of Service Remuneration package will be driven by market competitiveness and individual performance.  Excellent fringe benefits include gratuity, leave, medical and dental schemes, and relocation assistance (where applicable).  Initial appointment will be made on a fixed-term contract. Information and Application Further information on the posts and the University is available at http://www.cityu.edu.hk, or from the Department of Systems Engineering, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong (email : sesearch@cityu.edu.hk). To apply, please submit an online application and include a current curriculum vitae through the website: https://www.cityu.edu.hk/hro/en/job/current/administrative.asp?ref=uac-a508.  Nominations can be sent directly to the Department (email: sesearch@cityu.edu.hk).  Applications and nominations will be considered until the positions are filled.   Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted; and those shortlisted for the post of Assistant Professor will be requested to arrange for at least 2 reference reports sent directly by the referees to the Department, specifying the position applied for.  The University's privacy policy is available on the homepage. City University of Hong Kong is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to the principle of diversity. Personal data provided by applicants will be used for recruitment and other employment-related purposes. Worldwide recognition ranking #70 (QS 2024), and #4 among top 50 universities under age 50 (QS 2021); #1 in the World’s Most International Universities (THE 2024); #1 in Automation & Control/Electrical & Electronic Engineering/Materials Science & Engineering/Metallurgical Engineering/Nanoscience & Nanotechnology and #2 in Telecommunication Engineering in Hong Kong (GRAS 2023); and #42 Business School in the World and #5 in Asia (UT Dallas 2018 to 2022)