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Two PhD positions on connected-automated vehicle modeling/control/simulation - UMass Lowell

They are looking for two PhD students (with full scholarship) to join a research team at the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell).   Desired research themes include (1) modeling and/or control for connected and automated vehicles, (2) traffic simulation, and (3) traffic-energy-environment interaction,

They are looking for Individuals with:

(1) strong motivation to explore cutting-edge transportation, such as connected vehicles and self-driving vehicles, system control, and simulation; and

(2) good analytic capability and math skills. 

What to expect during PhD and after PhD?

(1) Full freedom to decide your research topics and develop your thesis. 

(2) Flexible, friendly, and inspiring working environment.  Interdisciplinary collaboration with computer science, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. 

(3) Full support to participate transportation meeting/conferences.

(4) Ample opportunities to connect to academia and industry that will help job searching after graduation.

Why UMass Lowell? – It’s located in the big Boston area, one of the most well-developed regions and the easiest places to find a job in the US. Most research conducted is at the cutting-edge, supported by the prestigious National Science Foundation, Department of Transportation, etc. 

If you are interested in the positions please send Assistant Professor Danjue Chen an email with your latest resume.

Dr. Danjue Chen received her Ph.D. (2012) from Georgia Institute of Technology and B.S. (2007) from Peking University (China).  She worked as a postdoc scholar (2012-2013) at California PATH at University of California, Berkeley, and a researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2013-2016). Her research expertise lies in modeling and control of connected and automated vehicles, traffic simulation, heavy-duty trucks and traffic-environment interaction.  For more information, please visit her website. 

Contact Details:

Danjue Chen

Assistant Professor

Civil & Environmental Engineering

University of Massachusetts Lowell

Phone: 978-934-2295

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https://www.uml.edu/Engineering/Civil-Environmental/faculty/Chen-Danjue.aspx

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