There will be 2 open Research Fellow positions comining soon, please keep an eye on our website.
Postdocs or final year PhD students with relevant backgrounds in urban mobility, transport planning/urban planning, spatial data science, and urban informatics are strongly encouraged to apply for fellowship schemes (e.g.,MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships,UKRC fellowships) with our support.
- I am looking for 1-2 PhD students each year. If you’re interested, please send me an email with your CV and research proposal. We welcomes inquiries from excellent candidates wishing to pursue research that investigates (but not limited to):
- spatio-social inequality
- spatial AI for urban mobility analysis
- data-driven planning tools
- urban simulation models
- digital justice in developing context
You are encouraged to apply for PhD studentship at UCL, which is highly competitive, though. You can find more information from the below links. China Scholarship Council-UCL Joint Research Scholarship UCL Research Scholarships (GRS and ORS); UCL EPSRC DTP - Open Doctoral Studentships Competition UBEL ESRC Studentships; The Bartlett Promise PhD Scholarship
Visiting scholar’s applications are welcome at any time. Our group hosts 1-2 visitors (students&scholar) per year. The relevant information can be found on the CASA website - Academic Visitors, which is in line with UCL’s Affiliate Academic Scheme
- ERC provides Additional opportunities, as it says - “You can develop your career through public funding linked to ERC projects, even if you do not receive an ERC Grant.”. In particular, you should look at the International Arrangement funding which is available via national funding agencies.
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