3-Year PhD Position in Web-Scraping for Supply Network Analysis
3-Year PhD Position
Part time (30h)
Supply Chain Intelligence Institute Austria
€ 34.500* gross per year
*According to the standard personnel costs and salaries of the Austrian Science Fund FWF
The research institute is dedicated to providing analyses to better address future challenges related to value networks, strategic interdependencies, and ensuring production and supply security. We provide an interdisciplinary and creative environment for open-minded visionaries who want to solve questions regarding the design of more sustainable and resilient supply networks.
3-YEAR PHD POSITION IN WEB-SCRAPING FOR SUPPLY NETWORK ANALYSIS
WE SEARCH FOR
We are looking for an excellent young scientist with a Master’s degree (or equivalent) with a quantitative focus (e.g., data science, computer science, operations research). In your Master’s thesis and previous work, you have successfully shown your skills in automated data collection and web mining. You have the ability to independently carry out data-intensive research and show good programming (e.g., Python, R), modelling and quantitative skills. Knowledge of network science, supply chain management or economics is a plus.
Proficiency in English (written and spoken) is a prerequisite.
We search for critical thinkers that are open-minded, have a collaborative spirit and feel comfortable within an interdisciplinary environment cutting across network science, supply chain management, economics, and complex systems. We encourage you to apply if you are eager to understand supply and production networks on a regional and international level, get your hands on real data and collaborate with industry and policy stakeholders.
A fully funded 3-year PhD position in an exciting research environment at the Supply Chain Intelligence Institute Austria, close collaboration with colleagues from the Complexity Science Hub (CSH) Vienna, the Austrian Economic Research Institute (WIFO) and the Logistikum at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, next to access to a network of world-renowned researchers and a great community of talented, young and motivated PhD and Postdoc researchers. The PhD will be supervised by Peter Klimek. The position is available from June 2023.
Candidates send their application material to info(at)ascii.ac.at with the subject line: “PhD Application Webscraping” until September 2023. Application material includes a CV, list of publications (if any), a copy of the master thesis (or equivalent), a detailed vision letter (What is your vision? What would you like to discover in your future scientific life?) and any additional material showing your mathematical excellence, computational skills, and creativity. Please also include names and full contact addresses of at least one individual that is willing to write a letter of recommendation for you. We especially encourage female candidates to apply.
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- Main contact
- Name: Complexity Science Hub Vienna