Research Engineer, Centre for Applied Socio-Physical Analytics
Closing On 09 Jan 2020
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- Develop, design and implement spatiotemporal algorithms to combine geospatial mobility and land use mix data to develop predictive insights into urban mobility demand
- Extra key features and implement machine-learning based techniques to support automated prediction of urban mobility features
- Assist the overall project team to integrate the developed software components into the unified Web-based analysis platform
- Assist the R&D team with demos at relevant conferences, events and/or trade shows, and in preparation of research manuscripts
- Masters’ degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology or technical engineering disciplines, from a reputable institution of higher learning
- Minimum 6 months of experience on research projects related to spatiotemporal analytics of urban mobility data
- Proven track record in development of spatiotemporal prediction and anomaly detection algorithms (e.g., clustering-based approaches), based on geospatial mobility data
- Proficiency with machine learning and deep learning toolkits and technologies (e.g., Python, PyTorch) is a plus
- Research publications related to urban crowdsourcing and mobility is highly desired
- Self-motivated individual who can work independently and also collaboratively with a small team of colleagues in an academic research environment