Assistant Professor position in Sustainability and Complex Adaptive Systems
- Published: 20 Aug
- Deadline: 16 Oct
- Location: Twente
The Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainable Development (CSTM), University of Twente (UT), the Netherlands, invite applications for an Assistant Professor position in Sustainability and Complex Adaptive Systems. The Assistant Professor will join the CSTM thematic group on Social Complexity of Climate Change and will be embedded within Resilience Research Program of the Behavioural, Management and Social sciences Faculty.
The latter unites researchers from various social sciences with a shared focus on technology and computational methods to explore how individuals, communities, cities or regions withstand, cope, adapt and continue developing in the face of gradual stress or abrupt shocks. The BMS Resilience Research Program does so by using computational methods – data analytics, agent-based modeling, gaming and visualization (see also BMS Tech4people Lab) – as research tools in developing solutions towards the UN Sustainable Development goals.
An ideal candidate will share an emphasis on computational methods and sustainable urban-regional development challenges; candidates with a passion to make a difference in the climate change adaptation and mitigation .
PhD position on Macroeconomic modeling of damage assessments and climate change adaptation
- Published: 7 May
- Deadline: 14 Jun
- Location: Enschede
The successful candidate will work within the SCALAR research team to explore how various economic sectors in different countries are impacted by floods, how bounded rationality and evolutionary economic dynamics may impact damage functions, and how individual climate change adaptation options can be integrated, given behavioral biases and economic feedbacks.
During this 4-year long project, the PhD student will build up on existing CGE models and flood damage assessments, and extend them further by introducing climate adaptation decisions of households and businesses by linking to agent-based modeling.
4TU Resilience Fellowship programme
- Published: 30 April 2020
- Deadline: 30 May 2020
- Location: Twente, Delft, Eindhoven, Wageningen
The 4TU Resilience Fellowship programme has three categories: Young Resilience Fellows, Resilience Fellows and Resilience Ambassadors. Fellows are selected by the participating universities (see call for proposals). Ambassadors are appointed by the Scientific Steering Group.
The call for proposals for (Young) Resilience Fellows is open until May 30, 2020. When preparing your application, please consider the following requirements:
- You need to have at least 3 years of post-graduate experience (as PhD researcher or practitioner).
- You need to prepare your proposal in consultation with one or more 4TU RE researchers.
- When submitting your application, please put your 4TU RE key contact person in cc.
- The hosting period should be completed within one year of the approval of your application.