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The Faculty of Science of the University of Amsterdam has vacancies for two tenure track positions in Computational Soft Matter. The field of soft condensed …
Do you want to join and contribute to the growing market of electric mobility? Can you help us to improve insight in the user perspective? Will you seize the …
Do you want to join and contribute to the growing market of electric mobility? Can you help us to improve insight in the user perspective? Will you seize the opportunity to deliver a positive impact for our project partners? Are you highly motivated to grow in a dynamic environment?The challenge
We are looking for a researcher in “User Centred Design of Electric Mobility Systems” who researches and designs effective user interactions with applications and systems that unravel and improve mobility for end-users, policymakers and other involved parties. You will be part of the Department of Design, Production and Management, which has a strong background in System Design and User Centred Design. The research is positioned in two European projects and on a day-to-day basis:
In the proEME project (Promoting Electric Mobility in Urban Europe), you will contribute in the following areas:
The eMaaS project (Electric Mobility as a Service) focuses more directly on improving and integrating existing software solutions of our partners. In this project you will accomplish the following:
As an overall research contribution, you will work on developing a framework that allows effective application of user centred design to the broad concept of mobility.
Information and application
For additional information regarding this position, you can contact Steven Haveman, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can submit your application, including a motivation letter and recent CV, before 31 May 2018 using the link below.
You will be appointed for two years within a very stimulating scientific environment. The university offers a dynamic ecosystem with enthusiastic colleagues.