The researcher will be part of the core team of a large Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) project co-funded by the Luxembourgish Ministry of Economy and the company ExaMotive.
The main mission will be to contribute to develop an Intelligent Urban Mobility Platform that will extend the existing ExaMotive’s Oply car-
sharing platform. The researcher will be mainly responsible for the development of 1) optimal placement strategies and fleet management of the services, 2) intelligent dynamic pricing, 3) personalised incentives for the customers and 4) integration with public transport and other mobility services.
In addition, the researcher will support the supervision of PhD students working on the above directions, and will work in close relation with the RDI team at ExaMotive.
The candidate should have :
The University offers a two-year employment contract and may be extended up to five years. The University offers highly competitive salaries and is an equal opportunity employer.
You will work in an exciting international environment and will have the opportunity to participate in the development of a newly created research Centre.
The University of Luxembourg is ranked within the top 250 universities worldwide and 12th among the Young University Rankings according to the Times Higher Education (THE) 2018-
2019. In its very international environment, the MobiLab team performs research in traffic & transport analysis, planning & management of traffic operations & smart mobility.
The team is led by Prof. Viti and is currently formed by two post docs and eight PhD students. The team is very well known internationally, with many ongoing national and international collaborations with top universities, research centers and industrial partners.
It also collaborates with national stakeholders and policy makers. The researcher will also be part of a public-private-
partnership collaboration with the company ExaMotive , which is specialised in Smart Mobility services, with services currently operating in Germany and the UK.