Maritime Logistics

Post on 2022 Oct 8th


• A PhD in maritime logistics, transportation, logistics, supply chain management, operations research, international trade, or a related discipline
• In-depth knowledge and proven skills (i.e., publication record) of research in maritime logistics, ocean freight, or related topics
• Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver lectures and class material at graduate level (both Master and Doctoral)
• For consideration at the level of Research-track Assistant/Associate Professor, candidates must have published in international journals and lead/participated in the acquisition of external funding.

Desirable • Familiarity with marine technology, marine economy, port logistics, shipping services, ocean freight, and intelligent transportation
• Teaching experience in maritime logistics, ocean freight, or trade services
• Experience with practice-oriented projects funded by industrial partners

Main Duty and Responsibilities:

• Conducting guided and independent research on maritime logistics and ocean freight (incl. collaboration with researchers in MIT Global SCALE Network)
• Publish in top international journals
• Teaching (assistance) in the degree/executive education program courses
• Assisting and taking leadership in writing manuscripts, research proposals, and meeting with project sponsors
• Support educational and outreach activities, and any other (incl. administrative) duties that may be reasonably assigned by the supervising faculty member

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