Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow (Maritime Economics)

Date: 4 Mar 2024

Location: SPECIALTY RESEARCH INST/CTRS, Kent Ridge Campus, SG

Company: National University of Singapore

Job Description

Postdoctoral Researcher in Economics and Computing for Maritime Industry Scenarios

We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Researcher to join our team and contribute to the field of maritime economics. This position involves an in-depth exploration of disruption scenarios involving the interplay between digital technologies and the maritime industry, with a systems thinking approach. The successful candidate will leverage their expertise in economics, computing, and generative machine learning to construct scenarios semi-automatically.

 

Responsibilities:

•             Conduct rigorous research into the impact of digital technologies on the maritime industry.

•             Apply systems thinking methodologies to analyse complex interactions and dependencies.

•             Develop and implement generative machine learning models to generate plausible scenarios.

•             Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of economists, engineers, and maritime experts.

•             Publish findings in reputable journals and present at conferences.

The postdoctoral fellow shall lead the redaction of a large multidisciplinary project proposal.

Qualifications

•             PhD in Economics or a related field with experience, knowledge, or strong interest in maritime economics

•             Experience or strong interest in computing, including programming (Python, R) and generative machine learning techniques.

•             Strong analytical skills and a systemic perspective on problem-solving.

•             Excellent communication abilities for academic writing and presenting.

Join us in unravelling the maritime industry's future by examining it through an economic and computational lens. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge research and influence the strategic integration of digitalisation within the maritime sector.