PhD student positions (under full scholarship) are available at the Institute of Catastrophe Risk Management (ICRM), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, for a project to study both the decision support and the operation control interface of the future by creating digital twins to model and simulate interdependent systems.
The Singapore-ETH Centre (SEC), ETH partnering NTU, NUS, and UIUC has launched Phase II of the Future Resilient Systems (FRS II) Programme. The FRS II Programme aims to develop methods and tools to make infrastructure systems more robust and resilient.
The Institute of Catastrophe Risk Management (ICRM) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore invites applications for two (2) post-doctoral research positions to assist the work on the research project "Evaluation of Natural Catastrophe Impact on the Pearl River Delta (PRD) Region" funded by the SSIJRI.
ICRM is looking for suitably qualified PhD students to undertake research in distributed cognition for social resilience enabled by data science.
ICRM is looking for suitably qualified PhD students to undertake research in Modelling of Critical Infrastructures for Resilience Analysis of High-Density Urban Systems (HDUS).
ICRM is looking for one (1) highly qualified postdoctoral fellows to undertake research in Distributed Cognition Enabled by Data Science.